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It was perfectly sensible for Jeremy Corbyn, at this morning’s launch of Labour’s European parliamentary elections campaign, to focus, not on Brexit itself, but on jobs, trade, workers’ rights and the environment. Just because few of his audience (at least, those beyond the hall) will base their votes on such issues doesn’t mean he should forget all about them.

And politically speaking, it makes sense for the Labour leader to try to drag everyone’s focus away from his own party’s divisions over Brexit policy and towards stuff that everyone in Labour can agree on. Alas, it was a futile endeavour. As the question and answer session showed, journalists only want to focus on what a Labour vote will...

It was perfectly sensible for Jeremy Corbyn, at this morning’s launch of Labour’s European parliamentary elections campaign, to focus, not on Brexit itself, but on jobs, trade, workers’ rights and the environment. Just because few of his audience (at least, those beyond the hall) will base their votes on such issues doesn’t mean he should forget all about them.

And politically speaking, it makes sense for the Labour leader to try to drag everyone’s focus away from his own party’s divisions over Brexit policy and towards stuff that everyone in Labour can agree on. Alas, it was a futile endeavour. As the question and answer session showed, journalists only want to focus on what a Labour vote will...

It was perfectly sensible for Jeremy Corbyn, at this morning’s launch of Labour’s European parliamentary elections campaign, to focus, not on Brexit itself, but on jobs, trade, workers’ rights and the environment. Just because few of his audience (at least, those beyond the hall) will base their votes on such issues doesn’t mean he should forget all about them.

And politically speaking, it makes sense for the Labour leader to try to drag everyone’s focus away from his own party’s divisions over Brexit policy and towards stuff that everyone in Labour can agree on. Alas, it was a futile endeavour. As the question and answer session showed, journalists only want to focus on what a Labour vote will...

It was perfectly sensible for Jeremy Corbyn, at this morning’s launch of Labour’s European parliamentary elections campaign, to focus, not on Brexit itself, but on jobs, trade, workers’ rights and the environment. Just because few of his audience (at least, those beyond the hall) will base their votes on such issues doesn’t mean he should forget all about them.

And politically speaking, it makes sense for the Labour leader to try to drag everyone’s focus away from his own party’s divisions over Brexit policy and towards stuff that everyone in Labour can agree on. Alas, it was a futile endeavour. As the question and answer session showed, journalists only want to focus on what a Labour vote will...