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2. Jeremy Corbyn is starting to look almost as alienated from his
party/grassroots as PM May. A recent poll by YouGov showed that 79% of Labour
voters believe in hindsight that Britain was wrong to vote to leave the EU. In
the face of party pressure to back a second vote, and despite a strong Remain
bias among party supporters, Corbyn's Labour is resisting attempts to
delay/reverse Brexit. It is almost as if he is emulating the PMs approach to
leadership I.e. ignoring core supporters and going with his own agenda.