When it comes to Brexit, Labour is caught between a rock and a hard place. With both the party and its electoral base divided, and passions running high on both sides, it simply can’t match the clarity of Theresa May’s pitch for a mandate to push through a hard Brexit. So it alternates between trying to triangulate this impossible position, and trying to refocus debate onto the domestic agenda.
Great article, shows that one needs to break free-trade down into its components in order to really get to the root of its problems.
Source: What Would It Look Like to Build a Politics That’s Open to People But Closed to Big Money? | By Christine Berry | Common Dreams