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Half the Ministers on the Brexit Committee are Leavers. So half of them aren't. Half.
She never wanted it, and she will now do absolutely anything in order to stop it, because she has no idea what she wants to come after it.Whereas Corbyn is surrounded by people who have been planning a post-Brexit Britain in the most precise detail for, in some cases, 40 years. Their plans are fully formed, and they are ready to be put to the electorate.
Put to the electorate following the replacement of all the Blairite MPs with candidates from within the world that has been working on this for 40 years.
There was never supposed to be an afterwards. The referendum result was the end in itself. They have no idea what to do now, not a Scooby-Doo. Whereas as you say the Left has been planning this in the utmost detail since for ever.
Not even the result. The mere holding of the referendum was the end in itself. After that, UKIP and its fellow-travellers have no idea what they are supposed to be for, and they may not in fact be for anything at all.Even if one accepts that actual Brexit was important to them, it was not, unlike the immemorial left-wing opposition to the EU, motivated by the desire for anything else in particular.
The whole Government changed after the referendum result. The new Foreign Secretary had at most pretended to be a Brexiteer. The new Prime Minister (elected unopposed), the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, the new Home Secretary, and the new Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary had all been openly for Remain. It was and is like the referendum never happened.
Leadsom put out to graze, out completely in the next reshuffle. Gove sacked. The Tory Right is in as bad a shape as the Labour Right.