I’m inclined to agree, with the proviso that attempting a renegotiation from the position of a) impossible asks (e.g. UK in CU but a say in EU trade deals, benefits of SM without responsibilities of the SM); &b) that you may not back the deal you get, will not make EU27 amenable.
Those are ultimately political problems for Labour rather than for the rest of us though.
As @StevePeers pointed out tonight, it’s not clear at all that having Corbyncampaign fo Remain would be a particular advantage, while most Labour MPs presumably still would.
The important thing for Remainers should not be whether Corbyn or Labour collectively are “true remainers” (whatever TF that means), but that they would (have) acted to avoid No Deal and would take us to a referendum.
Without that, our chances would be non-existent, but that is their policy now.
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