JEREMY Corbyn sparked conflict yesterday by observant Labour would not retard another Scottish autonomy referendum.
He pronounced Westminster should not stop Nicola Sturgeon’s try to rip a United Kingdom apart.
Then leftie trainer doubled down after his right-hand male John McDonnell pronounced it was not for a “English Parliament” to stop an indyref2.
Mr Corbyn pronounced he does not consider another referendum “is a good idea”.
But he added: “It’s not adult to Parliament to retard it.”
His difference directly protest a party’s possess personality in Scotland, Richard Leonard, who pronounced Labour will not behind another vote.
Ian Murray, a Labour MP for Edinburgh South – a outspoken censor of Mr Corbyn – said: “Jeremy contingency know that it’s Richard Leonard and a Scottish Labour Party that creates a process and not him.”
Scottish Tory emissary personality Jackson Carlaw said: “Simply put, Jeremy Corbyn has surrendered on a second autonomy referendum.
“Both he and John McDonnell are scheming to palm Nicola Sturgeon a referendum she wants in sell for SNP support for a Labour Government.”
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