Cross-party discussions have uncovered Corbyn's proposals as more viable for the U.K, maintaining trading relations, escaping EU jurisdiction whilst ensuring dynamic alignment, this honours the result of the referendum, makes our £40bn more worthwhile, and moreover has been branded as 'promising' by the EU.
I'm no fan of Corbyn, however May has proved to be hopeless in the negotiations, I'm sure the public would be more content leaving on WTO terms rather than the current soft-Brexit Limbo on the table!
WTO is the default that happens if no deal is achieved by the end of March.
Corbyn's policies are irrelevant as he is unable to win an election. Even the majority of his own MPs agree that he is unsuitable to be Prime Minister.
Eh? Corbyn wants to stay in the customs union. This ties us to Europe and their legislation. From a Brexit point of view, it is worse than May's deal.