About Brexit. This is just my opinion. But he wanted to remain and he was disappointed with the result. He stated his position was to remain and I don't apportion any of the blame to him for what happened, although admittedly that may be because of me own bias. I'm not going to throw figures around to try to convince anyone because with something as abstract as this, you can pull anything from anywhere to support your view. I'm just saying what I believe. I know he has been critical of the EU in the past, but it is deserving of criticism. It doesn't logically follow that he wants the country to leave.
The backlash he got over Brexit truly dismayed me because I felt he was one of a few treating the electorate with any degree of respect. And he continues to. Some people (not saying you) may want their party leader to join in with the Tory scaremongering about wars and lies about funding the NHS, but I don't.
As for a GE, a lot can happen between now and then. I do wonder how different things could have been by now if the party had rallied behind him. And if they were able to carry that momentum into a GE, I don't see why they couldn't make a fucking good go of it.
Instead, this mess.