I'm a supporter of Corbyn and as a Labour Pary member I voted for his nomination as leader. I'm just stating a fact, He is over. Today 11 Labour MP's resigned.from his cabinet, probably a Blairite plot but that's how it is and some of the resigness where as left-wing as he was, not Blairites. He may survive it but I doubt it. His campaign was inneffectual. I watched it.
The EU is not a 'neo-liberal project' it is one of the few remaining bastions of resistance against it, hence the capsizing of TTIP by Europeans (not the American left, such as it is, who did fuck all) . The EU has been infiltrated by neo-liberals as has everywhere on the planet, but is better coped to expunge them than other places. You want to see neo-liberalism you watch Britain now we have left and how those who engineered Brexit, the neo-liberal right of the Conservative party, tear up the EU 'red tape' they so despise, by which they mean environmental protection legislation, worker's rights protection legislation, and so forth. Tory employment minister Priti Patel has already said the first thing she wants to do upoon leaving the EU is 'tear up half the employment regulations' so we can be well on the way to a nation a zero-hours contract slavery.You're as duped as all those British working class voters who were tricked into voting against their own self-interwst. If you want to get a clue what is going on here, at least pay attention to articles by leftist writers on CD who actually live in the EU.