If a democracy cannot change its mind, then it stops being a democracy.
Nicholas Barrett

Your comment rather contradicts itself — you suggest that history rewards those who stand up for what they believe in, but then suggest that Labour should fear Brexit because the Tories will get in eventually.

Brexit, in fact, would rather liberate a bold Labour party — one which might like to use EVERY means at it’s disposal to produce a properly sustainable economy — from capital controls to wealth taxes, from PQE to gold-standard environmental and employment protections — not just accept the bare-minimum offered by the EU (and enforced by the cynically TINA ECJ).

And I have to ask, where is your evidence that the single market has made the majority of Labour voters richer — it’s demonstrably not been the case for the last decade — and for far too many much longer than that.