I think most people are ignoring me, so not expecting much of a reply. Can someone explain why left leaning members on this forum, since Brexit, have been making the strongest and sometimes very aggressive arguments that… 1. It has been undesirable for Brexit to raise the working mans wages, because 2. it will lead to inflation (in order to pay reasonable wages - a very reasonable observation, but traditionally an excuse of the right, rather than an argument of the left). 3. The tories are thieving robber barons for raising taxes to mitigate the cost of furlough, the uplift, etc., following COVID. 4. Corporate interests should be put before the interests of UK workers (access to cheap labour through free movement). 5. Worst of all, the left, on here, have suggested that the UK exploit low paid EU workers, and reserve high skilled work for the British (ubermench?) as an ongoing national policy. How can such an abomination of extreme nationalism seriously be put forward by the left, and not expect the strongest of criticism? Whilst the right have been calling for an end to the exploitation of cheap labour an increase in workers wages, and an acceptance of the fact the books must be balanced. Please can someone explain how this has happened? And why people on the left, these days, seem to have so many unpleasant and extreme right wing views? That galvanise the right into pleading for moderation. This is a serious question. Why is the left making arguments for the exploitation of workers, decrying the use of taxes to help pay for supporting the population during COVID, and siding with big business, and even creeping into the realms of Nationalism? All these arguments can be found, posted by left leaning members and challenged by right leaning members, on this forum. This query is legitimate.