My UKIP jibe was made with tongue firmly in cheek, but it does highlight Labour's biggest flaw (in my eyes) - their pro-Brexit stance. I like what you say and if I thought that was how it would play out then I'd have no qualms whatsoever about voting for Labour in my LAB/CON marginal. However, if, as expected, Labour's manifesto states firmly that there will NOT be a second referendum, do you really think they'll be able to do a 180 and end up holding a second referendum if they do end up partnering up with the Libs, SNP & Greens? If they go with the hard Brexit line in their manifesto I dont think they'll be able to do anything else if by some miracle they do end up in power.
use a smiley next time ya daft pillock
The fact is, the SNP and Lib Dems will make renegotiating Brexit a condition of a coalition. Of course, the SNP will also demand a second independence referendum, which they will undoubtedly win, regardless of Brexit. After Scotland goes, there will be next to no chance of Labour ever forming a government ever again.
If Corbyn refuses to negotiate on Brexit, it exposes him as the Euro sceptic we all know him to be. It will also expose his idiocy that he refuses to take power because he refuses to compromise - something else we all know about him, but his fan boys and girls at large tend to have a blind spot over.
He wont go unless his core support collapses. A hung Parliament is the best way, possibly last way, of getting these people to see him for what he really is.