It doesn't sound right as it's contradictory, as well as implying that a fallacy has reversed direction.That doesn't sound right to me. I hope you're wrong
Remainers will be allowed in, of course they will, but as much as I want it (as you well know), labour should not be being vocal about rejoining the EU. Or not doing anything which will allow the press to stir up the immigration race/ hate pot, whcih they're constantly trying to do.
Everyone with at least half a brain knows we need closer ties to the EU and less friction, and knows Labour and the Tories (if they want to win), will both have to push for better terms with the EU, yet neither will want to talk about it.
There may be signs Sunak is softening up by kicking cruella out, and bringing in "remainer Dave", so this will hopefully give Labour some leeway to soften up too. I said ages ago Sunak would soften up compared to the previous two clowns (to get centre votes), but wondered when the timing of that would be, looks like it's starting. It's like they've intentionally dug a trough to the floor with voter confidence, so they can start to climb up, odd tactic, but I do expect them to climb a bit.