The Labour party in particular were keen to tell the country what they wanted out of Brexit after months of criticism about what their stance was.
Mr Corbyn committed his party to staying in a customs union, seemingly putting his party on a clearer footing.
But polling has suggested that voters are still not exactly sure what Labour are saying about Britain’s exit from the EU.
In fact, Mr Corbyn’s big Brexit speech has actually made things more confusing.
According to a YouGov survey, just 18% of people think Labour’s Brexit policy is ‘clear’ – a DROP of four points from the previous figure of 22%.
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Worse still for Labour, those who believe their Brexit policy is ‘confusing’ has increased by four points to 59%.
Mrs May tried to heal the rift between Remainers and Leavers in her own party by admitting not everyone would get what they wanted.
And while Tories may cheer that those who think their Brexit policy is ‘clear’ has jumped four points to 29%, this still represents fewer than a third of voters knowing exactly what the Government wants.
More positively for the Tories, 36% of people support Mrs May’s approach, while just 21% of voters back Mr Corbyn’s position.