Agree.i think he’s Labours version of Theresa May. Just a really awkward, uncharismatic leader.
Have no idea. The left last campaign with RLB was complete dog shit and there isn't anyone who really stands out atm. The reasons I liked Corbyn leadership where foreign policy relate and no one in the labour party comes close to him on this. Also the failure of getting any reforms in the Labour Party and very standard social democracy getting destroyed has got me feeling pretty bleak about any electoral politics.Out of interest if he stepped down who would you have replace him? (You can’t choose Corbyn)
I guess I would maybe support any candidate that is interested in promoting some level of party democracy or even someone who's thinking about the structural issues in UK politics. I'm not a fan of Clive Lewis but at least his plan of labour running on electoral reform makes some sense. Also while I'm not a massive fan of this type of politics, it's pretty dreadful that Labour have yet to have someone who isn't a white guy as leader.
Although 1) The left can't win and 2)We've known this for the best part of a decade and it doesn't make a difference to a lot of people.Yeah, if there's a silver lining of the current Labour disaster it's that at least it's shown that this mythical 'electable' centrist strategy just doesn't work in 2021.
“Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will''.I could be entirely wrong though, probably am. It's all a bit crap at the moment and I don't envisage it getting any better for the next five to ten years.