Registered On: September 7, 2015
Yes, because everyone against Corbyn can’t be honest. When the polling backs it up, I see no reason to doubt. When Labour saw a plunge in support after the Skripal incident and pathetic apologia, I see no reason to doubt. When his ratings as leader were well into the minuses, I see no reason to doubt. Of course the opposition had to have a leader who was more well liked, and his mantra around Brexit did help, but even if Labour had a better Brexit strategy people still wouldn’t have wanted to vote for them because of Corbyn.
Corbyn was a media laughing stock at least in part because he was a laughing stock. Labour won’t have a chance of winning an election while he continuously causes issue over the fallout from anti-Semitism and his allies keep trying to sway it to their favour against the current party direction. Corbynism was trounced, it’s time to move on. Starmer has tried to get the moving on stage into action, while not letting consequences slip for those who need such for their actions, it’s time for everyone else to and let Corbyn and his acolytes face some responsibility for once.