Corbyn loses VoteWatch
Absolute turmoil in the Labour party.
How can you not have expected that since the shadow cabinet genocide earlier this week? Don't think he's been very popular ever really.
There would be other conditions: they'd have to support taking the railways into public ownership; they'd have to give assurances that they won't yet again get into a competition with the Conservatives over who can bash immigrants and welfare claimants the most; they'd have to support democracy in the workplace and workers' co-operatives; they'd have to be highly sceptical of military interventions.
If there's a candidate out there who can meet those conditions, I would support them.
Corbyn has to be on the ballot for this to happen, though, which is why a leadership election is the best outcome now. I highly doubt that the Parliamentary Labour Party will find a candidate who would meet members' approval (i.e. meeting many if not all of the above conditions), particularly as they've reverted back to their sneering, negative campaigning instead of actually working on finding a positive alternative to Jeremy Corbyn. But, if they do, I would give them my support.
We really need a decent opposition to hold the government to account. British politics at the moment is so rubbish, just no talent. Worrting that such people are going to have even more power.