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As a Conservative voter I hope Corbyn stays as leader for a long time.

He's got as much chance of winning a general election as I do.
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I can't remember where I read this, but it was probably on here, to paraphrase:
Corbyn's leadership of Labour has two consequences:
1) keeping the dream alive of a socialist future
2) maintaining the Tory party rule

If those protestors truly want Labour to have a future, they'd be asking Corbyn to do the right thing.
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I really want to support him, I think he's a really great guy and I'm very worried about who would replace him. But I'm concerned that he's lost the favour of the public...
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He's a nice guy and stands up for a lot of Labour's original values, but I just don't think he can win the general election, especially in the current political climate.
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I like his values and what he stands for ,but he cant win tbh.
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(Original post by drowzee)
He's a nice guy and stands up for a lot of Labour's original values, but I just don't think he can win the general election, especially in the current political climate.
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Labour public love him. Labour MPs hate him.

Tories love him in charge.
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(Original post by drowzee)
He's a nice guy and stands up for a lot of Labour's original values, but I just don't think he can win the general election, especially in the current political climate.
That is because people like you are doubting him. Imagine if all his doubters voted for him then he a pretty good chance of winning
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(Original post by Duncan2012)
Labour public love him. Labour MPs hate him.

Tories love him in charge.
Labour MPs are idiots they prefer Blair leading them and other idiots
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I really want to support him, I think he's a really great guy and I'm very worried about who would replace him. But I'm concerned that he's lost the favour of the public...
Don't worry it is only the MPs using scare mongering by resigning keep supporting!!
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(Original post by MildredMalone)
I can't remember where I read this, but it was probably on here, to paraphrase:
Corbyn's leadership of Labour has two consequences:
1) keeping the dream alive of a socialist future
2) maintaining the Tory party rule

If those protestors truly want Labour to have a future, they'd be asking Corbyn to do the right thing.
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Support Corbyn and that is people trying to get others against him
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Labour MPs are idiots they prefer Blair leading them and other idiots
Yeah, because they actually want to get into power to make things happen... how dare they.
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Labour MPs are idiots they prefer Blair leading them and other idiots
Only because they want to stand a chance of getting back in government. As long as Corbyn is there they know they'll be in opposition for a decade.
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Only because they want to stand a chance of getting back in government. As long as Corbyn is there they know they'll be in opposition for a decade.
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Yeah, because they actually want to get into power to make things happen... how dare they.
No Corbyn can win actually. Do you really think the same people will vote for labour with someone like Blair? They lost trust in the party actually. Now there is Corbyn so there is new supporters
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No Corbyn can win actually. Do you really think the same people will vote for labour with someone like Blair? They lost trust in the party actually. Now there is Corbyn so there is new supporters
Not net there isn't.

They've lost millions of votes and gained a few hundred thousand.

Until Labour find a way to win back Scotland they'll never win a General. Corbyn does not have the appeal to win over the majority of centrists in this country in the swing seats.

As long as Corbyn is in charge Labour will not win. It is that simple.
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Not net there isn't.

They've lost millions of votes and gained a few hundred thousand.

Until Labour find a way to win back Scotland they'll never win a General. Corbyn does not have the appeal to win over the majority of centrists in this country in the swing seats.

As long as Corbyn is in charge Labour will not win. It is that simple.
Well who is a better candidate? Conservatives will just win again then.
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Well who is a better candidate? Conservatives will just win again then.
At this point, almost anybody else...

And that's fine. If Labour are happy to guarantee Conservative rule then they can carry on.
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At this point, almost anybody else...

And that's fine. If Labour are happy to guarantee Conservative rule then they can carry on.
What is wrong with conservatives
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He's a nice guy and stands up for a lot of Labour's original values, but I just don't think he can win the general election, especially in the current political climate.
Yep, and sadly I think it would require him compromising on some of his principles and values for him to have any chance of with a GE, and I'm not sure he's going to do that, I'll happily support him in a GE as I like his honesty and his general principles, but I just don't see him winning the necessary votes in a GE and he'll continue to be absolutely torn apart by the media and the ruthless Tories. Nothing about him suggests he's going to be the next PM and as a politician I find him a bit naive and incompetent really, for example, he doesn't like personality politics, but whether he likes it or not, personality politics is the reality of politics these days, especially if you come up against Boris Johnson, policies and principles will never win an election alone.
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