Beren wrote:With all due respect I'm just daring ask Corbynites to be serious, self-critical, responsible and try to put the party before themselves this dark time.
Less of the melodrama, Tony Blair.
What is there to be self-critical about? Labour's position on Brexit is what lost them the election. That, and attacks from all over the establishment, it's media, intel, military, the empire and its powerful vassal states that Corbyn spoke of not selling weapons to, etc.
How is voting for a non-leftwing leader putting the party before the majority leftwing membership?
I'm also sorry for being so much frustrated and worried about the Labour party after last week's historic disaster they suffered under Corbyn's brilliant leadership that must be continued at all costs.
Corbyn won more than Blair, Brown and Miliband did in previous elections.
Labour lost because of adopting a second ref on Brexit position, something pushed onto him by the Blairites, including Blair and Alistair Campbell, who now are crying crocodile tears when they should be sat in pain somewhere in a torture prison that nobody knows the location of.
As for brilliant leadership, imagine how much more brilliant it could've been if he wasn't attacked by pretty much everyone that wasn't a socialist. And if Labour did so badly, it's a wonder why so many are going hard for Corbyn's job right now...