With his party getting an absolute pasting in the local elections and all the pointers being to a CON landslide on June 8th I wonder quite how history is going to judge Labour’s leader, Mr. Corbyn.
An hour or so ago I posted a Tweet to that effect. This is it and here are some of the responses.
Just you wait! Once the rallies really get going it's all going to change.
— Ian Smart (@ianssmart) May 5, 2017
#Corbyn will be judged to be a political Narcissus who put love of leadership for which he was unsuited before his party's prospects.
— David Head (@DavidHeadViews) May 5, 2017
Surely more than a footnote. The man who played a key part in making Brexit possible, then ushered in a Tory govt committed to hard Brexit
— Stephen Moss (@StephenMossGdn) May 5, 2017
A thick bloke surrounded by extremists and supported by inadequates
— ForgottenGenius (@ExStrategist) May 5, 2017
Much like JC – misunderstood in his time ?
— J (@CifrLXXXVI) May 5, 2017
The man who destroyed Labour because he was too much of a parasite to join the SWP. An incompetent, unpleasant ego with fossilised views
— Robbie Williams Still hates Brexit (@RobWilliams100) May 5, 2017
a lot of people blame him for the demise of labour but milliband changes rules that got Corybin job
— The Lamma Farmer (@DataDadUK) May 5, 2017
Except for the extraordinary accomplishment of destroying the Labour Party as an electoral force, possibly for a generation.
— Timothy Weaver (@tprweaver) May 5, 2017
A pound shop Michael Foot, but without the intellect, morals and political oratory skills of Michael Foot.
— Gazmo1980 (@gamorrice) May 5, 2017
I'm not sure it'll bother
— Alex James (@alexjhurley) May 5, 2017