- Sat Sep 12, 2015 11:32 am
What I said a few months ago - about Labour needing to be far more ruthless with their leaders - applies to Corbyn as well, landslide or no landslide. He's got the benefit of the doubt from me for the next two years. If, by then, there aren't clear indications that he is making major headway in the polls, then I'm afraid he's out. I'd be saying exactly the same thing if it were Kendall, Cooper, or Burnham.
I suspect the Scottish elections next May will make or break his leadership.
"Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet" - Jean-Jacques Rousseau