Extraordinary how so many people on here are saying Corbyn as next PM is inevitable.We have a GE, and more people vote Labour than Tory....
I'd like somebody to explain the rational process behind it, because its not going to happen.
Looks like we're leaving the single market and customs union. The only question is whether there's any transitional arrangements and if so how long they last.
I think Corbyn > Miliband possibly. (In the campaign)Remarkably, Clegg > Farron, Miliband > Corbyn, Salmond > Sturgeon, Cameron > May, and Farage > Nuttall.Fuck me!!! This is pretty unwatchableI think Farron is hopeless, out of his depth and will likely do worse than Clegg. I have noticed Clegg has been doing more of the interviews recently and he is in a different league to Farron. I know this is fatal for a politician but I actually feel sorry for him as he seems a reasonable person but he just does not cut the mustard.
Has this ever been the case before at an election? Where all the major parties have a leader worse than the one previous? (Apart from, maybe, the Greens...)