This article by Jonathan Freedland captures so many of my post-election thoughts and feelings. I worry enormously about the next five years. But if those five years are not to become ten, or fifteen, we need a proper, credible opposition Labour Party back. Corbynism – not just Corbyn – must go.
Labour have to become a broad church again. They’ve ironically – in practice – become a party for the few not the many. They have to find a way to value power over radicalism. Otherwise, what’s the point of them, unless as little more than a political pressure group?
The worrying question is: just how many more years of Tory rule will it take for Labour to set themselves up as a party that could win again?