The problem with politics in this country is that there has been a big shift to the right.
I hear people talking about Cameron as if he was a Liberal and the Tories as if they are a middle of the road party.
Since the rise of UKIP, and the Brexit vote, as well as the Liberals becoming a joke party, there is no party for people who want a centre left option.
We have a situation where it's UKIP or the virtually unchallenged Tories, and this means they can pretty much do what they like, because there is no viable opposition.
It doesn't matter how much sense Corbyn talks, or that he could make the country fairer, the fact is, he is unelectable.
As much as I didn't like Blair, he was exactly what we needed after successive Conservative Governments and the greed culture, and although he turned into a control; freak he was electable, and took the middle ground rather than the left, which not many wanted.
Corbyn will never be Prime Minister, simply because he is tarnished with the same brush that Livingstone, Foot, Harman etc were, by the media, and unless Labour get a more charismatic leader, with more centre left policies, they are going to see more losses like they just have.