I'll keep this short.
The outrage towards Jeremy Corbyn is somewhat ludicrous. I voted Remain, I campaigned hard for Remain, despite having multiple reservations about the bureaucrats in Brussels, I still felt I could trust them to uphold the rights of British people a damn sight more than a Tory government that's hell-bent on destroying your NHS, cutting £3 billion from the schools budget by 2020, punishing the poorest and most vulnerable in our society and not particularly keen on you actually having any human rights.
But we lost. Reverse the results for one moment: Iain Duncan Smith says we need another referendum because people didn't understand what they were voting for he first time round. What would you say to Iain? Two words, first word four letters, second word is off.
The internal rows in the Tory Party which led to Cameron caving in are not the fault of Jeremy Corbyn. Ed Miliband's Labour getting obliterated at the 2015 general election was not the fault of Jeremy Corbyn. The result of June 23rd 2016 was not the fault of Jeremy Corbyn. The Tory majority was always going to be enough. We all know that, no matter how much some want to cling on to it as a beating stick to use against the Labour leader.
I think Labour will see a recovery in the polls as the reality of Brexit kicks in. In 2 years time, people will still see their public services on the brink, assuming they haven't already gone over the edge. Ordinary voters will see more and more letters from their childrens school, asking for donations so they can fund essential equipment such as pens, pencils, exercise books. They will be waiting longer and longer in A&E, the social care sticking plaster will have come unstuck. Theresa May's supposed "shared society" will be the scared society, for may of us, it already is.
I'll finish off with Jeremy Corbyn.
Anyone that thinks Jeremy Corbyn, a man that's had to fight his own anti-democratic party machine to become elected leader, twice, would take an anti-democratic stance on Brexit clearly doesnt understand what Jeremy Corbyn stands for.
I don't agree with Jeremy Corbyn on everything, but this one, he's got right. I believe in democracy and I believe this Tory government will take a nasty fall in a couple of years time. Now, you can either spend every day blaming Corbyn for everything from the state of his front garden to the signing of Article 50, or you can try having a go at the government of today. The government that has doubled rough sleeping, cut your NHS to the bone, cut school funding, led to thousands of deaths relating to the Work Capability Assessment, been slammed by The United Nations for its violations of the rights of disabled people. Do I really need to go on?