Following the general election débacle, what’s next for the Labour party? They need a new leader, obviously, and if any sense is brought to bear this will happen sooner and not later (in other words, Corbyn sitting around for a couple of months or whatever for no clear purpose shouldn’t happen).
But who should the new leader be? And is it just the leader that should change? There will, naturally, be any number of people holding forth on these very questions and many others, each and every one with their own particular take on it.
Rather than be one of those people, for the time being at least, I’ll content myself with posting a link to an article by Gary Younge that I says a lot of what I think. Beyond that, I reckon the next Labour leader should be either Angela Rayner or Rebecca Long-Bailey.