Dr Alf is correct, the current Labour party have conflicting policies and are not being led by the man who is supposedly in charge.
Policies on defence, immigration and economics are at odds with what the public wants, and what the public voted for.
The public want a benefit cap and a much more stringent approach to dole bludgers, yet Corbyn persists in the fantasy that says we can spend more money than we have, despite the fact that the true deficit is approaching £2 trillion GBP and worker productivity is 20th in the world, and our exports a fraction of what they need to be.
The Labour leadership is in turn split between those who agree with Corbyn’s “Voodoo economics” and those who are more sensible.
Corbyn does not get the secret defense briefings and is not being permitted by the Queen to be a full Privy Council member, which means that he has been voted in as Labour leader but is not recognised by her as a full leader of the Opposition.
He will in the end be replaced or sidelined by the cunning and untrustworthy Hilary Benn, or one of the others waiting in the wings, with their daggers ready to be plunged figuratively into “Dave Spart’s” back.
My money is on Umunna who plots and plans to take advantage of the confusion, rather than Benn whose ambition is naked and whose contempt towards Corbyn and his like oozes from his very being.