In this excellent article, the Guardian argues that the a new expert publication, the ‘UK in a Changing Europe‘ called the last six months the most tumultuous political period since the second world war.
I broadly agree with the article but Labour MPs have brought it upon themselves. They permitted the hard-left to instal Jeremy Corbyn and his cronies, ignoring the concerns and fears of traditional Labour voters. Worse still, many Labour MPs voted ‘Remain’ but they are now too weak with no political backbone to fight for their convictions and address the fears of the 48%.
Although I have been a ‘one-national conservative’ all my life, I have long admired the achievements of the Labour Party.
It’s like the Labour Party has an aggressive cancer. Unless the cancer can be removed by radical treatment, the prognosis is a slow and painful death.