Fears and hopes of how a Corbyn victory will change British politics | Politics | The Guardian

According to Steve Hilton, Cameron’s former head of strategy, Corbyn’s answers may be wrong, but many of his questions are right. Hilton argues that instead of patronising his supporters, the insular ruling elite and their allies in big business and big finance should realise they are the cause of Corbyn.

Source: Fears and hopes of how a Corbyn victory will change British politics | Politics | The Guardian

This article published in the Guardian looks at the reaction from different expert commentators examining fears and hopes.

Of coursing, asking awkward questions is the role of an effective opposition leader but providing effective policy and leadership are required of a head of government.

I expect the ruling elite and big business to be worried by the risks of popular Corbynism.

Thoughts?

: Jeremy Corbyn wins Labour leadership: international reaction – Telegraph

Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The right-leaning Telegraph examines how international media outlets have reacted to the news that Jeremy Corbyn won the Labour leadership by a landslide with a mixture of alarm and bemusement.

Source: Jeremy Corbyn wins Labour leadership: international reaction – Telegraph

This is an excellent snap poll of world media reaction to Corbyn.

In the coming months it will be interesting to watch carefully whether alarm or bemusement prevails in the world’s opinion of UK politics?

Thoughts?