Rumours abound in the press that Corbyn might be felling the pressure. Not helped by his key advisor going out in a blaze of criticism and this:
Public satisfaction with Jeremy Corbyn:
via @IpsosMORI, 13 - 16 Sep
Mike E wrote: Frank, you and your percentages
The man has to go, just watched him on Andrew Marr, just so vague. The phrase 'talk about fiddling while Rome burns'.
Frank_Butcher wrote: Seems appropriate to bump this back up now.
Would be good to give someone like Lisa Nandy a chance - I always find her engaging and sensible.
But I suspect it will come from the current inner circle with Long-Bailey as favourite.
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