Whoever this shamed and lamed and badly wounded party choose to lead them out of their abyss of despair and rejection then that person will fail miserably to gain any respect from the public they all failed.
The party was rejected out of hand and will now have a momentous task ahead of it to recover any viability.
And If there does happens to be another early election they would undoubtedly get another severe and deserved drubbing.
So it looks like at least another decade before labour will even have the remotest chance of forming a party that sensible people will accept.
There is something to look forward to though... severe doses of austerity along with plenty of street protests all engineered by rabble rousing so called left wing trouble making bewildered activists, who if you asked some of them they wouldn’t know what day of the week it was.
Nigel Farage is right in remaining as the leader of UKIP, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband should have remained leaders of their parties also instead of racing off like whipped dogs.
Redtelecaster to Bigrunner There's such a thing as honour and decency.
Sadly, Nigel possesses neither. Just sheer greed and ego.
Bigrunner to RedTelecaster
Deserting a sinking ship does not amount to honesty and decency.
phip to Bigrunner
Talking of guts.......when did Chicken Dave leave his bunker ?
Bigrunner to phip
Your upset...you’ll get over it soon, but for Labour it may take quite