rjsterry wrote:The various political commentators on Twitter are going nuts for Stewart. Gushing would be a good description. James O'Brien reckons he would "annihilate" Corbyn in a GE, but everyone seems to agree that his party will reject him. I guess they aren't interested in winning.
Edit: now that he's read the Labour motion he's decided he won't vote for it, so he won't need to be sacked.
Also, some interesting reporting that some no-dealers are supporting Johnson because they think he'll make that happen and at the same time he's picking up supporters who think he definitely won't go for no deal. A good trick if you can pull it off, but Mr Corbyn's experience suggests you have to pick a side.
He's too centrist for your average Tory. Which is a shame ( ) for them because he would indeed pull votes from disillusioned other party supporters.