Corbynista Rebecca Long-Bailey is now the bookie’s favourite to win the Labour leadership election since she got the banking from momentum.
According to the latest ‘Britain Elects’ survey, Long-bailey is on 42%. Coming in second is Keir Starmer on 37%, Then followed by Jess Phillips (9%), Lisa Nandy (7%) and Emily Thornberry (1%).
There is speculation that the more moderate, centre leaning Labour members, are more likely inclined to back Starmer.
What does this mean for Labour potentially electing ‘Corbyn 2.0’? Would this be the final step to Labour’s implosion? Or their possible Redemption?