Im not after changing your perspective on Corbyn. If you cant see why people want someone like Corbyn then I cant help you. He is a different person to what most people that dont like him say. Ill not take argument from someone who is insistent that he is antisemitic or a misogynist or racist or even a Czech double agent. I mean come on are you saying that you are one of those as well? Ill be honest I do get ****** off by his stance on brexit but I also get that he doesnt want to offend those that did vote to leave (offend is too small a point but anyway). I mean. If he talked like the other committed brexiters or even Dolph does sometimes about the EU he would lose my support in an instance. As I said when I read the headline for the Corbyn article that states "Corbyn restates Labour policy of backing brexit" I got a bit annoyed and thought if that is the story and that was that I wouldnt support him anymore as it made it sound like he was doing a press conferense and stating Labour policy is to push forward with brexit and there would be no second vote under his leadership. If he had done that then he would be ousted I have no doubt. But it wasnt it was a headline designed to get the backs of people like you up. While if there was a leadership contest now I might not vote for him. I also might not be able to vote for any of the others unless they are to the left, have a descent rep and want a second ref (and I dont mean anyone like Abbott). I would take back Ed in a heart beat. Infact he was what made me become a member finally. My worry about losing Corbyn would be to lose Labour a good few million votes and that could be the difference between Labour and the same old evil Tories and I feel that is the hope of people like Dolph who jump on every negative story about Corbyn despite the stupidity of some of them. I would however always vote Labour from now on after the remorse I feel over not voting for Browns Labour but voting Libdem in 2010 instead, despite there being no way on earth either party would have taken my constituency at that time.