Around 70 Labour MP's resigned in sequence to try and force Corbyn out. They were right. Corbyn decided to stay and won a second leadership campaign. He's now led the party to their biggest defeat since 1935
Alan Johnson, former Labour home secretary:
的t痴 Corbyn....We knew he was incapable of leading. We knew he was worse than useless and lacked all the qualities to lead a party...."
Yes, the right wing media cruxified him, but what an easy target for them. Appeaser, apologist, sympathiser.
They attacked Milliband for the way he ate a bacon sandwich. And he'd team up with the SNP. That's pretty much all they had. Corbyn failed to address anti-semitism, he was too close to the IRA, Hamas, etc.
Most of the country is turning blue en mass. Seats Labour have held for 70 years. The country doesn't want him or his hard left politics.