They should. But I wouldn't hold your breath. I see Corbyn's pronouncement this morning is he will now 'lead the party through a process of reflection'. For God's truth. He's just proven beyond doubt what many of us have been saying for years, and Alan Johnson put so succinctly in the early hours- he couldn't lead the working class out of a paper bag, he possesses none of the qualities we look for in a leader. I would add he has looked terrified of the responsibility cast upon him since day one, and I actually think the 'advent calendar' style manifesto reflected that; it was a fantasy, a wishlist for tomorrow's magic wand perfect world, when what the voters needed to see- what they've consistently said, any time they've been asked what would motivate them to vote Labour- was a halfway credible plan, delivered by a halfway credible leader.
It's ok though. Now our great leader will lead us through a process of reflection. The presumption, the arrogance, the bloody-headedness, the sheer lack of any shred of basic self-awareness- all are simply breathtaking.