In a year when Britain decided to leave the E.U. and the U.S. decided to elect a reality TV star with a penchant for Twitter rants, it turns out voters weren’t looking for strong and stable after all. Who’d have guessed?
I for one didn’t think it could happen. I was saying to a friend yesterday that I now understood how people had so much trouble seeing Trump as a possibility – I really couldn’t see how anyone could possibly think that Jeremy Corbyn, paleo-socialist and friend of the IRA, would make a suitable Prime Minister. He won’t even sing the national anthem for goodness’ sake. But let that be a lesson that what seems impossible may just be a blind spot in your own thinking.
To be fair, Corbyn didn’t actually win – quite far from it in fact. Labour are still a long way from being able to form a ... Read More