Today, Jeremy Corbyn buried TINA. The idea that ‘there is no alternative’ has been thrashed aside. Corbyn has proclaimed quite clearly: there is an alternative, and it is the Labour party that is that alternative. After such continual and vocal pessimism from his naysayers within and without the Labour party, this powerful speech felt like the rise of the phoenix.
If you're claiming Jeremy Corbyn is unelectable, you might have to think about who would find him so. In May 2015, a lot of people didn't think Ed Miliband was electable so they voted Green, voted UKIP, voted SNP if they were in Scotland, or didn't vote at all. In the end, 1/3 of those eligible didn't vote & the Tories now have a majority of 10. I reckon a swing to a Corbyn-led Labour Party isn't so unlikely.