radx says... Corbyn was referenced in quite a few articles by Monbiot, Jones and Milne over at the Guardian, but that's about all I read about him. Never really looked into his positions. However, Frankie dropped this line about him in his column yesterday: "I honestly don’t think that Corbyn would make a good leader but only because he would quickly take his own life in a highly unconvincing manner on a long country walk, an inquiry taking 15 years to report that he had kicked himself to death." That sparked my interest. The comment section provided this gem: "Corbyn is measured, articulate, doesn't take crap from interviewers, and doesn't look morally constipated through having consumed a surfeit of focus group tripe, unlike the other three." Again, interesting. Then you brought him up, and Jacobin runs a piece on him. So I suppose I'll be taking a look at him now. dannym3141 said: Have you seen anything about the rise of Jeremy Corbyn (a long standing Labour party backbench rebel) in the UK party leadership election?