What’s left to say?
After Labour’s summer of madness and the first bizarre, chaotic weeks of Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure as Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition, it’s hard to feel anything more than numbness at the daily digest of political missteps and pratfalls that now define the party of which I’ve been a member for 31 years.
What’s left except perhaps to hide under the duvet and hope that you, or perhaps the country, will wake from this nightmare soon.
Then Catherine West prodded me out from under the duvet. The new Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister was reported as having told a meeting of Stop the War activists that Labour would consult them before deciding how it would vote on any future motion on military action in Syria.