I'd like to suggest a topic, word it how you will: does the Labour Party actually work for the interests of the labouring person?
A genuine question - is there a plan for a thriving British economy rather than getting votes for benefits (and soft jobs for professional pols)?
Can Labour get away from the infighting and present a manifesto that is a credible alternative to the globalism foisted on us by both Conservatives and New Labour? Democratic and therefore not EU, and aiming at a sustainable economy, increased self-sufficiency in essential food and power, as the world heads for a long slump and peak cheap energy has passed?
Or is it just a case of either:
(a) one lot popping in when the other pops out, like the little man and woman in the weather house?
(b) Tweedledum and Tweedledee ripping the country into two, instead of saving it?