Labour has put forward so,e policies that appeal to the average Britisher. Labour proposes a soft Brexit which is in line with the view of Middle Britain. Likewise the partys Policy on renationlising the railways is what the majoirty of people in the United Kingdom want: The Conservatives wanted to keep the railways in public hands until the 80s. Thatcher had it that way. There is Nothing crazily left wing about publicly owned railways. The Reds also want the minimum wage to go up to 10 pounds an hour. That is too high but most people believe that the wage should rise. Labour calls for massive investMent in the NHS. LABOUR wishes to retain nuclear arms : that is distinct from LABOURS 80s unilateralism.
Never have such ^popular policies been so poorly presented. Labour comes across as a shambolic shower. The party seems to be feeble, divided, disorganised and extreme. *
Images matters. MOST PEOPLE are shallow ; they dislike Corbyn and his crew even for sartorial reasons. Jeremy Corbyn has a tin ear for other peoples opinions. He comes across as a curmudgeon and a crank.
May is more popular than her party and Corbyn is less popular than his. When most Labour MPS have no confidence in him why should the public? The Tory ca,paign is focussed heavily on the PRIME Minister : she is pulling her partys vote up. Corbyn drags LABOUR down.