Pots, pans and pannier bags blogger Russell Brown rarely, if ever these days, writes about politics.
He has broken habit by writing about Labour’s just completed leadership election.
Unusually for him it is brief, he’s normally a big fan of the tl;dr post.
Iâ€™ll be brief (itâ€™s 5am where I am and have to catch a plane) but the Labourâ€™s leadership result and the means by which it was achieved both seem disastrous for the party and for the prospects of the centre-left.
Little didnâ€™t win the support of the party or the caucus, he loses his electorate more badly every time he contests it, and heâ€™s vowing to dump all the intellectual capital built up by David Parker. I canâ€™t see any good thing about this.
Am I missing something?