Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has 12 months to right the ship of the Labour Party in the face of a resurgent right across Europe

Jeremy Corbyn wins UK Labour leadership contest

Poor poll showings have UK Labour Party supporters worried that current party leader Jeremy Corbyn may not be able to close the gap with the Conservatives, with close supporters of Jeremy Corbyn pointing to internal party power struggles as a primary source of Labour’s current weakness, not the party’s leader himself, who still enjoys devoted support among his following. The Labour Party could find potential weaknesses in the Conservative platform, particularly if Brexit negotiations go poorly and the economy sours. Focusing on the economy and improving workers’ lives is an old tool of Corbyn’s and one he will not hesitate to deploy in future contests.

[The Telegraph – Jeremy Corbyn has 12 months to turn the Labour Party around, according to his closest allies ]