Jeremy Corbyn cannot fulfil his constitutional role as Leader of the Opposition

I have a short article for Democratic Audit UK (LSE) on Britain’s Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, and the implications of his decision not to resign from office despite having lost the support of 80 percent of his MPs.

Jeremy Corbyn should resign.  Even though he was elected Leader of the Labour Party with the support of a resounding majority of Labour members and supporters, it is now clear that Corbyn cannot fulfil the most important aspect of his job: the role of Leader of the Opposition.  This is reason enough for him to admit defeat and stand aside.

Read the full article here.