My answer to With a broken Labour Party, devastated Tory party, will we see the rise of the Lib Dems soon?
Answer by Desmond Last:
Who are the Lib Dems? What do they stand for?Trying to be all things to all people is not about Leadership. All it does is leave you stranded in a quagmire of indecision.
Corbyn is the only Politician of decision in the U.K at the moment. He is even attempting to take center-stage on Brexit by organizing in London an E.U Labour Movement conference.
However his economics need to enter into the modern world of capital liquidty as part of a structured and planned demand equation in partnership with private capital. All he has a capital supply parameter to feed inefficient national industries..
But at least he knows where he is going. Theresa May’s position would appear to be determined to keep her position as Prime Minster by appeasing pro-hard Brexiters rather than what is best for the United Kingdom.
McDonnell, Corbyn’s economics spokesperson is holding the Labour Party back. His Marxist economics views belong in the History books. Should Corbyn replace him, which I believe is highly likely, then Labour will win over the people of the U.K who have had enough of personal politics determining National Policy.
If the LIb Dems want to become a Government they will need some new ideas. At the moment all they have is the left-overs of Labour and the Conservatives.