It was another shouting match in Labour's protracted relationship breakdown.
Whether out of apathy or intimidation, Corbynistas aren't transforming Labour's grassroots.
If Labour lose, a brief moment of hope will live on forever, etched into Kieran Horsfield's flesh.
With Jeremy Corbyn moving Labour further from the centre-ground, newly elected Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron thinks his party can become relevant again. But didn't Clegg already blow it?
All the people calling him a "throwback" haven't stopped to consider what is likely to happen to the British economy in the next decade.
A man who eats cold baked beans has no place heading up Her Majesty's Opposition.
The British Labour Party is having a leadership election and the front-runner makes Bernie Sanders look like Donald Trump.