Most people - even Corbyn's supporters - would be all ears about a potential successor
I never imagined (and, I suspect, neither did he) that Corbyn would lead the Labour Party into a general election. In the 2015 leadership contest, he was literally the only option that didn't advocate rubber-stamping vast swathes of the Tories' austerity agenda. I voted for him (twice) as a place-holder for someone more electable, but with at least some
left-wing credentials. The Blairite wing of the PLP, however, seems to be making it quite clear that it's their way or nothing, and they'll burn the party to the ground in preference to any alternative.