So it's coming to end - a few thoughts on the tenure and legacy of Corbyn. (Sticking to his actual time as leader, rather than his history)
The Mass Membership - can't deny the numbers, absolutely huge swaths of people were enthused by him and got genuinely excited at the prospect of him leading the country.
Economic Reform - He has certainly shifted the argument to more public spending and sent the Conservatives in a direction they wouldn't have voluntary gone.
Brexit - It probably wouldn't have happened without him as leader, I doubt he's got the Brexit he wanted, but I'm sure he raised a glass to it in secret in January.
Results - 2 GE loses, one the worst since 1935, 2 sets of council losses and a terrible defeat in the European Elections, lost five sets of elections in five years in all and on that it was baffling he was still in the job for the final disaster in December. Learn from the Tories - May was given one chance and next time she was gone.
Salisbury - Still probably the most shameful incident seen in parliament for some time, a leader of a British political party stood at the despatch box and batted for the Russians rather than our own security services after state sanctioned murder.
Antisemitism - It took some effort to force MP's out the party, have the chief Rabbi warn against voting for you and become the first party since the BNP to be investigated by the ECHR.
Gentrification - Labour has been struggling for a while outside of university towns and cities but the last five years its moved more away from its core working class vote than ever, its totally lost in English towns and the shires, losing more votes in Wales and almost wiped out in Scotland.
Incompetence - Whatever you thought of New Labour it was an impeccable strategic electoral winning machine who knew exactly what was going on, he changed that to a load of kids and union organisers who moved activists from "safe" Kensington to Uxbridge as they fell for a Twitter rumour that Boris was in trouble. Boris increased his majority and Labour somehow lost Kensington.