Respondents here claim Jeremy Corbyn is the problem. His inability to be a media star is sited as a failing. If this were a new type of politics we may find media spin as being a minus? Given this dilemma is it little wonder people are confused. Is it reasonable to suppose the electorate needs firm policies which will be so broad as to be engaging. Is there not expectation of our politicians to commit to doing something rather than leaving the market to figure it out. Is this not the difference which attracts the electorate? Aided by the governments little moves to place tax on pasties. Can anyone hear someone playing the fiddle?