Sieghart, reminding us of what we have been missing since she’s stopped writing regularly for The Times’s op-ed page, articulates why the Labour whips office is going to have such trouble enforcing party discipline if things gets worse for Gordon. Iain Martin explains why Stephen Carter’s organisational fixes can’t solve the Prime Minister’s problems which are essentially politically. While Martin Brights points to the tipping point question: So what would be so awful about the Tories getting back into power?
Tonight’s results will go a long way towards showing us if we have passed this tipping point. If we have, then Labour is in dire straits for the reasons that Sieghart and Iain point to.