What strikes me is not just the scale of the results - although Labour's loss of 295 seats and Tory gains of almost 400 is certainly an unalloyed disaster. It's the way Cabinet members have nothing to say apart from "yes, really bad." The way Brown uttered some junk from the safety of No10 while Cameron toured his triumphant seats. The way rebels like Salter say it's their fault for not being so active. Labour just look and sound like a defeated party, like the fight has left them. And with zero leadership, no wonder.
P.S. I should add that I don't for a minute believe the 1% figure. It just struck me as an example of how the delay in the Mayoral result is spawning daft rumours, and that some Shadow Cabinet members really do need to get to bed now.