I don't! His ministers rejected him in a no confidence vote, his shadow cabinet resigned - even one of his replacement shadow cabinet ministers, Pat Glass, who was made the shadow education secretary on Monday has today resigned. After all that, he insisted he would still be Labour leader by Friday - stating he would join the Prime Minister at commemorations for the Battle of the Somme.
I think he shows his total disregard for the whole country by staying. It doesn't matter which party is in power its essential to have a credible opposition, and credible he is not. It would be funny if it wasn't so serious.
I was quite chuffed when we finally got an old skool Labour bloke in, instead of the watered down Tories we've had for the last thirty years (yes, it's that long). However I soon changed my mind when this goon did precisely nothing. I didn't even know his voice until a few weeks back, and he was virtually silent over the EU issue. I'd go as far as to say the "remain" crew might have been successful if only he'd made some sort of noise about it.
Anyway, he can't possibly survive this current upheavel. Has it ever happened before when BOTH the leading parties have been sliced down the middle at the same time, as they are now?