One thing I find very interesting in all of this is that politicians are discovering that socialism is not dead in the United Kingdom. Arrogantly the assumption has been that the movement dies when politics changes course. Instead it's now hitting them on the nose. Politics changed Labour with the New Labour Neo-Capitalism direction. That direction has left a lot of people behind. They are now the ones who are coming back strong in this election, young and old. They are deciding that socialism is not dead, nor is it just a copy and paste from the 1970s. It's a movement that is now actually growing, an angry movement if you will, tired of compromise and empty promises, tired of politics that uses the electorate and visits them every 5 years or so with a new set of promises. Labour is panicking because this is New Labour's payday of the third time. The first time was Blair's demise, the second time, was the election defeat under Gordon Brown, and now they are seeing New Labour roundly rejected in the polls ahead of the Leadership election. Where will it go, we don't know. My question is Does Socialism have a future, a Nation leadership future in the United Kingdom?