No doubt you will have read with interest the difficulties Mr Corbyn finds himself in over the Labour Party failing to be clear on anti-semitism.
I can see why the Labour party would like to pick and choose elements of the definition. But the best is nearly always the enemy of the good, but in some cases leaders just have to make the tough decision and choose the hard road.
In the case of Mr Corbyn he tried to have it all ways, adopt some of the elements but not others to allow the Party to continue to criticise Israel. And in taking this middle ground, he ended up taking no ground at all.
Mr Corbyn in trying to be flexible, not upset one part of his Party managed to create a much larger issue. Failing to lead always has consequences but being a partial leader, not taking to the moral high ground and mincing your words in the hope that things will turn out OK is never a good idea.
Good leaders aren’t nice, neither are they ruthless, good leaders understand the context of their leadership, they lead for the many, not the few, to quote the Labour Parties 2018 slogan.
Oh, and Max Joseph has something to say on leadership and being a dick.