It's for this reason I quit the party last week. Fuck the lot of them, after a lifetime of voting Labour I've had it with them.
I was particularly annoyed by the comment after the London Mayoral vote that essentially people were complacent with their vote by using their first pref for other parties, Sadiq Khan didn't really give any real reason to vote for him for a second term, other than he wasn't Shawn Bailey and that isn't going to cut it as a party strategy.
I'm fed up that it has become such a liner thing between the two factions. I sit on the left on most things, I might move more towards the centre on others, but I am realistic enough that both party factions need to work together to have any success, and neither side seem to be able to grasp this.
What do Labour stand for anymore, it's actually depressing, we are staring at years of Tory rule, and we have two sides of the party that would rather have stupid internal battles that don't matter at all to the general voting population.
I have hung on for a while, but I don't feel like its worth it anymore, if the party carries on like this it's not going to have any electoral success anyway, so I'm going to route my energies towards supporting smaller more progressive parties to have an impact at a local level, I'm sure I'll still vote Labour in the nationals but I am no longer willing to be part of such a basket case.