A colleague of mine at work is a lovely man, and a Labour councillor, and we've long respectfully disagreed about Corbyn. His main complaints are about the trashing of Blair's legacy, which he thinks comes in for a disproportionate amount of hostility, and I think finds Corbyn in general a bit embarrassing.
At some points, I was in complete opposition to him, but earlier in the year I'd come to think that even though I was glad to have voted for Corbyn (twice), it was time for him to go.
Now, colleague and myself are both in agreement that he's done a cracking job on the campaign so far, and that the manifesto is a very good one. I'm really pleased that he's decided to put his reservations aside and throw his weight behind the party. Surely as momentum gathers more will do the same.
I might keep calling Jon Woodcock a cunt on Twitter till he fucks off though.