Jeremy Corbyn's surprise election as leader has left the Labour party in disarray. Ahead of the party's annual conference in Brighton, Jim Pickard, the FT's chief political correspondent, asks FT columnists Philip Stephens and Janan Ganesh how long Corbyn can last at the helm. They also discuss what went wrong with Labour's Blairite wing, what difficulties would be faced by those trying to mount any future leadership coup - and how do they think ordinary voters will react to the new leader of the opposition.

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