After the 2017 general election Labour under Jeremy Corbyn seemingly stood on the brink of power. From nowhere they had enjoyed the biggest increase in vote share of any party since 1945, depriving the Tories of their majority. But from there it was a story of Glastonbury to catastrophe and, last December, Labour gained their lowest number of seats since 1935. How did so much change, and so quickly? Who bears the most responsibility? And could it have been any different? To discuss all that Aaron is joined by Gabriel Pogrund and Patrick Maguire, authors of ‘Left Out’: The Inside Story of Labour Under Corbyn.