Suddenly everyone is taking Jeremy Corbyn seriously. But how easy will it be to go from anti-establishment, backbench rebel to the top Labour job? Chris Bowlby investigates.
Suddenly everyone's taking Jeremy Corbyn seriously. Dismissed by many as a fringe 'unelectable' figure in the Labour leadership campaign, a bearded vegetarian lover of Latin American revolutionaries, Commons rebellions and allotments, he's now making the running. Chris Bowlby explores what's shaped him, what sort of leader he'd be, and whether he really wants the top Labour job.