"We want someone to remember that democracy does not begin and end at the ballot box. We want someone to represent the interests of the young, the poor and the marginalised in parliament. These are simple, modest demands. And the most damning indictment on the British political machine is the way in which these simple, modest demands look like a revolution."
The New Statesman's Laurie Penny writing about Jeremy Corbyn and hitting the nail firmly on the head.
(Thanks to Phil for the link.)