September's most-read five were ...
1. Lessons of the Labour Leadership Campaigns
2. A Note on Jeremy Corbyn and Panorama
3. Cometh the Hour, Cometh the Jez
4. Sociology Meets Piggate
5. Jeremy Corbyn and the European Union
If it wasn't for revelations of a porcine character, Jezmania would have made a straight sweep of this month's rankings. Though interestingly, it was the review of each of the leadership campaigns that pulled down the numbers. Proof that the (relatively) serious and long-winded can do the business when required. And this is probably how it will be forever now. Jeremy is here to stay, he'll never be out of the spotlight, and so there's always going to be a need to write about him. Perhaps I should rename the blog Critical Corbyn Studies.
What should I dredge up for a second airing? Well there's this one about UKIP and their struggle to stay relevant in the "new politics". And I think my take on the John McDonnell speech needs looking at, as practically the entire paid-for commentariat have misunderstood it.