I think it’s too early to say now. There’s a long time until the next election. I still think Starmer is more than capable and I can’t see anyone who’d do a better job.Comment from Ben was 20th November and Starmer seemed to be at the top of his game giving Boris a hard time in PM questions. Barely 3 months later and Labour left are now asking whether Starmer is up to the job with some pretty fierce dissent over both Brexit and Covid. Put that alongside some half hitched review about how to win over the "red wall" seats and there's plenty of gaps appearing in both Labour policies and the ranks.
The fight for seats north of the border, which also should be one of Starmer's top priorities, isn't being lead by Starmer but by Andrew Neil, George Galloway and the Tories who are at last taking the fight to the Wee Krankie and the SNP to dismantle the case for independence (and , off topic I know, but when will somebody call out that Scotland should have another referendum before even contemplating going back into the EU rather than let the SNP just assume that Scotland will re-join the EU)
So who else on the Labour front bench has got what it takes to lead the Labour party, because otherwise it looks like the next election might already be lost.
Johnson is seeing a bit of an upturn in support due to the successful vaccination programme.