Jeremy Corbyn, the UK Labour leader, theoretically in opposition, who has been driving his party to despair, has managed to shoot himself in the foot by doing a pirouette on a new policy initiative on immigration and wages all in the same day. Yes, no, maybe.
Depending on which of his leadership charts you look at: 12 Sept 2015 11.42 am London or 24 Sept 2016 12.51pm – there’s a slightly different timing on his exit which is fervently prayed for by those who wish to see Labour back in power sometime in the next decade.
The first leadership chart suggests increasing instability of the topple-of-perch variety starting this March and extending on till late 2018 as tr Pluto is square the Uranus. The later chart puts the date more into 2019 though with a fair few sinkers in 2017 and bad-tempered setbacks along the way. Both charts have a strong Jupiter in the 10th which moving by Solar Arc to conjunct the Moon in the earlier chart and the Sun in the later through 2018 into 2019, which may provide a cushion.
His own personal chart, 26 May 1949, is depressed this month with tr Pluto opposition the Sun/Saturn midpoint, repeating till late 2017; with a truly challenging, enraging frustrating tr Pluto trine his Mars in Taurus in 2017/18. 2018 will find him more muddled and sagging with tr Neptune square his Venus Mercury.
Keir Starmer, being talked of a more electable successor looks in a good position come 2019/2020 with a sprinkling of Jupiter around his midpoints.