Not party revolt, just PLP revolt (parliamentary labour party). I think he'll step down but he looks too shell shocked to do it yet, like a punch drunk boxer who doesn't know he's fucked.
He's got overwhelming party support and technically he has a clear mandate to carry on. It's just the big boys (and girls) in the PLP (at Westminster) who are doing this - the wider electorate know he's not a leader and will never win an election. Like Corbyn, the kids who put him there in the position he's in don't know it yet either, but I think it's slowly dawning.
You know it was all jokes about Trump, but as elections come closer and closer it is unnerving how many supporters he has. I decided to watch a YouTube video of one of his rallies and I only made it until the 6th minute. And after all the nonsense about getting rid of Mexicans and immigrants in general from the country underneath the comments there were hundreds of people agreeing with him, and some of them were immigrants.
What's with that xenophobic wave? And it's not just the US and the U.K. - pretty much every European country has seen their nationalist radical parties gain huge support