Neil Kinnock... Corbyn must resign as Labour leader within a maximum of two months and “own” the party’s worst electoral defeat of the post-war era, Kinnock has said. As Johnson was returned to Downing Street on Friday with the greatest Tory majority since Thatcher’s 1987 landslide, the former Labour leader warned party members not to “seek excuses or alibis” in an attempt to explain the crushing defeat. And in comments apparently intended as a warning to the party not to select another leader in Corbyn’s mould, Kinnock said his successor must embody “patriotic” values and restore Labour’s credibility as a “party of security”. Blunkett... Former Home Secretary Blunkett has launched a scathing attack on Corbyn and the "childish cult" he blames for Labour's election wipeout. Blunkett, who held three cabinet positions under Blair, has accused Corbyn of betraying the party and allowing himself to be roundly defeated by a Prime Minister who is "universally distrusted, disrespected and ridiculed". Pulling no punches, Mr Blunkett quoted Oliver Cromwell, telling the current Labour leader: "In the name of God, go!" David Miliband... Miliband has accused Corbyn of abandoning Labour voters after the party’s crushing defeat in the General Election. The former Labour MP and leadership candidate hit out at Corbyn on Twitter. He said: “Corbyn and Corbynism abandoned Labour voters long before they abandoned him. They were literally repelled by a program that could not be delivered and leader who could not be trusted. Everything else is denial.” So, where to now for Corbyn? Should be go before next Wednesday's PMQs, when he will be mocked mercilessly, or should he said until the PLP has gone through the processes of a new leadership election?