In the Anglosphere? Is most of the Anglosphere countries the Labour party seems to be in disarray, and in the US the Dems are more centre right at least compared to the rest. I'm not sure how things are going in Canada. In NZ the Labour party did win in 2017 although it was kind of a fluke. They panicked changed leaders 6 weeks out from an election and went from low 20's to 37%. Note they won with a smaller % thant the Dems got in the USA (coalition of three parties). Australia Labour somehow managed to lose in a country where they had 5 PMs in 5 years. UK Labour no idea what they're doing. The Conservatives seem to be self districting though along with the GoP. Here we had the 4th Labour government in the 198Os. Established 1916.... Derp. Thatcher, Reagan and Rogernomics in NZ gutted them. Not sure on Aussie and Canada there. Blair and Clinton get criticised for being to centrist or whatever but there was no viable way for a liberal or trade union party to win. Political lobbying became a thing in the 80s at least in it's modern incarnation. 20 years ago Labour won here and put taxes up by 5% on higher income but they couldn't get tax up this time around as they coalitioned with centrists (option B was no government at all 12 years out of power). Highet tax was reversed around a decade ago when they list the 2008 election (political parties here tend to win 3 terms each term is 3 years).