Can't say I know much about the electoral process there, or can even offer a fair commentary of what to expect, or frame the situation for context.
The polls for next month's general election do not currently look good.
Labour is far behind.
However, there are reasons to hold out some hope.
Reason #1: Look at the last election.
It's been said before that establishment Democrats would rather lose to a Republican than win with a leftist, but now we have proof. That proof comes in the form of smears by center-right, Clinton loyalists who are working overtime to undermine the obvious Democratic front-runner, Bernie Sanders.
When Brexit narrowly passed, the neoliberal Blairites in the UK Labour Party were horrified. They demanded Jeremy Corbyn, whom they despise, immediately oppose the referendum that so many UK Labour members voted for. When he refused, the Labour Party divided.
If you only looked at the British media, you'd think that Jeremy Corbyn's political career was over. Recently the American media has echoed the same sentiments.
It's difficult to say for sure just how evil the UK Labour leader is, but the British news media will try anyway. One thing is for certain, if you hate the political and media establishment then Jeremy Corbyn is your man.
Early on, Corbyn was a terrorist. Proof of this claim is the unforgivable sin of not wanting to bomb Syria.