I doubt it.
With the new 'membership', it would seem unlikely.
I presume this new membership is democracy in his eyes.
Essentially, paying for a vote.
I am coming round to the opinion that the parasite is in the process of killing the host.
Perhaps it is time for the true labour party to take this opportunity to reform and become a party which is capable of being elected to office and therefore in a position to represent the electorate of the country as a whole.
Consideration should be given less to the 'mass membership' ease of access for those representing policies which are anathema to most voters (including mainstream Labour members and sympathisers) and make them un-electable under their true colours.
Which is why they have attached themselves to the coat tails of an established political party.
Time to reclaim Labour from the militant tendency or socialist worker clones and it seems the only way possible to do that is by leaving them behind in a rump which can then stand under its own colours and no-one else's.
There has seldom been a period in our history when effective opposition and leadership is so paramount for the good of the country ... if Labour can't provide it ... I'm leaning towards the unthinkable and Angus Robertson's proposition for providing one.