The rules changes last year gave the NEC more veto power over constituency party decisions. This, I believe, was so that motions in support of Corbyn or in solidarity with expelled members, or even the sharing of information like letters of resignation could be suppressed.Every election loss is always complicated.
I meant changes to leadership election rules. They were pretty much as before other than introducing a very sensible period before a new party member could vote.
They also upped the number of local votes needed to recall an elected MP or councillor, part of the hardly used but important means to hold them accountable to their electors.
There is quite a lot to indicate the right wing of the party actively undermined the second general election for Labour, diverting funds to safe seats, and spreading false accusations of anti-semitism.
The political situation in the middle east is not as comfortable as here. Can we let that pass in order to appease stealth fascism in our back yard? Hell!