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Corbyn only gained 35 seats and still lost the election by a substantial margin. Blair gained 145 seats on a swing of 8.8%. Cameron gained 97 seats on a 3.7% swing. Gaining millions of votes in ultra-safe Labour seats isn't of much political value.
Corbyn did better than expected, but he still lost the election. We're now staring down the barrel of a DUP/CON coalition, which could be even more regressive than the previous Tory government. Credit where credit is due, Corbyn isn't a dismal failure, but he isn't a roaring success either. For a normal Labour leader in a normal election, this would be a very disappointing result.