My issues with corbyn are not his policies on these issues (although I'm not 100% clear in what his policies on most of those are...), it's his terrible leadership, ego, complete lack of empathy, and attitude to Brexit.
I've said many times that I put him 2nd in my leadership choice. I had my doubts about his ability to work with MPs he'd undermined as a backbencher, but I thought he deserved an honest attempt at it.
The problems have gone far beyond that, and not just in who he's let back into the party. Brexit is now the most important issue affecting the country, and I believe both his views, weak campaigning, and policy on the issue will create the worst decline of living standards for the poor in this country since the 2ndWW.
I think 90% of labour leaders would have stood down after the last election result, instead of calling a result that still left the tories in power a victory.
If you want me to explain the other criticisms I have of him, I'll be happy to, but I think they've been fairly well aired in recent months.
I mostly wanted to reiterate that I don't have a problem with corbyn on a left /centre /right scale, it's other factors that mean I feel incredibly disillusioned.