An interesting development in leftie thinking about the Labour Party is that it has moved on from the Corbynite framing "we are the 99%, against the 1%", to a new formulation: "we are the progressive, 'values-based' urban coalition and we rather hope we might muster 50.1%".
Who gets sidelined in this switcheroo? Why, the white working class, that's who. There's many an old-school workerist-marxist who doesn't like the sound of that, and here's a good essay along those lines. Exerpt (my emphasis):
... any political platform based on a shared set of “values” rather than a shared economic interest risks turning the actually existing working class into a problematic minority partner in a coalition of do-gooders. We have already seen the dangers of this kind of liberal condescension, handing the Conservatives endless opportunities to ideologically consolidate their grip on previously Labour voting strongholds with a heady brew of right-wing culture war and strategically targeted public spending.
Footnote: BTL, decnine & Elby mused on the new 'values' orientation. On that theme, there's another good article here:
"Labour’s preoccupation with ‘values’ is a basic political error ..."
 Rulings on the bot-naming compo appear at the foot of the previous post.