Labour have 101 female MPs (out of a total of 229). There must be some credible female candidates. I'm not a member of the Labour party but I wish they'd gone for Liz Kendall when Corbyn was originally elected. I haven't got an encyclopaedic knowledge of their MPs though. The Consevatives have managed to elect two female leaders, why can't Labour do the same?
I don't want a female leader "just because". Theresa May was obviously the best ( or depending on your view, least worst) option at the time.
I'm struggling to think of anyone who has leadership capabilities. Keir Stanmer? Dan Jarvis ? Labour members had the opportunity of choosing Yvette Cooper and blew it.
In Scotland I think Neil Findlay would do a better job than Kezia Dugdale. Kezia seems a lovely person but she's achieving the previously impossible feat of being more ineffectual than the leader of the Scottish Lib Dems.