LONDON (Reuters)- The 55-year-old British MP Angela Eagle has announced Saturday that they wish to be the leader of the Labour Party. She announced Monday to submit its candidacy officially, SkyNews reported.
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She challenges thereby Jeremy Corbyn out that despite the insistence of a lot of Labour MPs hold on to his position. The radical left Corbyn stressed to be elected by the members and believes that the parliamentary group must resign this. 'Peace Talk' between Corbyn and other currents within the Socialist Labour seems failed Saturday, according to British media. The vice-president of the Labour Party, Tom Watson, walked away from the Saturday concert, because according to him,, no reasonable chance of a compromise. '
Opposition Labour Party is like the ruling Conservative party in the lead beaten by the outcome of the referendum of 23 June on EU membership.