Corbyn even more popular as Labour leader

Corbyn even more popular as Labour leader

World August 31, 2016 09:03

- Jeremy Corbyn, the outspoken leftist leader of the British opposition Labour party, currently enjoys more support than a year ago when the members chose him as their leader. That showed a survey commissioned by The Times.

The newspaper report in the Wednesday edition which Corbyn that the confidence of his colleagues in parliament is completely lost, can count on 62 percent of the vote. That was still 59. His rival Owen Smith does not exceed 38 percent.

Labour, once dominant under the leadership of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, in one of the biggest crises in the 116-year anniversary after the British had decided to leave the European Union in June. The dichotomy allows left not attributable to setting priorities for the negotiation of the 'brexit 'when the time comes.
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Moreover, the current members of the House of Commons do not believe Corbyn (67) Labour can help to an election victory. That was reason to push for the appointment of a new leader. The 'common man' thinks otherwise in the party.

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