london - Jeremy Corbyn is Saturday re-elected as leader of the Labour Party. He got 313 209 votes cast by 506 438.
He continued his challenger Owen Smith (193. 229) thus well before. This is in any case a temporary end to the criticism of his leadership within the opposition party.
Labour hit in recent months deeply divided over Corbyns leadership, especially when he was criticized during and after the British referendum on brexit that he had seen and heard barely. His opponents also find that he too left-rate speed with the party, which would put Labour in elections offside.