Jeremy Corbyn is re-elected leader of Labor, UK’s second party

The far-left Jeremy Corbyn was re-elected Saturday for his second term as Labor leader, easily beating his challenger Owen Smith by 61.8 to 38.2 percent. The vote in Britain’s second largest party followed a bitterly contentious, divisive year, in which many members of Labor’s shadow cabinet stood down, maintaining that Corbyn’s radical left-wing policies made the party unelectable. The Labor leader says he will reach out to his opponents, urging them to unite to bring down Theresa May's Tory government.

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