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UK's Jeremy Corbyn keeps seat but says he will not lead Labour at next election

France 24 Friday, 13 December 2019
Jeremy Corbyn on Friday said he would not lead Britain's main opposition Labour party at the next general election, after predictions of a crushing defeat at nationwide polls.
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British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Friday he did not want to go quickly after Labour suffered its worst election result since 1935 - and that he was prepared to remain leader until the party chooses a successor next year. Lauren Anthony reports.

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