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Who wants to replace UK's defeated Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn?

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020 ()
Britain's opposition Labour Party will elect a new leader after veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn said he would step down following his party's election defeat by Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives.
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