Veteran Anti-Israel Activist Wins Landslide Election to Lead British Opposition Labour Party

Veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of Britain’s Labour opposition on Saturday in a landslide victory that puts an anti-austerity figure at the helm of a major UK party. The 66-year-old, whose policies have been compared to those of radical leftist Greece’s Syriza and Spain’s Podemos, won after clinching 59.5 percent of the vote, giving Britain its most left-wing leader in decades among the main parties. Read full story at Yahoo News.

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