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Labour MPs ask Corbyn to resign after UK election debacle

Sify Saturday, 14 December 2019
London, Dec 14 (IANS) After facing an embarrassing defeat in the UK general election, Labour leaders have started piling pressure on the party chief Jeremy Corbyn to step down immediately.
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Jeremy Corbyn has announced plans to resign as leader of the Labour Party. Corbyn did not specify an exact time line. He will not lead the party into another general election. The party suffered heavy losses in Thursday's general election. Boris Johnson's Conservatives won a crushing majority. Labour...

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