UK Labor leader defies revolt over Brexit strategy


LONDON: Britain’s opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn insisted on Sunday he would not give up his job in a Labor Party revolt over his handling of the EU referendum campaign, as the aftershocks from the “Leave” vote reverberate around the country. Eleven members of the veteran socialist’s top team resigned Sunday, blaming him for failing to rally the party’s core working-class vote base to support the “Remain” campaign. But Corbyn hit back, saying he would not betray the trust of the party members who elected him only last September, and vowed to “reshape” his shadow cabinet starting on Monda.



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