Anti-austerity Jeremy Corbyn elected leader of Britain’s Labour Party
Corbyn won 59.5% of the vote to succeed Ed Miliband as opposition leader with his nearest rival, Andy Burnham, gaining 19%
London: Labour elected its most socialist leader in at least 30 years, signalling a further drift away from the free-market policies that brought the party electoral success under Tony Blair.
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