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Who is still in the race to replace UK's defeated Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn?

Reuters Tuesday, 21 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 general election defeat by Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives in December.
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Contenders in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader have called for unity despite jostling for position in the first hustings of the campaign. The event in Liverpool saw the major candidates battle for dominance in the contest which will see a new leader of the opposition announced in...

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