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It's dark days of 1980s again for British opposition party

Opinion polls suggest the divided Labour Party is headed for a terrible electoral defeat in June
Friday, April 21, 2017 - 05:50

In his first speech of the campaign on Thursday, Mr Corbyn played the anti-establishment card that resonated in the US and during Britain's Brexit vote last year.


A FEMALE prime minister calls an election when the opposition is divided, squabbling over policies and led by an unpopular socialist who's prompted some lawmakers to jump ship.

That was 1983 during the Margaret Thatcher era, and it's déjà vu for the Labour Party more than

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