Jeremy Corbyn Could Be Next British Leader Out The Door As His Party Begins Revolt

Oliver VanDervoort - Author

Jun. 26 2016, Updated 3:20 p.m. ET

Jeremy Corbyn is walking, talking proof that David Cameron isn’t the only member of the U.K.’s government that is feeling the pinch, post Brexit. Cameron has already made it clear he has no intention of staying on as Prime Minister now that Great Britain is leaving the EU. If the revolt in the Labour party continues, Jeremy Corbyn may have to announce his resignation sooner, rather than later, as well.

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Cornyn has already had to deal with a string of what is known as the “shadow cabinet” deciding they can no longer work with the Labour leader. Lord Falconer, Heidi Alexander, Lucy Powell, and Ian Murray have all departed the cabinet since Brexit became official. These exits came just days after Corbyn announced he had fired Hilary Benn, after the shadow foreign secretary told Corbyn he not longer had confidence in his leadership.


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