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Jeremy Corbyn was reelected leader of the bitterly divided Labour Party on Saturday, just a year after his dark-horse ascension rocked Britain’s political world.

Corbyn, who has been described as “Britain’s Bernie Sanders,” proved once again he is overwhelmingly popular with the party’s grass-roots, seeing off his challenger Owen Smith by winning 61.8 percent of the vote.

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