LONDON – Uncorking the spirit of British socialism was the masterstroke that handed Jeremy Corbyn the Labour Party’s top job, but he now faces a much bigger challenge — convincing voters that an admirer of Karl Marx should be Britain’s next prime minister.
Virtually unknown just months ago, the 66-year-old won the crown of Britain’s second largest political party with 59.5 percent of an internal party vote.
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