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Labour leadership: this is what Jeremy Corbyn’s “new politics” looks like

The left-winger's first appearance as leader of the opposition was deeply unconventional

By Josh Lowe  

Jeremy Corbyn, the newly elected leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, gives a speech from a lorry at a Solidarity with Refugees march in Parliament in London© AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth

“The people’s flag is deepest red, It shrouded oft our martyred dead, and ere their limbs grew stiff and cold, their hearts’ blood dyed its every fold.”

The strains of Labour’s…

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