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>> I'm therefore confederated to declare Jeremy Corbyn elected as leader of the Labor Party.>>
As far as I'm concerned, let's wipe that slate clean from today, and get on with the work we've got to do as a party, together.>> That may be easier said than done. The contest was sparked after a mass walkout of MPs, and has been bitter, with claims of abuse, threats, and anti-semitism.
Reuters's Guy Faulconbridge says there's even been talk of a possible split.>> Politicians, the MPs, the lawmakers, don't believe that Jeremy Corbyn could win an election. What do they do? And that is gonna be a question that is gonna be played out over the next few years. Can they continue serving a leader, who they don't believe can win a general election?
>> More than half a million members voted in the contest, Corbyn hoping the decisive win will silence his critics. But discord has crimped Labour support in the polls and he faces a mammoth task in uniting this splintered party. He's begun by saying he'll reach out to his opponents.
>> Let us work together for real change in Britain. Thank you very much.>> The first signs of that will come at this weekend's party conference.>>