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A liability to some of his MPs on the campaign trail, now party centrists will find Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, an unmovable object.>> I'm Reuters Jacob Grees reporting from a fairly stunned Westminster where the enormity of a hung Parliament is sinking in. Officially, that means no victors. The Labour Party might be quietly rejoicing.
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>> The result exceeding most expectations. And as re-elected Labour MP, Jim Fitzpatrick, put it to me, that means politicians now owe their place in Parliament to him.>> As far as I can see, Jeremy is more secure now than he has ever been. People were saying that Labour was going to get absolutely trashed in this election.
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Where we're gonna lose anything from 20 to 80 seats. And here we are gaining seats in Scotland, and Wales, and London.>>
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>> Labor is still only the second largest party, but Corbyn's night at the office going a fair bit better than his main rival.
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With a high voter turnout, particularly among young people, it appears that translated well at the polling booths.>> It'selection the night, we don't know what to do. We just wanna be near where Corbyn is, near where the action is. And we're just very excited about, I don't know, being on one of the most historic days of my life, the only election where there's been a real difference.
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