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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.
>> 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.
Where we're gonna lose anything from 20 to 80 seats. And here we are gaining seats in Scotland, and Wales, and London.>>
>> Labor is still only the second largest party, but Corbyn's night at the office going a fair bit better than his main rival.
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.