UK Labour leaders draw plans to force Corbyn out : BBC

Senior leaders of U.K.'s opposition Labour party are drawing plans to force leader Jeremy Corbyn out, BBC reported Saturday.

Members of the shadow cabinet want to work out a compromise with Corbyn that would see some of his policy proposals being retained if he agrees to step down from his position.

Doubts over Corbyn's leadership of the U.K.'s second-largest party have risen after a wave of resignations from members of his shadow cabinet following last month's referendum in which U.K. voters opted to leave the European Union. (EU).

Corbyn has been blamed for ineffective leadership after voters in tradional Labour strongholds opted to vote for leaving the economic and political bloc.

You can read the BBC article here.

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