LONDON — The governing body of Britain’s opposition Labour Party agreed on Tuesday to schedule a new election for its leadership, and ruled that Jeremy Corbyn, who faced a revolt from fellow Labour lawmakers, would be assured of a place on the ballot.
Mr. Corbyn had been under pressure to step aside, forcing Labour’s governing body, the National Executive Committee, to decide whether Mr. Corbyn would be automatically included as a candidate in the coming leadership contest, or if he would need to be nominated again by a sufficient number of Labou...
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