Analyst: Corbyn's unpopularity, Brexit key for UK election outcome
Ljubljana, 13 December - The outcome of the British general election, which saw the Tories sealing a landslide victory and the Labour Party posting its worst result since 1935, is mostly a result of Brexit developments and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn being so unpopular with many voters, according to analyst Peter Verovšek.
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