Jeremy Corbyn

The far-left leader of Britain’s main opposition Labour Party on why insurgent leaders are on the rise and why his wife can’t stand Donald Trump

You’re an antiwar socialist leading Western Europe’s largest political party. Are you part of a global anti-establishment phenomenon? It’s not about me personally, it’s about a rejection of the neoliberal consensus by a lot of people all over the world. Europe and the U.S. were the last to wake up to this.

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