After the party, UK's Corbyn makes tumultuous debut

As Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn enters his second week in office, marked by his refusal to sing the national anthem and controversy over his new shadow cabinet, it is clear that he may face a bumpy road aheadJeremy Corbyn was elected leader of Britain’s Labour party little over a week ago on a wave of left-wing euphoria, with a landslide victory of almost 60 percent of the vote. “It’s a fantastic moment for change in Britain,” he said as he celebrated his election success in a London pub. Just over 24 hours after his election the 66-year-old suffered a bitter backlash on social media as he announced his shadow cabinet.

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