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Jeremy Corbyn cheered by Conservatives on return to Commons

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Jeremy Corbyn cheered by Conservatives on return to Commons

Jeremy Corbyn cheered by Conservatives on return to Commons

Conservative MPs cheered Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as he took he seat on Parliament's return to the House of Commons.

It's the first sitting since a disastrous election for Labour in which they lost 59 seats.

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Labour Party (UK) Labour Party (UK) Centre-left political party in the United Kingdom

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Jeremy Corbyn Jeremy Corbyn Former Leader of the Labour Party, MP for Islington North

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