Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party takes part in his first Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons in Westminster, London, September 16, 2015. REUTER/Parliament TV
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Newly elected British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn Wednesday engaged with David Cameron for the first time, bringing a low-key style to the usually raucous weekly showdown of Prime Minister's Questions.Corbyn's subdued style even stood out in the way he was dressed – his brown jacket and dark trousers contrasting with the dark-blue suits preferred by many MPs including the prime minister himself.Cameron welcomed the call for a more orderly debate and was noticeably less blustery than before.Others likened the debate to a local radio phone-in and said the mood was too relaxed to threaten Cameron.Corbyn has had a rollercoaster first few days in charge.Corbyn said Wednesday he was maintaining a respectful silence and refused to say whether he would sing the anthem at future events.
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