Labor Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, center, joins people gathered on Old Compton Street, London, during a vigil for the victims of Sunday's Orlando shootings at a Gay nightclub in Florida. (Yui Mok/PA via AP)
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Britain's opposition Labor leader will try Tuesday to rally his party behind a campaign to keep Britain in the European Union after polls indicated growing momentum for those wanting to leave and the nation's biggest-selling paper backed Brexit.Jeremy Corbyn, criticized by some for offering only lukewarm backing for his party's "In" stance, will tell supporters that remaining in the EU would protect jobs, pitching to Labor voters who campaigners say will be key in deciding the outcome of the June 23 referendum.With Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party deeply split over the issue, the prime minister, who wants to keep Britain in the EU, has recently given the left-leaning opposition party the lead role in the "Remain" campaign.According to a YouGov poll for Tuesday's Times newspaper, the "Out" campaign has opened up a 7-point lead over "In" while an ORB poll for The Daily Telegraph put "Out" one point ahead.Labor's leftist leader Corbyn, who says the EU is not sufficiently just but that his party has decided it is best to campaign for justice within the bloc, has been accused of not doing enough so far to galvanize its supporters.A YouGov poll late last month showed nearly half of Labor supporters did not know the party backed staying in the EU.
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