Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn leaves his home in London, Britain June 26, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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Britain's two main parties were in open conflict Sunday after a vote to leave the EU triggered an attempted "coup" in the main opposition Labour Party and a bitter leadership contest in the ruling Conservatives.Both parties are reeling from the referendum result, when British voters rejected the arguments of their leaders and decided to leave the European Union in a vote which underscored the deep divisions in the country. A growing number of Labour lawmakers have called on Corbyn to resign in the aftermath of the vote to leave the EU.Two Labour politicians have submitted a motion of no confidence in Corbyn, which will be debated later this week.
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