Britain's opposition Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (C) leaves his home in London on May 6, 2016. / AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS
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Britain's Labor Party suffered losses Friday in regional and local elections, especially in Scotland, but waited to see if it would, as expected, capture the big prize of London mayor.While the party, Britain's official opposition, fared poorly in some of dozens of contests in Scotland, Wales, parts of England and Northern Ireland, it looked set to win London's mayoral election, where former human rights lawyer Sadiq Khan was expected to become the first Muslim to take the post.Some Labor lawmakers said the results, which saw the party set to fall into third place in Scotland in the devolved Scottish parliament, should force Corbyn to try to widen his appeal.
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