Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, left, and deputy leader Tom Watson attend the opening session of the Labour Party annual conference at the Brighton Centre, Brighton, England, Sunday Sept. 24, 2017. (Stefan Rousseau/PA via AP)
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Britain's revitalized Labour opposition kicked off its annual conference Sunday with leader Jeremy Corbyn set to lay out his party's agenda, free from the leadership challenges of previous years.The left-of-center party confounded expectations in June's snap election by gaining an extra three million votes, a ringing endorsement for the anti-austerity program of its veteran leftist leader.His party is now polling higher than Prime Minister Theresa May's governing Conservatives, unthinkable only a year ago when Corbyn had just won a leadership battle sparked by MPs angry at his lukewarm campaigning to stay in the European Union.Labour has yet to set out a clear position on Brexit, particularly on what terms Britain will retain access to the EU's single market.Those hoping to gain clarity of Labour's approach to Brexit at the party conference were left disappointed on Sunday, after delegates opted not to vote on the issue during the event.
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