Britain's main opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn delivers a speech on the final day of the Labour Party Conference in Brighton on September 27, 2017. (AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS)
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Britain's left-wing opposition leader said Wednesday that the political center ground has shifted and his socialist ideas are "now the political mainstream".Although Labour lost the election, it gained several dozen parliamentary seats, and its membership has grown to almost 600,000 since Corbyn was elected leader in 2015 .Labour has lost three successive elections since 2010, but its four-day conference in the seaside city of Brighton was the most optimistic in years.Despite the party's optimistic mood, Labour remains divided over one of the biggest issues facing Britain: Brexit.
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