Cameron Tells Embattled Corbyn: ‘For Heaven’s Sake Man, Go’

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U.K.'s Cameron to Corbyn: 'For Heaven's Sake, Man, Go'

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron used his weekly question time in Parliament to heap further pressure on opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, demanding he step down after the bulk of Labour Party lawmakers passed a motion of no confidence in their embattled chief.

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