Corbyn's Labour Party Stumbles in Scotland as U.K. Votes
U.K. voters gave their first verdict on Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the opposition Labour Party, with early results showing that it sustained losses across England and in elections to the Scottish Parliament. While Labour led Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives after almost two-thirds of local councils in England declared results, Corbyn’s party lost seats in a set of elections that are generally used to punish the national government. In Scotland, where the pro-independence Scottish National Party was poised to score a third consecutive victory, Labour saw its vote share decline across the board in districts that were once its heartland as the Conservatives threatened to usurp it as the main opposition. Bloomberg's Alan Crawford reports the latest with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."