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UK ○ Jeremy Corbyn ■ Leader of the opposition Labour Party in the UK. Elected in 2015. His election as leader was controversial even within the party. Has tried to make Question Time far less theatrical by allowing regular citizens a chance to submit questions. ○ The Labour Party ■ Roughly equivalent to the U.S. Democratic Party regarding ideals. Was last in power in 2010 with Gordon Brown. ■ Collective Identity: urban; unionized working-class; lower class ■ Major Positions: left, emphasis on social services, multiculturalism ■ economically liberal (in the American sense) ○ The Conservative Party ■ Headed by David Cameron-PM ■ Also referred to as the Tory Party. ■ Proposing to leave or dramatically alter relations with the EU ● want to make their own choices regarding immigration and trade ■ Collective Identity: upper-class but now has more cross-cutting appeal; business-friendly; traditionalists; south ■ Major Positions: center-right, pro-business, fiscal austerity, Euroscepticism, military ■ Want Scotland to stay ○ Liberal Democrats ■ Collective Identity: more middle class; cross-cutting appeal ■ Major Positions: center-left, liberalism, fiscal responsibili