The Labour leader ran a successful campaign, defying the polls. But can he ever make it to 10 Downing Street?
The Conservatives and Labour won an astonishing 82 percent of the vote in Thursday’s election, but Britain’s impending departure from the European Union could still cause a political earthquake
Theresa May, branded the 'Queen of Denial,' remains prime minister, but she might now be too weak to deal with Brexit, the terror threat and a deeply divided Britain
Theresa May is unlikely to remain prime minister for long after U.K. election ■ Corbyn had a successful night, even though it's highly unlikely he'll be able to form a 'progressive alliance' to win premiership
'Corbyn is a twat who believes in talking to terrorists,' one local tells Haaretz. But other members of the city's Jewish community have very different views
No one is predicting a Labour parliamentary majority – but there's one scenario in which Jeremy Corbyn could beat Theresa May and become prime minister
No one could have predicted a matchup as bizarre as the one staged by Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn ahead of Thursday’s United Kingdom election. It's no surprise this campaign has gone wildly off script
Not long ago, many Brits couldn’t imagine choosing a radical socialist like Corbyn as prime minister, but in the wake of terror attacks and a weak campaign by Theresa May, now they are not so sure.
Some radicals like him, some are party stalwarts, some are loath to see a Conservative government, and some believe a Labour parliament would house a wide variety of MPs
Analysis Days to Election, London Attack Turns Spotlight From Brexit to May's Failings on Britain's Security
In contest with war-on-terror critic Jeremy Corbyn, it is Theresa May who finds herself beleaguered by accusations of 'feet-dragging' over national security