UK's Labour Party holds annual conference

Party officials had aimed to present Labour as a government-in-waiting but the plan is being overshadowed by Brexit crisis.

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    The Labour Party is holding its annual conference in the English coastal city of Brighton.

    Party officials were hoping to present Labour as a government-in-waiting, with a snap election widely expected in Britain in the coming months.

    But that plan is being overshadowed by infighting over Brexit - with some senior figures pressing Jeremy Corbyn to campaign to remain in the EU.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Brighton.


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