Leader of the Opposition
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| Leader of the Opposition |
|a title traditionally held by the leader of the largest party not in government in a parliamentary democracy.|
The Leader of the Opposition is an important role in a parliament.
|Document:The shortcomings of the EHRC Report||Statement||6 November 2020||Jewish Voice for Labour||There are just 12 mentions of Jeremy Corbyn in the EHRC report, of which only two concern actions taken by him. It is reprehensible not to distinguish between actions taken by individuals supportive of Corbyn and those taken by people hostile to him – such an omission leads to the impression that all failings were Corbyn’s responsibility.|