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By Elizabeth Piper LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Armed with 10 new policy pledges, Britain's main opposition Labour Party is ready to rebuild trust and win the next election, even if the ruling Conservatives call one for next year, leader Jeremy Corbyn will say on Wednesday. After winning election as leader for the second time at the weekend, Corbyn will call on his deeply divided party to "end the trench warfare", his spokesman said, and unite to challenge Prime Minister Theresa May's government. Corbyn, a veteran peace campaigner, will call on lawmakers to rally around his new agenda, or 10 policy pledges, which include one for full employment, action to secure an equal society, and public ownership and control of services.
TORONTO (AP) — International Ice Hockey Federation President Rene Fasel feels better about the chances of having NHL players compete at the 2018 Olympics in South Korea than he did earlier this year. The league doesn't sound nearly as confident and may be looking six years ahead to China instead.