Google 'Labour Leader' And The Party's Past Emerges

Google the phrase 'Labour leader' and faces and names from the party's not-too-distant past emerge.

Rather than current Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn, the search engine provides a grinning portrait of former prime minister Gordon Brown, next to Ed Miliband's name.

The obvious glitch can be replicated on mobile and desktop, both in the UK and elsewhere.

Corbyn's title and position are merely acknowledged in faint grey text underneath Brown and Miliband.


Google told HuffPost UK: "We've issued a three-line whip to get this fixed asap."

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