The new leader of the British Labour Party is set to repudiate and apologize for British participation in the U.S.-led coalition invasion of Iraq in 2003.

The move will take place at a Labour Party conference this weekend, according to The Independent, with the party distancing itself from a key part of former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair's legacy.

The U.K. contributed the second most resources of any country participating in the invasion and subsequent occupation, following the United States.

Jeremy Corbyn is the principal political antagonist of Prime Minister David Cameron of the Conservative Party, heading up "her Majesty's Loyal Opposition" in Parliament. Cameron voted for the Iraq war.

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