Jeremy Corbyn, the leftist leader of Britain's Labour Party, has repeatedly beaten the odds in his long political career and he appears to have done so again with an unexpectedly strong result in the UK's national election.
He was the main winner of that election performing a lot better than many of his critics and the polls have suggested he would
Drawing comparisons to Bernie Sanders in the United States, Corbyn on the campaign trail railed against the establishment and harnessed public angst over Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership in turbulent times.
But what's next for the leader? And is the UK ready for a change in its policies?
In this episode of Talk to Al Jazeera we sit with the veteran politician to talk about Brexit the Grenfell Tower and Corbyn's take on the Gulf crisis.