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The Labour conference ended in Brighton with a warning to the new leader Jeremy Corbyn: you won't win unless you listen to voters in the South East.
The conference ended with Mr Corbyn singing. Not the National Anthem - but the Red Flag. Our political correspondent Phil Hornby reports.
Appearing in his report: Peter Kyle MP, Hove, Lab, and Grace Dent, Maidenhead Labour Party.
Jeremy Corbyn is giving his maiden speech as Labour leader at the party conference in Brighton.
It's been a hotly anticipated appearance ever since his election as leader earlier this year, with huge queues gathering to take a seat in the conference hall.
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Huge queues have formed in Brighton as Labour party members gather to hear Jeremy Corbyn's maiden conference speech as leader.
Delegates have crowded into the Brighton Centre, lining up excitedly in corridors and in stairways ready for the the speech this afternoon.
Solomon Curtis, who stood for Labour in Wealden in May, supported Jeremy Corbyn in the leadership campaign. He's convinced Mr Corbyn can lead a Labour fightback in the South and South East.
One of the potential flashpoints of this week's Labour conference in Brighton won't now happen.
It had been expected delegates would vote on whether or not to scrap Trident, reigniting Labour divisions about nuclear weapons.
But union leaders who didn't want the issue raised have blocked it at a meeting where party bosses decide what's being debated this week.
The controversy hasn't gone away, of course. This is just a postponement. The decision will have to be faced. And everyone knows how important this issue is for the new leader Jeremy Corbyn, who has spent his life campaigning to get rid of nuclear weapons
Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby compiled a 'behind the scenes' look at the Labour Party conference in Brighton, with our Facebook followers in mind...
The MP for Southampton Test, Alan Whitehead, says Jeremy Corbyn's style will be very different from that of previous leaders. He says that's good news for Labour in the south.
Peter Kyle, the MP for Hove, made the first speech of the conference. He said Labour should take inspiration from Brighton and Hove, because they'd taken a parliamentary seat from the Tories, and won control of the council from the Greens.
The Labour Party conference has opened in Brighton - and all eyes have been on their new leader Jeremy Corbyn. Phil Hornby reports.
The leader of the Labour group on Medway Council, Vince Maple, says Jeremy Corbyn must speak to the whole nation, not just to Labour delegates, when he makes his big speech on Tuesday.
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There is an uneasy truce here in Brighton - but there could be some fierce battles ahead, says Political Correspondent Phil Hornby