Labour's Party Conference begins in Brighton

Labour's conference began in Brighton on Sunday - its first under new leader, Jeremy Corbyn.

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Corbyn told: Listen to voters in the South East

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.


Trident vote will not take place at Labour conference in Brighton

Delegates will not vote on Trident Credit: ITV

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


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