Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith will campaign in Liverpool later today.
His appearance in the city is seen by many as a move to undermine party leader Jeremy Corbyn, and an effort to reunite the party around him.
The Smith camp have identified Liverpool as a Corbyn stronghold.
His visit will see him attend the city's gay pride celebrations and meeting party officials at a special event.
His bid in "enemy territory" comes as Mr Corbyn holds another rally in Hull later on Saturday, as the two men slug it out for the Labour crown throughout the summer.
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A High Court judgement on the Labour Party's decision to guarantee Jeremy Corbyn a place on the party's leadership ballot is expected on Thursday.
Mr Justice Foskett says he has a lot of thinking to do. Will try to produce a written judgement on the Labour case on Thursday.
The claim was brought by party donor Michael Foster, arguing against a decision by Labour's National Executive Committee (NEC) to automatically include Mr Corbyn's name on the ballot because he is the incumbent leader.
A ruling in Mr Foster's favour could mean Mr Corbyn would need to show he had the backing of 51 MPs and MEPs in order to be included on the ballot.
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