The Labour party will "tackle the real issues of immigration" and "not offer false promises" on the issue, leader Jeremy Corbyn has promised.
While admitting that "immigration can certainly put extra pressure on services", Mr Corbyn said his party "will not sow division by fanning the flames of fear".
We will act decisively to end the undercutting of workers’ pay and conditions through the exploitation of migrant labour and agency working which would reduce the number of migrant workers in the process.
And we will ease the pressure on hard pressed public services - services that are struggling to absorb Tory austerity cuts, in communities absorbing new populations...
That is the Labour way to tackle social tension investment and assistance, not racism and division.
The Conservative party has been accused of 'gerrymandering' by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn over proposed changes to constituency boundaries which could lead to few Labour MPs.
Mr Corbyn said the proposed savings from removing 50 MPs would be "dwarfed" by the extra 260 peers former Prime Minister David Cameron appointed while in office.
He added that the proposals are being pushed forward by Prime Minister Theresa May who "was elevated to her job without a single vote being cast."
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has addressed the anti-Semitism row which has recently dogged the party.
Calling racism against Jewish people "an evil" he said, "this party always has and always will fight against prejudice and hatred of Jewish people with every breath in its body."
Mr Corbyn added: "The party must be a safe and welcoming space for everybody and we will continue to take firm action against abuse and intimidation".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has made an impassioned plea for the party to unite in his closing speech at the party conference in Liverpool.
Speaking to a packed conference Hall, Mr Corbyn said the party would only be able to "fight the Tories" if it worked together.
Winning justice for all and changing society for the benefit of all is at the heart of what Labour is about.
So yes, our party is about campaigning and it’s about protest too.
But most of all it’s about winning power in local and national government, to deliver the real change our country so desperately needs.
That’s why the central task of the whole Labour party, must be to rebuild trust and support to win the next general election and form the next government.
He said it had been "a testing time for the whole party" but quoted murdered Jo Cox when he added: "We have far more in common with each other than things that divide us".
Andy Burnham is leaving the shadow cabinet to focus on his campaign to become the next mayor of Greater Manchester.
The shadow home secretary and former leadership contender told the Labour Party conference: "It is time for me to turn my full focus to Greater Manchester.
"That's why I can tell you all first today that I have asked Jeremy to plan a new shadow cabinet without me, although I will of course stay until it is in place.
"I have given my all to this Party and always put its interests above those of factions and personalities. And I have given exactly the same loyalty to all four of the Labour leaders I have served."
The mayoral election will take place in 2017 at the same time as scheduled local elections in May.
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