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Carwyn Jones has described Jeremy Corbyn's re-election to the Labour leadership as 'a remarkable achievement.'
The First Minister offered his commiserations to the defeated challenger, the Pontypridd MP, Owen Smith and called for Labour to put its divisions behind it and 'work hard' to be become a 'functional' opposition again.
First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones has described Jeremy Corbyn's re-election as Labour leader as a 'remarkable achievement'.
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted that the Labour party remains united as he called for a "clean slate" following his re-election as leader.
He thanked voters for giving him "second mandate" in a year but told his defeated challenger Owen Smith they were "part of the same Labour family".
Mr Corbyn thanked his rival for a "good-humoured" debate, though he acknowledged that in a "passionate and often partisan" contest things were said on both sides that they had later come to regret.
But he added: "I will do everything I can to repay the trust and support, to bring our party together."
Jeremy Corbyn has won the Labour leadership contest with 313,209 votes to Owen Smith's 193,229.
Mr Corbyn saw off Welsh MP Owen Smith with 61.8% of the more than half a million votes cast in the contest.
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The Labour conference has voted to give the Welsh party more autonomy, despite opposition from supporters of Jeremy Corbyn.
Paul Flynn, the Welsh Labour MP appointed to the Shadow Cabinet after others resigned, wants them to return "with dignity and respect"