The Pontypridd MP Owen Smith will today launch his bid to be the next leader of the Labour Party
The ex-shadow cabinet minister will set out his vision for the future direction of the party at his constituency.
Owen Smith has explained the reason he is standing is because of the party's peril of a "disastrous split" and he's not prepared to let that happen.
He added "it falls to a new generation of Labour MPs to step forward and secure Labour's future. I am the only person in this race than can do that."
He says he chose to launch his leadership bid in Pontypridd because his politics are rooted in the community.
This is the constituency I grew up in, where I went to school, where my kids go to school and I am deeply proud to represent Pontypridd in Parliament.
So I wanted to launch my campaign here, amongst the community which made me and to which I owe so much.
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