A Welsh Conservative spokesperson has described Jeremy Corbyn's re-election as 'another chapter in the protracted saga of the Labour party's decline' and predicted 'more infighting, more division, more chaos.'
The spokesperson added that Mr Corbyn's leadership causes big problems for Welsh Labour.
For Carwyn Jones, Corbyn’s re-election is the devil’s luck. He has steadfastly refused to back him and once even suggested he should stand down.
The two men agree on very little and Corbyn is rumoured to have drawn up a so-called ‘hit list’ of Welsh Labour officials who opposed his re-election, so a Sword of Damocles now hangs over Labour’s future in Wales.
Labour remain disunited, chaotic and incapable of forging a better future for Wales and the UK. It’s crystal clear that only the Conservatives, led by Theresa May, can deliver a country that works for everyone - not just the privileged few.
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"
Welsh Labour could get more autonomy from the UK party. A package of measures could be passed at the party's conference in Liverpool