Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has spoken to ITV Wales Political Editor Adrian Masters about the row over who chooses the Welsh and Scottish members of Labour's National Executive Committee.
Corbyn: 'There WILL be a Welsh member of [Labour] NEC. It's up to the party to decide how and who best represents the party in Wales.'
Corbyn on NEC seat row: 'it's a matter for the party in Wales and the NEC to come to an agreement and they will.'
Corbyn more: 'there's been a slight degree of exaggeration here. There's clear agreement Scotland & Wales shd be directly represented'
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