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The leader of the Labour Party has made his first visit to Cornwall since the General Election.
Jeremy Corbyn started his day at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Treliske, Truro.
He spent his time meeting staff, parents and babies at the site's new neonatal unit, before going on to attend a rally.
Two women from Bristol who spent election morning canvassing for the Labour party were told they couldn't enter the polling station to cast their own votes - because of their Labour t-shirts.
It's not permitted to wear party political clothing inside a polling station, but Sarah MacDonald and Jules Taylor were determined not to let anything stand in their way.
They simply took off their t-shirts and voted in their bras.
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Stroud saw the shock change of the night - with Labour's David Drew beating Conservative Neil Carmichael by just 681 votes.Read the full story ›
In 2010 Bristol North West changed hands to Conservative when Charlotte Leslie was elected. But, the constituency once again turned red.Read the full story ›
Two years ago Bath rejected the Lib Dems and took a chance on Conservative Ben Howlett. But last night the city went back to its old ways.Read the full story ›
After seven years as the Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport MP Oliver Colvile has been booted out by Labour.Read the full story ›
Hundreds have turned out to greet Labour's Shadow Education Secretary as she arrived in Swindon.
Angela Rayner was a last minute replacement for Jeremy Corbyn - he's pulled out of planned appearances in the West Country today after deciding to take part in a national TV debate.
But many in the crowd were unconcerned by the change, saying they were "here for the policies".
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