Jeremy Corbyn used a speech at Durham Miners' Gala today to call for unity within the Labour party, as Angela Eagle announced she would be challenging him for the leadership.
Mr Corbyn had great support at the 'Big Meeting' of trade unions and mining associations, which was staged for the 132nd time, with up to 150,000 people expected to attend.
There was controversy though - with a number of local MPs who had opposed him disinvited from the platform in Durham.
Tom Sheldrick reports:
Drivers are being warned to keep roads in Durham city clear or face the risk of having their cars towed away.
Durham Miners’ Association tells ITV Tyne Tees tomorrow's Gala is more important than ever, as Jeremy Corbyn meets Labour's grassroots.
Durham Police are warning drivers their cars could be removed if they flout parking restrictions at this year's Durham Miners' Gala