Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he wants the party the "come together" despite the ongoing uncertainty over his leadership.
Mr Corbyn, who is attending this year's Durham Miners' Gala, has faced a major rebellion from MPs after losing a motion of confidence and scores of politicians resigning from his front bench.
The Durham Miners' Association withdrew its hospitality luncheon invitations to Labour MPs in the North East who resigned their shadow cabinet positions in protest of Mr Corbyn’s leadership.
Mr Corbyn told ITV News that some of his MPs were going through "an interesting phase in their political debate".
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