Tom Watson has been elected as the new deputy leader of the Labour party.
He won 50.7 per cent in the third round, with 198,962 votes.
In the first round, he won 160,852 votes, representing 39.4 per cent. Ben Bradshaw was eliminated after coming lowest.
In the second round, Angela Eagle was eliminated. Watson won 170,589 - 42.2 per cent - of the total 408,470 votes cast in the election.
Labour members are gathered at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre in London, where the result of the leadership election is due to be declared shortly.
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