Jeremy Corbyn won a big victory tonight in his fight to stay on as Labour leader.
The party's ruling national executive voted in favour of his name being put on the ballot paper automatically.
Earlier in the day, Mr Corbyn revealed he had received death threats in the last few days and his challenger Angela Eagle had a brick thrown through her office overnight.
Our Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:
The shadow chancellor earned loud cheers as he launched an foul-mouthed attack on the MPs seeking to replace his friend Corbyn.
The MP for Pontypridd resigned as shadow work and pensions secretary last month in protest at Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
I now realise that my earlier description of the NEC meeting - as an omni-shambles - was generous.