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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Here's what Labour supporters in Swindon had to say about Mr Corbyn:
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Labour supporters have gathered in Bristol awaiting the announcement of the party's new leader.
The party is set to announce the results of the leadership contest between Jeremy Corbyn and challenger Owen Smith imminently.
Mr Corbyn, who is widely expected to win the contest, has called on MPs to rally around whoever is elected by the party's members.
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The messages of support for the Labour leader were written in the sand across Cornwall.Read the full story ›