Labour Party conference

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJeremy Corbyn: “As it stands, Labour will vote against the Chequers plan or whatever is left of it” Labour is “ready” to start work on a “radical plan to rebuild and transform our country”, Jeremy Corbyn has told his party conference in Liverpool.
The Labour leader vowed to end the “greed-is-good” culture that has dominated politics and “kickstart a green jobs revolution”.
“We represent the new common sense of our time,” he told the Labour faithful.
Mr Corbyn also offered to back Theresa May if she presented a “sensible” Brexit deal to MPs for approval.
But he said that Labour would oppose the PM's current plan “or whatever is left of it”, and vowed to fight any move to leave the EU without a deal.
Labour is hoping to force a general election if the final Brexit settlement is rejected by Parliament, and has not ruled out backing another referendum if one is not called.
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