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Analysis: The Labour leader delivered an assured performance but warned his upbeat party that the next election isn't in the bag.
Labour leader says fight to beat Rishi Sunak's "populism and conspiracy" has "barely begun".
The Labour leader was left covered in glitter following the incident.
The party leader will promise a "decade of national renewal" in his keynote speech to its annual conference in Liverpool.
The Labour leader said he wanted "a pragmatic plan that is actually going to fix this problem, not rhetoric".
Economic growth can happen “very quickly” under his government, says Labour leader.
Grant Shapps, Penny Mordaunt and Oliver Dowden are among those at risk.
TUC president Matt Wrack said the party must stop being "overly-managerial" if it wants to inspire voters.
Labour's annual conference is the party's leader's big chance to convince voters he should be PM.