In a vote taken by Thurrock Labour party members, 27 voted in favour of Jeremy Corbyn, and eight members voted for Owen Smith.
Mr Corbyn said that the pledges were "not the Ten Commandments" and would be open to further consultation.
He said: "Jeremy now has an even bigger mandate than before leading the largest party in the United Kingdom and largest European left wing party, something I am proud to be a part of".
Mr Corbyn will also call on his MPs to accept his leadership, end their "trench warfare" and work together against the Tories.
"Clearly there are diverse views in the party on issues in the Middle East, but there is unity in the party in opposing any form anti-Semitism, any form of racism, in the party", Corbyn said.
They suggest that under Corbyn, Labour could attract up to 32 per cent of the vote, 11 per cent who said they would definitely vote for the party and 21 per cent who said that they would consider it.
In June, Mr Perkins said Mr Corbyn was "not destined" to become Prime Minister and stood down as Shadow Armed Forces Minister.
"We have to turn round our dire opinion poll ratings and take on this right-wing, failing Tory Government".
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Promises included a "real living wage" worth £10 an hour or more, a new National Education Service to be funded by levies on business, a £500 billion National Investment Bank, the renationalisation of railways, one million new homes and a foreign policy with "peace and justice at its heart".
Quoting the maiden speech of former Labour MP Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed to death earlier this year, Mr Corbyn said: "Always remember in our party, we have much more in common than that which divides us". "Labour is preparing for a general election in 2017, we expect all our members to support that effort, and we will be ready whenever it comes".
He is clear that he has a mandate not just to helm the party but to set its priorities.
He will say: "Labour must face up fully to this fact: millions of our lifelong supporters voted to leave the European Union and voted for change on immigration".
However, when probed about whether he agreed there was a comparison to be made in the sense that both had broken expectations, he said: "Leicester City did previous year".
To be a true Leader of the Opposition he needs the strongest frontbench team possible. But critics said he should extend an olive branch by allowing MPs to elect the shadow cabinet and stamping out any threat of de-selections for those seen as disloyal.
This is his chance for him to show that he wants Labour to remain the broadest church possible.