JEREMY CORBYN will clash with his Shadow Home Secretary over immigration tomorrow as the Labour leader resists calls from within the party to propose reforms on free movement in Europe.
OJeremy Corbyn celebrates his victory following the announcement of the victor in the Labour leadership contest between him and Owen Smith at the ACC Liverpool.
Mr Corbyn will refuse to give ground to Labour MPs pressing him to take a tougher stance on migration, insisting he wants to "tackle the real issues" of immigration.
The party's deputy leader Tom Watson told local MPs, councillors and other long-serving party members that the fightback for the party would come from local government, and victory would come from the local government base.
"That is why I have been calling for a new code of practice for 12 months, finally the NEC. has agreed it, that now needs to be implemented and we need a proper code of practice and enforcement and resources to do it".
THE expected reshuffle of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet looks set to go ahead without Labour MPs being granted a vote on the make-up of the leader's top team.
The First Minister is understood to have told the NEC that the party in Wales is the most successful part of the Labour family but nationalists mock it as a "branch" office.
His victory means Mr Corbyn could be offered the chance to meet whoever is elected United States president in November whenever they make their first visit to Britain.
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Mr Corbyn was first elected Labour leader in September past year, when he got 59.5 per cent of the vote.
In a further sign of possible rifts, Corbyn's spokesman on home affairs, Andy Burnham, will urge Labour to be "the champions of a fair Brexit" when some leading Conservatives are backing a clean break with the European Union and its single market.
"They make the final decision, something I know Jeremy will bear in mind when developing Labour's manifesto".
He will say: "The central task for the whole Labour Party is to rebuild trust and support to win the next general election and form the next government".
He also claimed pressure group Momentum had the Labour party "by the throat".
John Ferrett has been a member of the Labour party for 27 years, but after Corbyn's re-election on Saturday, he has urged councillors to "create a new political party" as a "democratic alternative".
"What I say is that forty per-cent of the membership didn't vote for Jeremy".
He added: "That's the way we win people back, remind them that with power Labour can act on their priorities".