Corbyn's performance in the election secures his position, but what are his previous opponents, and other leadership candidates, doing now?
At the start of May, the Conservatives dominated the local elections, but Andy Burnham won a key victory for Labour. What has he been doing while in office?
Labour’s divisions will become irreconcilable and the damage to the party terminal if it enters another year of bitter infighting after Jeremy Corbyn’s likely re-election, a senior shadow cabinet member has warned.
The shadow home secretary, Andy Burnham, has said he would not be afraid of “challenging or contradicting” national Labour policy if he were elected mayor of Greater Manchester in May 2017.
The Labour hopefuls to become mayors of Greater Manchester, the West Midlands and Liverpool are “committed to bringing social justice to the areas they hope to represent”, Jeremy Corbyn has said, as voting is set to close in the elections to select each candidate.
The votes to decide Labour’s nominees for mayoral elections in Liverpool and Manchester should be delayed because of problems sending out ballot papers, two of the candidates have said.
Politicians should not put an arbitrary cap on migration because numbers fluctuate according to the health of the economy, Andy Burnham has said. In a Guardian debate on the EU, the shadow home secretary gave a firm defence of the role immigrants play in the NHS and dismissed the idea of a fixed limit.
The mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, has criticised the shadow home secretary, Andy Burnham, for making comments that were “ignorant and insensitive” towards local government leaders.
Andy Burnham says young people in the north-west of England have it harder then their southern counterparts because other northerners “take the mickey” when they say they want to be a doctor, lawyer or politician.