Both Conservative and Labour MPs regard a contest next year as the solution to their problems.
The Labour peer and former Liberty director is expected to join Jeremy Corbyn's team next week.
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The leader's confident address will have impressed even his fiercest foes.
The Labour leader received a standing ovation.
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