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Jeremy Corbyn has led from behind on the issue — and boxed himself into a tricky corner as a result.
After a lacklustre conference, this morning's Supreme Court ruling allowed the Labour leader to frame his speech as an attack on the Prime Minister.
The party is now committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2030 – in a major victory for the Fire Brigades Union.
Long-Bailey received the warmest response of conference so far as she highlighted her socialist credentials.
The Labour leader has called on Boris Johnson to "consider his position".
The Labour leadership hopes that it has recovered the art of picking fights.
The shadow Brexit secretary strayed from his brief and stressed his Corbynite bona fides on economic and foreign policy.
Jeremy Corbyn's preferred policy of neutrality won the day - but the real victor is likely to be Jo Swinson.
Activists in both parties are worried about the course their leaders have set out. But they judge that the consequences of rejecting it are worse.
The applause (or lack thereof) says more than the speeches.
Labour's ability to form a government that will implement the shadow chancellor's sweeping reforms will have very little to do with the content of reforms themselves.