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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.
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.
Campaigners bounced the leadership into accepting a policy whose bolder proposals will be ignored.
Attempts to agree a compromise wording on the radical policy activists want to tackle the climate crisis look set for failure.
The resignation of the Labour leader's longstanding head of policy is something the party can ill afford ahead of an election.
Labour's ruling NEC is likely to approve a motion to abolish the party's deputy leader tomorrow – a move that will dominate this week's conference.
Labour is now the only party putting the unity of the nation ahead of narrow calculation and easy headlines.
The Prime Minister could conclude that the status quo is untenable and offer a new vote including a devo-max option.
The argument that Omar Salem could be dismissed because he was a Labour activist is familiar – and strange.