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Labour leadership rule changes pass after last-minute Unison backing
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Labour conference: Delegates vote to back nationalising energy industry
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Strictly's Tom Fletcher and partner test positive
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Steve Coogan to play Jimmy Savile in BBC One drama
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News updated 26th September 2021 at 9:26pm
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