The election has been lost and won but today's work isn't done for the Labour Party's NEC.
The National Executive Committee is meeting to decide whether or not to hold elections for the shadow cabinet. Earlier this month MPs backed a proposal to allow them to have a say. The MP who suggested the rule change, Clive Betts, said the measure would be "pragmatic". Mr Corbyn's supporters say the push for shadow cabinet elections is an attempt to curb his power.
ITV's Vincent McAviney spoke to the party's deputy leader before the meeting began - his response gave little away.