Labour councillor Anayat Mohammed, who represents Spring Gardens and Utley ward, was among the group present at Westminster earlier this month when Jeremy Corbyn faced David Cameron.
Corbyn recently commented that former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair should stand trial on charges of war crimes if the evidence suggests he broke global law in 2003 over what Corbyn called the “illegal war”.
In my view, God save the Queen is a dreary national statement that only celebrates the Anglo-German family of benefit scroungers living rent-free at the top of the Mall.
However Mr Stockdale said those backing Mr Corbyn are, to borrow Mandelson’s phrase, also in it for the “long haul”, backed by massive grass roots support.
These are interesting times for Labour and I am looking forward to some lively debates on what direction the party should take under our new leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Mr Donaldson said: “Nothing Jeremy Corbyn says about Northern Ireland is going to be helpful or is designed to be helpful”.
Defence spokesman Brendan O’Hara said: “The pressure will be on the Labour Party to clarify their position and whether or not they support their leader and whether they will work with the SNP in opposing spending £100 billion on Trident’s replacement”.
The conference will decide on Sunday whether to hold a vote on the renewal of Trident – one of the most divisive issues in the party.
The anti-austerity stance which helped propel Mr Corbyn to the leadership of the party has led to critics – including the Conservatives – to claim Labour can not be trusted with running the economy.
Mr Corbyn will head straight from the party’s conference to Scotland, scene of Labour’s general election mauling, for a day of campaigning on Thursday.
Corbyn’s most serious challenge, aside from a “frenetically hostile media“, will come from his own MPs.
As one said, “we’re used to having leaders who are forensically focused on campaigning, who think constantly about strategy, the message they want to deliver…”
The Lib Dem leader said a series of mistakes under predecessor Nick Clegg contributed to a “devastating” result in May which left the party with just eight MPs.
Speaking to The Guardian, Mr McDonnell said: “We accept we are going to have to live within our means and we always will do – full stop“.
The review will be formally announced by shadow cabinet minister Angela Eagle at the conference and will also look at the “use of technology” in the policy-making process.
Delivering the event’s keynote speech, he said: “Make no mistake: our support in the Midlands is frighteningly brittle among the white working class – as it is in many areas across the country where UKIP are on the march”.