Jeremy Corbyn easily secured his continued leadership of the Labour party today, easily beating off a challenge from Owen Smith by 313,209 votes to 193,229.
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Corbyn-supporting group announce plans to help single parents get involved in politics.
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The NASUWT has issued advice to members setting out their rights with regard to flexible working