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Jeremy Corbyn just delivered his best ever speech — but some important things were missing

Jeremy Corbyn just delivered a rousing speech to close the Labour Party conference in Liverpool. Corbyn was re-elected the party's leader on Saturday after receiving 61.8% of the vote, defeating challenger Owen Smith. Speaking to a packed hall of MPs, members, and supporters on Wednesday, the Islington North MP claimed Labour had an "electoral mountain" to climb but said the party's main focus was winning "power" at the next general election.
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