Labour deputy leader Tom Watson survives attempt to oust him
Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has survived an attempt to oust him but his post will be reviewed.
A bitter row about Mr Watson's position overshadowed the start of Labour's party conference in Brighton.
Labour's ruling National Executive Committee had been expected to vote on a motion to abolish the post in a meeting on Saturday.
But following an intervention by party leader Jeremy Corbyn, the potentially explosive vote did not take place.