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Labour conference, in pictures

Labour conference, in pictures
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It's that time of the year again. As Labour conference kicks off in Brighton, the annual event has managed to attract a range of interesting characters – all with a common aim: true socialism.

With Labour leading in the polls, Mr S has been touring the conference centre and World Transformed festival to get a glimpse of what life would be like under Corbyn:

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Bye bye Sun[/caption]

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(Credit: Lucy Fisher)[/caption]

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A World Transformed display[/caption]

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Labour – a party for workers?[/caption]

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An anti-Brexit process[/caption]

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Laura Kuenssberg wins a starring role in a Corbyn comic (Credit: Sebastian Payne)[/caption]

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