Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn have topped the poll for key positions on the executive committee of the Brighton, Hove and District Labour Party.
Mark Sandell, former president of the West Sussex NUT (National Union of Teachers), was elected chair, beating Mark Jackson by 376 votes (62 per cent) to 224.
Chartered accountant and Withdean branch member Claire Wadey was voted in as treasurer, beating John Warmington. She won 374 votes (61 per cent) to Mr Warmington’s 226.
Journalist Greg Hadfield, who chairs the Patcham branch, saw off Edward Crask to become secretary by 393 votes (65 per cent) to 213.
And former councillor and independent tax adviser Anne Pissaridou, with 391 votes (64 per cent), becomes vice chair for campaigns, having beaten Nicky Easton, with 204 (33 per cent).
Separately, Christine Robinson was elected unopposed to become vice chair for membership.
Mr Corbyn is likely to face a formal challenge to his leadership from Angela Eagle tomorrow (Monday 11 July).
— Hands Off Corbyn (@HandsOffCorbyn) 9 July 2016
— Greg Hadfield (@GregHadfield) July 9, 2016