- Corbyn himself led the celebrations of the party’s annual conference in Brighton
- The teetotal party leader was joined by senior members of his shadow cabinet
- The boozy party came just a day after top MPs embraced the ‘Diversity Nite’ bash
Jeremy Corbyn and his top team last night cut loose at the final party of the Labour conference in Brighton.
A boozy karaoke party hosted by the Daily Mirror ran late into the night and was graced by Mr Corbyn, his deputy Tom Watson and senior shadow ministers Emily Thornberry.
The party finally broke up at around 3am – just hours before Mr Corbyn was due at the podium for his main speech.
The raucous party capped Mr Corbyn’s most successful conference as leader which despite seeing a bitter anti-Semitism row has seen him consolidate his position.
Jeremy Corbyn (pictured during the Mirror party last night) and his top team last night cut loose at the final party of the Labour conference in Brighton
Shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth and shadow education secretary Angela Rayner were pictured belting out karaoke songs (pictured)
Deputy leader Tom Watson (left) and shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry (right) also graced the boozy late night party with their attendance
Labour’s top names were out and about for a second night running after gracing the wild ‘Diversity Nite’ party hosted by controversial MP Keith Vaz on Saturday.
Mr Corbyn addressed last night’s party in Brighton despite needing to prepare for his main speech as leader this afternoon.
His appearance will anger some after he sent his apologies to a Labour Friends of Israel fringe meeting at which he could have condemned anti-Semitic remarks by activists.
Shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth and shadow education secretary Angela Rayner were pictured belting out Don’t Look Back in Anger on karaoke.
Emily Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary, was spotted slipping away from the party after 2am.
Trade union chiefs, including TUC leader Frances O’Grady performed Sweet Caroline.
Activists even danced to the Blair-era Labour anthem of Things Can Only Get Better.
Ms Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary, was spotted slipping away from the party after 2am (pictured)
Mr Corbyn addressed last night’s party (pictured) in Brighton despite needing to prepare for his main speech as leader this afternoon
Mr Ashworth was spotted leaving Brighton’s Revolution bar in the early hours after teetotal Mr Corbyn addressed the party