Labour will unveil plans to scrap Ofsted and replace it with a new school inspection system on day two of its party conference – but debate over its Brexit stance is set to continue.
As part of a focus to “rebuild” public services, it will also pledge to end NHS prescription charges in England.
It comes after the first day of the conference was overshadowed by a failed bid to oust deputy leader Tom Watson.
Labour was also dealt a fresh blow after one of Jeremy Corbyn’s senior aides, head of policy Andrew Fisher, revealed he will quit his post by the end of the year.
He said he wanted “to spend more time with his young family”,