Left-wingers have strengthened their hold on the Labour Party after winning a key vote of party members for posts on the committee organising the annual conference.
Seema Chandwani, the secretary of Tottenham Constituency Labour Party, and Billy Hayes, the former general secretary of CWU union, were elected to Labour's Conference Arrangements Committee in a one-member-one-vote election.
They were both backed by Momentum, the campaign group which supports party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
And they beat two established Labour politicians, former West Midlands MEP Michael Cashman and Nottinghamshire MP Gloria De Piero.
Mr Cashman and Ms De Piero were the incumbents in the role and were both backed by Progress, a campaign group representing the so-called "moderate" or "Blairite" wing of the Labour Party.
The Conference Arrangements Committee helps decide how Labour conference runs and what is debated. That means it can influence the future policies and direction of the Labour Party.
Its role may be particularly important in future years as the party debates changes to the rules for electing a new leader.
Proposed changes could reduce the influence MPs have in leadership elections, and this is seen as a way of making it easier to ensure a left-winger replaces Mr Corbyn when he eventually stands down.
The scale of the victory suggests Mr Corbyn and his supporters have overwhelming backing among party members.
The results were:
Seema Chandwani, 109,763 votes; Billy Hayes, 92,205 votes; Gloria De Piero, 55,417 votes, and Michael Cashman, 50,439 votes.
Under the rules, at least one woman had to be elected.