Animated: Jeremy Corbyn speaks during the Labour leadership debate in Cardiff, August 4, 2016.

Animated: Jeremy Corbyn speaks during the Labour leadership debate in Cardiff, August 4, 2016.

It seems the Labour Party’s organisers have made yet another cock-up over the leadership election.

They have scheduled the announcement of the winner to take place on September 24 – the same day as the Labour Party Women’s Conference.

Why?

Surely they must have had it in their diaries already?

Mr Corbyn has written to Iain McNicol, the party’s now-overworked general secretary (all of his own making, unfortunately!) asking for the leadership announcement to be moved forward, to September 23.

Here’s the text of his letter:

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