Takeaways from Labour’s Conference in Liverpool: there may be the possibility of a short-term truce which could get enough MPs back into the shadow cabinet to allow the Opposition to at least give the semblance of opposing. And, goodness, there is much to oppose – not least over the omnishambles which is now the government’s Brexit policy. There has to be some gesture about allowing MPs to elect at least part of the Shadow Cabinet in the future: and undertakings on re-selection. Any move by Momentum to oust any respected MP will be a declaration of war. And now the mainstream Labour MPs have to organise. Gaitskell did it in the early 1960s, with ODS, so must they. But to do it they’ve got to develop a coherent pitch, attractive to a younger constituency, and that for the moment is their problem.