The Labour Party's autumn conference kicked off on Sunday (25 September) in Liverpool. Here's a list of what not to miss over the coming days.

Sunday, 25 September

09:00: Andrew Marr: Newly re-elected leader Jeremy Corbyn is expected to appear on the BBC show

11:00: Conference opening: Official opening by General Secretary Iain McNicol.

12:00 Party reform: Debate on policy making in the party.

14:15: Communities: Shadow energy secretary Barry Gardiner and shadow environment secretary Rachael Maskell among speakers.

16:00: Scotland and Wales: Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale and Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones among speakers.

Monday, 26 September

09:30: Foreign Affairs: Shadow Foreign and Brexit Secretary Emily Thornberry speaking.

10:30: Defence: Shadow Defence Secretary Clive Lewis will address the conference.

12:00: Economy: Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell will deliver his keynote speech.

Tuesday, 27 September

09:30: Public services: Shadow health secretary Diane Abbott and shadow education secretary Angela Rayner among speakers.

14:15: Tom Watson: Deputy Labour leader will deliver his speech.

15:00: Sadiq Khan: The Mayor of London will address the conference.

Wednesday, 28 September

10:30: Home Affairs: Shadow Home Secretary and Greater Manchester mayoral candidate Andy Burnham will address the conference.

14:15: Leader's speech: Jeremy Corbyn will give the end-of-conference leader's address.