Jeremy Corbyn has attempted to downplay the divisions within his top team one of his closest associates announced and criticized the leadership of the party.
Andrew Fisher's exit took place after a failed attempt to oust Deputy Chairman Tom Watson at the start of the work conference.
Mr. Corbyn said he got along well with both men, and Mr. Fisher was "extremely desperate" when he wrote a memo saying the Führer's office was "incompetent."
He said he would serve for five years if elected Prime Minister, adding, "Why should not I?"
On the second day of his conference, Labor reveals plans to scrap Ofsted and replace it with a new school inspection system.
Mr. Corbyn said the regulator was too "confident" and its supervisory system needed to be more "supportive" of schools and students.
Labor also promises to cut prescription fees in England if the party comes to power, which is equivalent to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, where they are already free.
In a far-reaching interview with Andrew Marr of the BBC, whose chairman dismissed the conversation that he might resign as Labor leader next year, or as "wishful thinking."
He also defended the party's Brexit policy, which will be discussed later, calling for him to come out clearly to stay in the EU rather than sit on the fence.
While most Labor supporters wanted to stay in the EU, he said the party must respect the outcome of the Brexit referendum and do more to understand why people voted to quit.
If Labor came to power, Labor would negotiate a new Brexit deal within three months, which would be presented to the people in a referendum within six months with the option of leaving or staying.
Mr Corbyn would not do that On what side would he resign and say, let's see, what new business he could negotiate with the EU.
He suggested, however, that he would eventually deal with the party members who would have been held at a special conference to solve the problem.
Before the Supreme Court ruled next week whether the suspension of parliament is lawful or not, he said if the judges found against Boris Johnson have to be recalled.
In this case, he said that he would take "immediate action" in Parliament with other opposition parties to put pressure on the Prime Minister.
But Conservative leader James Cleverly said Mr Corbyn could not say whether he would support Brexit, even if the party negotiated its own deal.
"Jeremy Corbyn can not even decide on the country's main problem, he would postpone Brexit until at least 2020, and even longer if the EU demands it."
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9659025] Corbyn was hit on Saturday when one of his aides, Political Affairs director Andrew Fisher, announced that he would resign his post at the end of the year.
He said he wanted to "spend more time" his young family, "but the Sunday Times claims he warned Mr. Corbyn he would not win the next parliamentary election and criticized the chairperson's position as" lack of professionalism "Competence and humane decency."
Mr. Corbyn paid tribute to Mr. Fisher, who helped draft the report The 2017 manifesto had raised concerns about the party's direction and talked about it in detail.
He said Mr Fisher was "extremely desperate" when he made the comments, indicating that it was the kind of disagreement in many jobs.
"He is a great colleague, he is a great friend. We get along very well. He has promised, whatever happens in the future, we will work together on political issues. "To oust Mr. Watson, Mr. Corbyn also said that he had not been informed in advance that the leftists in Labor's governing body would abolish the role.
The party is now being advised on the replacement of the single role by two MPs – one of whom will be a woman.
Mr. Corbyn, who has come into conflict with his deputy over the Brexit, said he was with him " absolutely fine "and suggested that his intervention had" put the problem to bed ".