Jeremy Corbyn today tightened his grip over Labour as three of his hard-left allies were elected to the party's ruling body.
Jon Lansman, the founder of Momentum, and two left-wing activists will join the Labour national executive committee, which sets the party's official rules.
Among the centrists who were beaten by a two-to-one margin was comedian Eddie Izzard - known for losing every election he's ever contested.
The three new NEC members - all backed by the Labour Marxists group - are Mr Lansman, Manchester councillor Yasmine Dar and campaigner Rachel Garnham.
They won nearly 200,000 votes between them after appealing to the grassroots Labour members who signed up to the party because of Mr Corbyn.
After his victory was confirmed today, Mr Lansman crowed that it was a step closer to taking Labour back to its far-left 1970s past.
God help the nation if this rabble ever get elected. I remember the late 70's with constant strikes, rubbish in the streets, Nationalised industries bleeding the taxpayers dry and Britain being the "sick man of Europe". How anybody could be foolish enough to elect Labour in it's present state is beyond me.