The Labour conference is taking place in Liverpool and you might have heard not everyone completely agrees with each other after Jeremy Corbyn's re-election as leader.
Possibly the two most opposed groups are the left-wing and pro-Corbyn pressure group Momentum, and a centrist group closely associated with Tony Blair and New Labour called Progress.
Luckily, both groups held rallies on Monday near the main conference hall, so BuzzFeed News asked a random selection of people at each event to set out what Corbyn's priority should be with his new mandate.
So, what should Jeremy Corbyn do?
Jacqui Berry at the Momentum rally
"Re-select the plotters!"
Sharon Mintoff at the Progress rally
"Deal with the threats effectively."
Allan Challenger at the Momentum rally
"Stop the purges, lift suspensions, no vengeance, unite!"
Sarah Clark at the Progress rally
"Win the next general election!"
Rob Lugg at the Momentum rally
"To democratise the Labour party."
Dan Cousins at the Progress rally
"Address concerns head-on, not in generalities."
Harry Smith and Sarah Sach-Eldrige at the Momentum rally
"Get Blairites out and fight for socialist policies."
Darren Paffey at the Progress rally
"Listen to the country and find Labour a path to power."
Julian Todd at the Momentum rally
"Address real crisis of climate change."
Mike Wilkins at the Progress rally
"Create a progressive, patriotic platform for Labour."
Michelle and Meg Churchland at the Momentum rally
"All MPs should be prepared to stand by their true beliefs. If that means finding another route to take [or another] party this needs to happen."
Oliver Boyland at the Progress rally
"Win power for those who need a Labour government."
Jack Kellam at the Momentum rally
"Unite the party to come together and beat the Tories."
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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