LABOUR members across North Staffordshire are choosing sides in the party's second leadership contest in a year.
While the speech itself reflected Corbyn's confidence that he will win the contest and remain as Labour leader, he struggled to respond to questions on how he would fix relations with his MPs, and whether he supported mandatory reselection.
And he is also tipped to win over the 183,000 people who registered their support this week - as well as the affiliated supporters in the unions.
He nevertheless remains popular with numerous rank-and-file party members who ultimately elect the leader and is the favorite with bookmakers to win the leadership contest, the result of which will be announced on September 24.
Reports have been rife throughout Mr Corbyn's tenure at the top of the party that Labour MPs could face mandatory reselection in their constituency before the next general election.
Those planning to attend the meeting are asked to take their membership card with them for potential verification.
"I regret the language that has been used by all of them".
Launching his leadership fightback, the Labour leader said it was the "responsibility of every Labour MP to get behind the party".
A High Court claim brought by Labour donor Michael Foster, a former parliamentary candidate, is now against one named defendant - the party's general secretary Iain McNicol, who is being sued in a representative capacity.
The Boundary Commission began work in February to make plans for a shake-up which will see the number of parliamentary constituencies cut from 650 to 600 in time for the 2020 general election.
"I think you have to respect the result of the referendum whether you welcome it or not", Corbyn told BBC Newsnight.
Incumbent Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to pledge to fight "five ills of 21st century Britain" as he launches his bid to retain his place at the top of the party.
Mr Corbyn defended his record as leader, noting that Labour had won all its byelections since he took over, as well as mayoral contests in London and three other cities. "I see it as a very hard challenge for him to face".
The Wallasey MP's local Labour party has already been suspended amid allegations of bullying and abuse, while a brick was thrown through a window of the building where Ms Eagle's constituency office is based after she announced her challenge to Mr Corbyn. "And I appeal to them to work together to put that case forward".
"I'm a committed devolutionist", he said, saying he thinks devolution should be extended across England.
Jeremy Corbyn's attempt to strike a contrast between his beliefs and those of his Labour leadership rival Owen Smith would have rather big implications or medical research in this country.
Mr Smith told Sky News he had received death threats and the problem of abuse had not been there before Mr Corbyn's leadership win.