The Labour party has garnered almost a million members following its General Election success.
Jeremy Corbyn’s party has picked up a further 150,000 members since Thursday bringing total membership numbers to 800,000.
The Conservative Party membership figures were just under 150,000 in December 2016.
Speaking on the Andrew Marr show this morning Mr Corbyn said the election signified a rejection of the “politics of fear” and said “we are ready any time” to govern.
“We have a chaotic situation with a government that sought reelection on the basis of wanting a bigger mandate and a bigger majority to bring stability to British politics.
“We are quite ready and able to put forward a serious programme that obviously has massive support in this country.”