This week Labour has been hosting its annual conference in Liverpool. The event was packed with events, debates and policy announcements.
From our communities to our economy, from industry to our public services, Labour are committed to rebuilding Britain for the many, not the few.
Responding to the conclusion of the conference and speech by the Leader of the Opposition, Stephen Morgan MP said:
“Today Jeremy set out a clear vision for our country. Labour will rebuild Britain around the ideals and institutions that its people value most – education, safe communities, strong public services and a healthy economy.
This means properly funding schools so where you’re born doesn’t dictate where you end up. It means 10,000 more police officers to make our streets safe again. It means providing small and large businesses with the support and highly skilled workers they need to thrive.
But, as Keir made clear yesterday, it also means avoiding a disastrous Tory Brexit. It’s only right that we keep all options on the table when it comes to protecting the economy and peoples’ jobs. Labour takes Brexit seriously, and we’ll listen to the people, not Rees-Mogg and Johnson.
My party is offering change from this broken Tory Government. We’ll invest in renewable energy, skills, security, our NHS and invest in our regions.
Labour is ready to transform our great city’s communities and rebuild Britain“.