Beyond factionalism to unity: Labour under Starmer

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 4 (2020)

Beyond factionalism to unity: Labour under Starmer
Luke Martell, pages -

Abstract

The Labour leader has so far pursued a deliberately ambiguous approach to both party management and policy formation. But it would be more sustainable and electorally appealing to set out a substantive, inclusive and ambitious political platform, based on the democratic economy and Green New Deal – policies around which the party can unite both its own factions and a majority of the country.

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