Labour's Plan For Power
Tiedot Labour's Plan For Power
Armed with a consistently large lead in the opinion polls and a string of by-election successes, Britain's Labour Party looks closer to power than it has done for 13 long years.
But with many voters effectively now looking over Rishi Sunak’s shoulder, more and more people are asking a blunt question: ‘What would Keir Starmer actually do if he wins the next election?’
While the party has started to sketch out its plans for government, for some there is still a frustrating lack of answers. This is a special i podcast series that aims to shed some light on that very question.
We’ll talk to independent experts about what Labour could do in office, and to politicians about what it should do.
We’ll hear from the people writing Labour policy - and who will sit in Starmer's first cabinet if he gets the keys to Number 10.
This fortnightly series will cover the party’s plans for the economy, for the NHS, for tackling the north-south divide and for life after Brexit.
Presented by Paul Waugh i Chief Political Commentator.
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