We want Britain to be the world’s leading digital economy – and that means we need world-leading digital infrastructure.
There is so much to say in this debate: so much ground to cover. But in fact, I did not want the first word today, so I sat down with one of my colleagues who I felt should kick off today’s debate.
Our Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell.
One of the most exciting fronts in Labour’s renewal is the burgeoning debate about Englishness. Thanks to the work of politicians like John Denham and Jon Cruddas and thinkers like Jonathan Rutherford and Sunder Katwala, there is now an excellent line of argument pointing the way to how Labour re-attaches itself to a history, ideas, and a wellspring of inspiration that got lost somewhere in the new Labour days.
Lord Sugar’s enterprise revolution could create up to 800,000 new jobs around Britain, according to new figures published by Liam Byrne MP today.
The Apprentice star has been appointed by the Government to encourage more people to start their own business all over Britain.
This morning I was delighted to help launch Birmingham Labour's Positive Offer for Local Government ahead of the Council elections on Thursday 5th May 2016.
You can read a copy of the Positive Offer document by clicking on the link below.
I thought you might be interested in the following pamphlet following my Policy Network speech earlier this month on 'Reclaiming Idealism: Entrepreneurial Socialism and the Case for a new Clause IV'.