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The Big Brexit Survey

We asked 21 Brexit questions to 80,000 people and the results were quite a mixed bag. 

Time for Labour to get on with it? On how Labour should position itself the most popular answer was to get on with it and work in the national interest (47%). On what to prioritise in negotiations the most popular response was to put sovereignty and borders first (48%).  Less than 6% thought we should prioritise the single market if it meant financial contributions and free movement. 

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Labour Press Andy McDonald MP comments on Transport for London’s decision to not renew Uber’s licence

Andy McDonald MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Transport, commenting on Transport for London’s decision to not renew Uber’s licence, said:

“All companies must play by the rules and adhere to high standards– particularly when it comes to the safety of passengers.

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Labour wants a "jobs-first" Brexit? Then back staying permanently in the customs union

As Labour’s annual conference approaches, much attention is rightly focused on Labour’s position on long-term membership of the single market. Less discussed is Labour’s current policy towards the customs union. Yet this is an issue around which most wings of the party could unite.

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LABOUR’S ELECTION MANIFESTO

Labour is not fighting an easy general election. As we all know, the polls have not been running in Labour’s favour, but they have been inaccurate before and they may be wrong again. There could still be some surprises, including a much better result for Labour than most people have been expecting. 

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Labour Future’s purpose is to steer the Labour party towards two key aims: reconnecting with the working class base, and reshaping the British economy towards a more manufacturing based, high wage, high job security, and resilient economy. Only by addressing these core issues can Labour win the support of the country.

Secondly, we must reshape the British economy towards a more manufacturing based, high wage, high job security, and resilient economy. We need a competitive exchange rate, and an environment that encourages long term investment over short term profiteering and asset sales.

Only by addressing these core issues can Labour win the support of the country.