Posts in the category of: Labour’s policy review

Labour Renewal for the Fourth Industrial Revolution – My piece for Progress

by Liam Byrne | 22.01.16

Dear friends, I thought I would share with you an article I wrote for Progress on Labour renewal. You can read the piece below: Labour Renewal for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Just as the Labour movement was born in the giant factories of the Victorian age, so we will be reborn in the giant networks […]

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Policy Network Speech in Infographics

by Liam Byrne | 04.11.15

Dear friends, Yesterday I delivered a speech to Policy Network on entrepreneurial socialism, tackling inequality and the case for a #NewClause4. You can read the speech here. You can also see below my speech in six infographics:   1) Britain 2015: More Super Rich. More Super Poor.                     […]

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Red Shift report launch at Labour Conference

by Liam Byrne | 29.09.15

Dear friends, Yesterday, Shabana Mahmood MP, Nic Dakin MP, Cllr Caroline Badley and I launched the very first Red Shift report ‘Looking for a New England’ at Labour Party Conference. Here are a few pictures from the launch:     In case you were not able to attend the launch or have not had a […]

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Labour Leadership and Deputy Leadership Hustings come to Birmingham – TOMORROW – Saturday 27 June 2015

by Liam Byrne | 26.06.15

  Dear friends,   In just a couple of months’ time we will be casting our votes for the next Leader and Deputy Leader of the Labour Party.   Before voting opens, our Leadership and Deputy Leadership candidates are being put to the test in a series of hustings events being held across the country. […]

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Liam Byrne welcomes Royal Society’s ‘Vision’ report on Maths and Science Education – 26 June 2014

by Liam Byrne | 27.06.14

  Dear friends,   I wanted to let you know about the Royal Society’s excellent Vision report for science and mathematics education. You can access the full pdf copy here.   Published on Thursday, just two days after our science green paper, this is an insightful reminder of the kind of ‘supply line’ of science […]

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One Nation Labour’s Plan for Science – 24 June 2014

by Liam Byrne | 24.06.14

  Dear friends,   This morning I will be sharing our Green Paper on Science entitled – ‘Agenda 2030: One Nation Labour’s Plan for Science.’   If we are to build an opportunity economy with high skilled jobs and the wages to go with them then science and innovation have to be central to our strategy. […]

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‘Inclusive Growth’ – My speech to the Oxford Martin School – 5 June 2014

by Liam Byrne | 05.06.14

Download PDF here View my slides here Watch my speech on YouTube here ———————————————————————————- Inclusive Growth: How New Ambitions and New Alliances Can Rebuild the Opportunity Economy Speech to Oxford Martin School Rt Hon Liam Byrne MP Thursday 5th June 2014   It’s a real pleasure to speak here at the Oxford Martin School today. In […]

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Is there a new centre-ground and how does Labour win it?

by Liam Byrne | 17.05.12

My speech to Progress Annual Conference on Saturday 12 May.

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Keep centre

by Liam Byrne | 02.02.12

30 January 2012 In the 1990s, progressives learned an important lesson about how to win elections: we built wide coalitions; we held firm to traditional values; but we freed the political mind for new solutions, new methods, new ways of doing business. We kept our philosophy. But we changed the policy. We forged a new […]

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Our policy review: next steps

by Liam Byrne | 01.10.11

At conference this year we published four reports which draw together what we heard from the public over the last year, and some of the emerging conclusions and findings from the shadow cabinet-led policy groups. These documents will now form the foundations of our policy work over the next year. If you’d like to debate […]

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