Research: Red Shift report – Looking for a New England – September 2015

by Liam Byrne | 29.09.15 | in: Economics, Labour's future, Labour's policy review, National news, RedShift | Tags: , ,

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.

In case you were not able to attend the launch or have not had a chance to read the Red Shift report yet, you can read it here.

With best wishes,

Liam

 

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