Amid uncertainty around commitments to net zero and infrastructure investment, the opposition set out its stall for the coming election. Daniel Gayne and Thomas Lowe report
There was a feeling going into this Labour conference in Liverpool that, after the chaotic fireworks of last week’s Conservative conference, it could be a rather dull affair.
In actual fact it was anything but, with the party finally announcing a suite of policies substantial enough to be considered a governing agenda as it sought to answer the question ‘why Labour?’.
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