To clarify Labour’s economic agenda to the public, its Shadow Business Secretary explains the technical policy changes: the party advocates for a more active state and greater economic freedom for working people, with Keir Starmer aiming to achieve the highest sustained growth in the G7.

O ne of Sir Keir Starmer’s most senior shadow ministers has claimed that the British public has yet to comprehend the full extent of Labour’s economic ambitions.

Shadow Business Secretary, Jonathan Reynolds, believes the party needs to explain how its series of technical policy changes will result in the transformative economy that Labour hopes to deliver, thereby becoming the most interventionist government in a generation.


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