Labour’s ‘Three Pillars for Change’


According to the Labour Party, its new policies under Jeremy Corbyn will be developed under the umbrella title “Three Pillars for Change”.

Here’s part of the Labour press release explaining them:

Jeremy Corbyn has the largest direct political mandate of any party leader in British history. There will be many debates about what this means for the changes the party must make in the light of Jeremy Corbyn’s mandate, but the parameters are built on three clear areas for change:

· The economy: a new approach based on growth and investment, rebalancing towards a more productive economy, not cuts and austerity that damage public services and growth;

· Britain’s place in the world: a recognition that our role needs to change – reflecting on the lessons of Iraq, the need for an emphasis on co-operation and conflict resolution;

· Participative politics: the old way of doing politics has alienated the public from the political system and from Labour – we need political reform and a new kind of politics that involves and engages people more directly.

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4 thoughts on “Labour’s ‘Three Pillars for Change’

  1. mohandeer

    It is unlikely that the right wing elitists will even understand the last pillar let alone pursue it. I’ll reserve judgement and see how Tory Lite translate the latter to mean. No compromise on EU or debate on Trident let alone a referendum so far, women must hold top slots or they’ll throw a huff, they’re doing brilliantly so far.

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