spiked-proposals

New Labour always claims to be a party that listens to 'ordinary people'. We commissioned a group of 'ordinary people' - including a doctor, three teachers, a youth worker, a scientist, two netheads and a first-time voter - to tell the government what kind of politics they would like to see during Labour's second term.

spiked

Share
Topics Politics

New Labour always claims to be a party that listens to ‘ordinary people’. We commissioned a group of ‘ordinary people’ – including a doctor, three teachers, a youth worker, a scientist, two netheads and a first-time voter – to tell the government what kind of politics they would like to see during Labour’s second term.

Mick Hume, spiked editor, said: ‘When the government is obsessed with voter apathy, these sixteen spiked-proposals outline the kind of politics that might be fit for people in the UK to support.’

Read the spiked-proposals

To enquire about republishing spiked’s content, a right to reply or to request a correction, please contact the managing editor, Viv Regan.

Share
Topics Politics

Comments

Want to join the conversation?

Only spiked supporters, who donate regularly to us, can comment on our articles.

Become a spiked supporter
Share