Keir Starmer: How Labour will bring about a decade of renewal to get Britain’s future back

Keir Starmer on stage at Labour Party conference

A Labour government will deliver a Britain where people can be “certain that things will be better for your children”, Keir Starmer will promise in his speech to Labour Party Conference on Tuesday.

The Labour Leader will address delegates in Liverpool on the theme of getting Britain’s future back, saying: “We have to be a government that takes care of the big questions so working people have the freedom to enjoy what they love. More time, more energy, more possibility, more life. We all need the ability to look forward, to move forward, free from anxiety. That’s what getting our future back really means.”

And after 13 years of Tory Government, he will that “what is broken can be repaired, what is ruined can be rebuilt.”

A mission-led government can’t achieve this by involving itself in people’s lives, but by relieving people’s worries. “We should never forget that politics should tread lightly on peoples’ lives, that our job is to shoulder the burden for working people – carry the load, not add to it,” he will say.

“A Britain strong enough, stable enough, secure enough for you to invest your hope, your possibility, your future”, and one where people can be “certain that things will be better for your children.”

“People are looking to us because they want our wounds to heal and we are the healers. People are looking to us because these challenges require a modern state and we are the modernisers. People are looking to us because they want us to build a new Britain and we are the builders.” 

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