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Just as Sir Kea Sturmer vowed to continue to challenge anti-Semitism within the Labor Party, he vowed that Labor would never again be a party devoted to protest, under former leader Jeremy Corbyn. attacked the party’s stance.
About 600 people gathered at the London Labor Party’s annual meeting in the capital’s Tower Bridge on Saturday to hear the party leader’s assessment of how the party has changed in his nearly three-year term.
With about two years until the next general election, Lord Kiel said:
“We must point to the changes we have made. We must say that Labor will never again be the party to the protests and not the public service.
“Labor will never again fail to see that economic stability is the foundation of all our ambitions.
“Labour will never again allow hate to spread unchecked. We are ready to change the party and change Britain.”
With his sights set on the next general election in a few years’ time, he warned party members not to become “complacent” and urged them to “fight for every vote.”
He barely mentioned Rishi Sunak and the Conservative Party, but emphasized the need for economic credit and stability.
“Last year’s lesson is clear,” he said.
He argued that “sound funds in our finances” were important, and said the party “must be bold in reforming, rebuilding and reviving the nation.”
“That’s what the British people expect from a Labor government and we’ll deliver it,” he said.
Referring to past accusations of anti-Semitism within the party, Lord Kiel told the delegation: “Never again” never stops. “
He said Labor needed to make it clear that it was “a party fit to serve the country”, adding: That is why anti-Semitism had to be torn to its roots. “
He scathingly criticized the current NHS crisis – long waiting lists, ambulance delays, and trouble getting GP appointments – and said that Labor was “slashing the cost of the largest NHS training program in history.” I was planning on paying the full price,” he said.
“We cannot allow a stubborn plaster politics to destroy our NHS,” he said.
Members of Parliament from Holborn and St Pancras said Shadow Cabinet members, council leaders, GLA members and the Lord Mayor of London were at the meeting to say that work would be a “fairer, greener and more dynamic country.” I vowed to realize.
The Conservatives called Lord Kiel “weak” after his speech.
Prime Minister Oliver Dowden of the Duchy of Lancaster said: Hollow.
“Sturmer is too weak and indecisive to make the tough decisions needed to strengthen Britain.”