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  • Murphy launches Scottish Labour’s workplace manifesto

    Scottish Labour today launched their workplace manifesto, concentrating on protecting and extending workers’ right. Leader Jim Murphy used the opportunity to highlight the party’s pledges on raising the minimum wage and abolishing zero hour...

  • Umunna wants Michael Heseltine’s input if Labour win in May

    Chuka Umunna, Shadow Business Secretary, has said he hopes Michael Heseltine will advise Labour if the party win in May. In an interview with the Guardian, Umunna said the former Conservative deputy PM and minister, who was responsible for urban policy...

  • Labour take 12 point lead in the capital

    The latest YouGov survey for the Evening Standard is out and Labour are still ahead of the Tories in London by a significant amount: they’ve got a 12 point lead. This is down by one point since the YouGov last did this poll in March, however it...

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