Last week we asked you to send us your “Ideas for electability”, and we’ve had a fantastic response so far. Thanks to everyone who sent in their sugegstions, and congratulations to Tom Sacold, who wins a copy of The British General Election of 2010. There are plenty more ideas to come over the next few weeks – and we’ll be asking you to vote for your favourite idea too. So far this week we’ve had:
- Cat Smith thinks we can provide a better quality of life for older people: “Linking state pensions to the National Minimum Wage”
- Anthony Painter wants Labour to become economically credible again: “Rebuilding Labour’s reputation on the economy”
- Tim Nicholls argues for a financial transcation tax to help at home and abroad: “Let’s make a Robin Hood Tax a reality”
- James Doran thinks that working people deserve the right to ownership: “The right to own”
- Alex Williams suggests that secondary school education should be based on ability, not age: “A complete restructure of secondary education”
If you think you have an idea for something that would make Labour more electable, more popular, and more likely to form the next government – write an article on the subject and send it to us.
Let’s show that the Labour movement is full of fresh, exciting ideas.