LIVERPOOL, UNITED KINGDOM – SEPTEMBER 26: Labour Party leader Ed Miliband (L) chats with shadow Chancellor Ed Balls in a suite during the Labour Party Conference on September 26, 2011 in Liverpool, England. Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls was scheduled to give a keynote speech to delegates and announce a five point plan to boost jobs and economy later in the morning. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
This is a really interesting article from the Guardian and well worth a read.
Ten things we learned from the Labour party conference | Politics | guardian.co.uk.
Personally, I am not sure that the ten macro threads that the Guardian article has identified will help Labour to seriously widen its appal and win the next election.
What do you think?