Right Keir, Right Now?

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After a bruising Brighton conference, has Keir Starmer strengthened his position as Labour leader? And did Rachel Reeves do enough to convince Britain that Labour can be trusted on the economy, green issues and value for public money? Our special guest, the Daily Mirror’s senior political correspondent Rachel Wearmouth, helps us to rate Starmer’s relaunch. Plus, what can we learn from a good old-fashioned fuel crisis? “The key job at a Labour conference is to look like you’re in control of the madness that is the world of Labour.” – Rachel Wearmouth “Troops on the street isn’t a good look – but the impression of things being done urgently in a crisis IS a good look.” – Alex Thomas “Conservative MPs have told me that if they lose the motorists, they lose the next election.” – Rachel Wearmouth “40,000 HGV drivers have left the UK in the last year - and most of them haven’t come back.” – Gemma Tetlow Presented by Bronwen Maddox with Gemma Tetlow and Alex Thomas. Audio production by Alex Rees. Inside Briefing is a Podmasters Production for the IfG. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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