During the Labour leadership election, Keir Starmer warned against the party lurching to the right. Five months into his leadership and it remains unclear where he plans to take Labour policy. Polls show that a large majority of members want the party to continue supporting a radical economic agenda and progressive domestic and foreign policy reforms. What should Labour’s priorities be in the coming years and what can we do to ensure the party goes into the next election committed to transformative policies that address the multiple crises of our time?
Deborah Hermanns is one of the founders of The World Transformed and now sits on the Momentum NCG representing the London region. She helped run the Forward Momentum campaign. Previously she was an organiser for the National Campaign against Fees and Cuts.
Nadia is the Labour MP for Nottingham East, and a former care worker.
Co-chair of Momentum and West Midlands FBU Regional Secretary
Acting Director of Labour Together