Angela Rayner vows to reconnect Labour with working class voters

Exclusive: deputy leader says party must do more to speak to people in low-wage jobs she grew up with

Labour has talked down to voters for too long Angela Rayner has said, in her first bid to assert her newfound authority as the party’s voice of the working class.

In an article for the Guardian, the deputy leader said Labour would invest tens of billions of pounds in green industries to boost jobs in areas where manufacturing has declined. The proposal, in her new brief on the future of work, is designed to be an answer to Labour’s critics who say the party has offered few bold new policies.

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