Keir Starmer: I’ll paint a picture of my vision in primary colours

Labour party leader says he might move away from his 10 campaign pledges

Keir Starmer has told Labour that it has to modernise and become “the party of the next 10 or 20 years” if it is to stand a chance of winning the next election, as he vowed to place winning above his popularity across the party.

In an interview with the Observer after a summer tour in which he met voters his party has lost in recent elections, the Labour leader said he would use the forthcoming annual conference to paint “in primary colours” the kind of country a new Labour government would champion.

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