Sunday October 25, 2020

Back Room: Labour must learn that, after elections, numbers dictate everything

As the dust settles on the double reshuffle of recent weeks, Backroom believes there are some lessons to be learned across the political spectrum.

20th July, 2014

As the dust settles on the double reshuffle of recent weeks, Backroom believes there are some lessons to be learned across the political spectrum.

As the party whose leadership contest provided most impetus to the changes, Labour has most to learn, if its new strategists are minded to take note. First, and most importantly, they will understand that continuously telling the media in background briefings what you want and what you expect out of political...

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