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Reclaiming idealism: Entrepreneurial socialism and the case for a new clause IV

  • Date(s)
    3 November 2015
  • Time
    8.15am-10.00am
  • Location
    Policy Network, 11 Tufton Street, Westminster, SW1P 3QB
Reclaiming idealism: Entrepreneurial socialism and the case for a new clause IV

Jeremy Corbyn won the Labour leadership by attacking inequality and injustice. But how can Labour best achieve these goals?
 
In this wide-ranging speech, Liam Byrne will argue that the left must call time on neoliberalism, move beyond both old-style statism and New Labour and embrace a new entrepreneurial socialism.
 
Byrne will set out proposals for a new Clause IV that puts the fight against inequalities of power centre stage – and in place of top-down solutions of the past, Byrne will argue for a 21st century 'opportunity state' with a radical new approach to harnessing innovation and entrepreneurialism to increase people's economic, social and political power.

 

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