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Labor leader Keir Starmer will try to frame next general elections as battle for in the economy by announcing on Monday, what the Labor government’s priorities would begrowth, growth as well as growth”.

Echoing Tony Blair’s statement in 1996 what it main the priorities will be “education, education and education,” Starmer is expected to say. in big speech in Liverpool that “no problem more the main thing in my ambitions for Great Britain than does the country and its people better off. That’s why I clear Labor will fight in next elections on economic growth”.

He will outline plans for a new industrial strategy advice created on legal basis to become a “permanent part of of landscape that sets out strategic national priorities outside the political cycle; keeps us take account of for our decisions; and builds confidence for investors who will contribute to the long term growth and performance.”

He will say pandemic and cost of the crisis of life showed that the British economy in this is current the condition is too “fragile”.

The speech came amid forecasts that the UK economy growth will stagnate next year, with consumer price inflation at 8.2% for in year to June, and a conservative leadership contest that led to violent clashes over in economy, with Rishi Sunak describes Liz Truss plans borrow billions to finance tax cuts as a “fairy tale.”

However, Starmer also facing a challenge from left of his party, with Rebecca Long-Bailey, shadow business secretary led by Jeremy Corbyn calling on Sunday for Work hard to drop his cautious approach to economy as well as fight on a radical manifesto including state ownership and a standard of living treaty between government and public.

Starmer tried to portray Labor as party of financial prudence and say: “With me and with Rachel Reeves [the shadow chancellor]you will always get sound finance; careful spending; strong, safe and fair growth. There will be no magicmoney- tree economy with us”.

Long Bailey Presents Thinking on in left of in party that is concerned Starmer may abandon interventionist policies like public ownership of utilities, which she claims help with in cost of life crisis.

Starmer’s speech is not positioned as providing detailed rules for delivery growth and he has faced questions over how much he could achieve if long term global recession and high inflation set in.

However, he will say that his economic plan will be based on three principles – “strong, reliable, fair”.

“Strong because he will build a foundation where everyone business and every man plays role’, he is expected to say.

“Reliable, because it will produce good work that doesn’t go away people feeling of insecurity.

“Fair, because it will unlock the potential of each place – every community, every city and every city”.

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Episode of The Rest Is Politics Podcast last a week, former Conservative cabinet minister Rory Stewart asked Starmer about his economic plans.

“We are going to head at 10 o’clock-year global recession, and even if you become prime minister, you have very limited control,” Stewart said. “Which on Earth, are you going to do with interest rates and inflation?

The Labor leader said that wanted provide “certainty and trust” for investors so that production of items for example, wind turbines that generate power in in north of England will not be outsourced countries for example China.

Meanwhile the Liberal Democrats plan to roll out attack ads against sunak over the tax goes up announced when he was chancellor.

Interview for in party suggests that the increase “as big a vote Jonah for conservative party like Boris Johnson in southeast of England”, which, according to the Liberal Democrats, will become key “blue wall”battlefield on next elections.

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