- Labour's economic plan is more interventionist and ambitious than anticipated.
- The party plans to borrow £28bn annually until 2030 to fund green transition policies.
- Labour is proposing an interventionist industrial policy and overhaul of employment law.
- Labour officials are concerned about the feasibility of the plan given the current interest rates.
- Labour's policy prospectus includes plans to shift power from employers to workers.
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The Starmer Project: Labour’s surprisingly bold economic agenda
Labour's economic plan is more interventionist than expected, with a £28bn annual investment in green transition policies and an overhaul of employment law.