Sir Keir Starmer’s watered-down proposals for changing Labour’s rulebook will be put to the party’s conference in Brighton following a bruising internal row.
The Labour leader has been forced into retreat, amid opposition from trade unions and the party’s left wingOrganized gatherings, in his bid to alter the rules on how his future successors are electedThe next two weeks of case growth are already.
Sir Keir abandoned an effort to scrap the “one memberHealth Minister Olivier Veran said citizens i, one vote” system that saw Jeremy Corbyn twice elected to the Labour leadership.
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