In conversation with James Purnell at IPPR and Juncture's Labour party conference fringe event, Jon Cruddas argues that the only times Labour has won elections when the Conservatives were in power were times when the party was able contest the 'national story' with emotionally driven policies, and win.
Jon Cruddas in conversation with James Purnell
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