'Serious warning' on future of Labour party
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John Healey: 'Serious warning' on future of Labour party

Labour is "too weak" to win a general election alone and should consider working with other parties, a left-of-centre think tank has said. The Fabian Society said securing an overall majority was "currently unthinkable" for the party.

Shadow housing minister Labour's John Healey agrees with the report, calling it a "serious warning", but tells the Today programme teaming up with other parties is "not the answer".

  • 03 Jan 2017
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