We’ll change world again – Brown
Gordon Brown has urged Labour to “change the world again” in what was billed as his make-or-break speech to the party’s annual conference.
He said voters at the election, due to be held by next June, would have the “biggest choice for a generation”.
New policies included a referendum on electoral reform, power to recall MPs, more free childcare for poor families and state homes for single mothers.
The prime minister also vowed a fresh crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
In a repeat of last year, wife Sarah delivered a heartfelt tribute to her husband from the conference stage.
She told delegates Mr Brown was “no saint” but they had “been together through some tough times, and some great times, and we will be together forever”.
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