Tessa Jowell on what Labour has learned from defeat
Labour leader Ed Miliband is to admit his party's leadership lost touch both with its own members and the public.
In a speech in Wrexham to his national policy forum, he will propose reforms aimed at making the party less insular and its decision-making more open.
Labour's shadow cabinet secretary Tessa Jowell talked to Kate Silverton about what the party had learned from its election defeat last year.
25 Jun 2011
- From the section UK Politics