Wednesday 28 September 2022 10:29 AM Keir Starmer gloats that 'self-inflicted' economic crisis will help Labour win trends now
Keir Starmer insisted 'change is in the air' today as he claimed the Sterling crisis will help him win over voters.
In a round of interviews in Liverpool the morning after his conference speech, the Labour leader said market chaos in the wake of Kwasi Kwarteng's Budget was 'self-inflicted'.
He argued that the 'absolute mess' would make people more likely to turn to his party for 'answers'.
Frontbenchers at conference have been privately boasting that they expect to 'win big' when the country returns to the ballot boxes, probably in 2024.
In a round of interviews in Liverpool today, Keir Starmer said market chaos in the wake of Kwasi Kwarteng's Budget was 'self-inflicted'
A bullish Sir Keir also said he hopes to emulate Tony Blair's historic election victories (pictured in 1997)
Sir Keir told LBC Radio: 'This is a confident Labour Party that's done a lot of hard work in the last two years to change our party, remake our