Ten days ago, Labour achieved the biggest increase in its share of the vote since 1945, and I would like to thank to all those who supported us and voted Labour.
The Tories lost their majority at the general election, and Theresa May ’s government is now struggling to carry out its responsibilities.
She has so far been unable to stitch together a workable deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party to stay in power. She has had to postpone the Queen’s Speech to this Wednesday to put together even the most basic programme for parliament.
And she has failed in any way adequately to respond to the terrible Grenfell Tower fire in London.
That disaster is an indictment of the cuts to basic services, and the growing poverty and inequality that has been the hallmark of seven years of Tory rule.
That is why so many millions voted for change this month – and …