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in Brighton, in southern England, the annual congress Labor ended this Wednesday on a speech by his chef, Keir Starmer.

Due to the pandemic, it was the first time Keir Starmer, elected last year, was addressed in person to the activists, reports our special envoy to Brighton, Claire Digiacomi . For more than an hour, the leader of the opposition first wanted to say who he is, him that some, within his party, find too erased, not quite affirmed. He told his career, built around his two pillars, "the work" - he was a lawyer - and "the family", his nursing mother and his father manufacturer of tools.

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Keir Starmer has also unveiled some proposals: the recruitment of thousands of teachers, better access to psychological care. Announcements in response to another criticism made to him, that of not being clear about his ambitions. With him, the Labor will be "back to business", he promised, on the climate, employment, but also the economy, because a "good society" is compatible with a "strong economy", says -he.

The issue of this speech was to test the leader's ability to take advantage of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's setbacks. Keir Starmer has therefore not hesitated to tap the government, "lost in the woods", according to him, in full Petrol Shortage . He accused Boris Johnson to be "an illusionist" who, now that the Brexit was realized, has no one in his pocket, he accused. However, "this period requires a responsible leader with clear values," he said.

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interrupted several times by angry working spectators, the Chief of Labor did not extend to divisions within his party. What matters for him, before the unit is that his camp reaches power in the upcoming elections in 2024. "Never, under my direction, we will present ourselves to an election with a program that does not constitute a serious project of government, "he said, thus evoking half-words, the debacle of the legislatives of 2019.

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Keir Starmer committed to "repair" international alliances. He also wanted to affirm his attachment to NATO.

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