The Labour leadership talks of a “policy review”. On the Labour right many are suggesting left-wing policies should be eliminated.
In practice they already have been. We need to revive left policies, weld them into a coherent whole, and get the party and movement campaigning for them.
The 2019 manifesto contained many good ideas. So does the “Alternative Queen’s Speech” put together by John McDonnell and other left-wing MPs here.
The left’s fundamental approach must be to insist that policy is “reviewed”, and decided, by Labour Party conference (which takes place in four months, at the end of September).