When John McDonnell was appointed Shadow Chancellor in September 2015 after
Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader, almost all of the media reports on him contained
the citation from his Who’s Who entry that described his aim of ‘generally fermenting
the overthrow of capitalism’.
Despite some concerns over whether McDonnell’s temperament made him suitable for the role, he was the natural choice for Corbyn to take on the role of Shadow Chancellor.
In this report, you can find:
- The four pillars of Labour's economic policy
- information on how businesses and investors should prepare for a Labour government
- Labour's fiscal rules
- Many other insights on Labour's economic policy
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