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Voters still unlikely to trust Labour with spending, party warned

New pressure group urges party to focus on winning back voters in towns, with emphasis on work and good jobs

Voters blame local Labour councils for austerity and see voting Conservative as a chance for change – and are still unlikely to trust Labour with spending – a new pressure group has cautioned.

The warnings come from a newly launched group Renaissance – led by key figures from Labour’s centre including Stephen Kinnock, Yvette Cooper and Justin Madders – who have called for the party to refocus on winning back Conservative voters in towns.

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