But now is the time to build a different Labour party, to develop a new kind of economy and determine the just distribution of power and resources, in which government and the people work together toward a vision of the Good Society.Ah yes. The right of Labour to 'determine the just distribution of power and resources'. The presumption that only Labour can force equity on an unwilling people.
Nowhere in his analysis does he read the pointers that the nation is fed up with Labour 'determining' things for them, and would really like to have a go at determining these things themselves. But such radical thinking is way beyond even Cruddas' unorthodoxy. It's just the central State and Nanny all over again.
Nothing new to see there. Nothing at all.