杰里米·科尔宾在2017英国工党年度大会上演讲全文(中英对照)

编辑:给力英语新闻 更新:2017年10月6日 作者:杰里米·科尔宾(Jeremy Corbyn)

英国工党领袖杰里米·科尔宾
英国工党领袖杰里米·科尔宾

Conference, thank you for that.  We meet here this week as a united Party,  advancing in every part of Britain, winning the confidence of millions of our fellow citizens, setting out our ideas and plans for our country’s future, that have already inspired people of all ages and backgrounds.

And it’s a privilege to be speaking in Brighton. A city that not only has a long history of hosting Labour conferences, but also of inspirational Labour activists.

In that role she seconded the historic resolution at the Trades Union Congress of 1899 to set up the Labour Representation Committee so that working people would finally have representation in Parliament.

That became the Labour Party and it was this woman, Margaret Bondfield  who later become a Labour MP. And in 1929, the first ever woman to join the British cabinet’.

From a Brighton drapery to Downing Street. Margaret Bondfield’s story is a reminder of the decisive role women have played in the Labour Party from its foundation, and that Labour has always been about making change  by working together and standing up for others.

Conference, against all predictions in June we won the largest increase in the Labour vote since 1945 and achieved Labour’s best vote for a generation.  It’s a result which has put the Tories on notice and Labour on the threshold of power.

Yes, we didn’t do quite well enough and we remain in opposition for now, but we have become a Government-in-waiting.   Our outstanding shadow cabinet team here today. And our message to the country could not be clearer - Labour is ready.

Ready to tackle inequality, ready to rebuild our NHS, ready to give opportunity to young people, dignity and security to older people,  ready to invest in our economy and meet the challenges of climate change and automation, ready to put peace and justice at the heart of foreign policy.  And ready to build a new and progressive relationship  with Europe.

We are ready and the Tories are clearly not. They’re certainly not strong and they’re definitely not stable. They’re not remotely united. And they’re hanging on by their fingertips.

But this Tory Government does have one thing that we lack.  They have tracked down the Magic Money Tree when it was needed to keep Theresa May in Downing Street.  It was given a good old shake - and lo and behold – now we know the price of power – it’s about £100m for each Democratic Unionist MP.

During the election campaign, Theresa May told voters they faced the threat of a “coalition of chaos. Remember that? Well, now they’re showing us exactly how that works. And I don’t just mean the Prime Minister’s desperate deal with the DUP. She’s got a “coalition of chaos” around her own cabinet table  - Phillip Hammond and Liam Fox, Boris Johnson and David Davis.

At each other’s throats, squabbling and plotting, manoeuvring to bundle the Prime Minister out of Number Ten and take her place  at the first opportunity  Instead of getting to grips with the momentous issues facing our country.

But this coalition of chaos is no joke. Just look at their record since the Conservatives have been in office; the longest fall in people’s pay since record began, homelessness doubled, NHS waiting lists lengthening, school class sizes growing and teachers leaving, over 4 million children now in poverty, 20,000 police officers, and 11,000 fire-fighters cut, more people in work and in poverty than ever before, condemned by the United Nations for violating the rights of disabled people.

That’s not strong and stable. It’s callous and calculating. Because the Tories calculated that making life worse for millions in the name of austerity would pay for hefty tax handouts to the rich and powerful.

Conference, your efforts in the election campaign stopped the Tories in their tracks. The election result has already delivered one Tory U-turn after another over some of their most damaging policies. The cruel dementia tax was scrapped within three days of being announced. Plans to bring back grammar schools have been ditched. The threat to the pensions’ triple lock abandoned. Withdrawal of Winter Fuel payments dumped. The pledge to bring back fox hunting dropped. And their plan to end free school meals in primary schools has been binned.

The reality is that barely three months since the election this coalition of Conservative chaos is tearing up its Manifesto and tearing itself apart. They are bereft of ideas and energy.  Indeed, they seem to be cherry-picking Labour policies instead, including on Brexit.

I say to the Prime Minister: “You’re welcome. But go the whole hog end austerity, abolish tuition fees, scrap the public sector pay cap. I think we can find a Commons majority for all of that. This is a weak and divided Government with no purpose beyond clinging to power.

It is Labour that is now setting the agenda and winning the arguments for a new common sense about the direction our country should take.

Conference, there were two stars of our election campaign. The first was our Manifesto that drew on the ideas of our members and trade unionists and the hopes and aspirations of their communities and workplaces.  And we were clear about how we would pay for it by asking the richest and the largest corporations to start paying their fair share.

Not simply to redistribute within a system that isn’t delivering for most people but to transform that system. So we set out  not only how we would protect public services but how we would rebuild and invest in our economy, with a publicly-owned engine of sustainable growth, driven by national and regional investment banks,  to generate good jobs and prosperity in every region and nation.

Our Manifesto is the programme of a modern, progressive socialist party that has rediscovered its roots and its purpose, bucking the trend across Europe.

And Conference, the other star of that campaign was you. Our members, our supporters in the trade unions, our doorstep and social media campaigners. Young people sharing messages and stories on social media, hundreds of thousands organising online and on the ground to outplay the Tories’ big money machine.

Is it any wonder that here today in Brighton you represent the largest political party in western Europe, with nearly 600,000 members, alongside three million affiliated trade unionists, brimming with enthusiasm and confidence in the potential of our people. You are the future.  And let me say straight away. I’m awed and humbled by everything you have done, along with hundreds of thousands of others across the country, to take us to where we are today.

I have never been more proud to be your elected leader. Our election campaign gave people strength. It brought millions on to the electoral register and inspired millions to go to vote for the first time.

And Labour was the Party of unity, bringing generations and communities together, rather than pitting young and old against each other, as the Tories did.  We will never seek to squeeze one generation to support another. Under Labour, people will win together.

The result of our campaign confounded every expert and sceptic.  I see John McDonnell said the ‘grey beards’ had got it all wrong. I’m not sure that’s entirely fair, John? We wiped out the Tory majority, winning support in every social and age group and gaining seats in every region and nation of the country.

So please, Theresa May take another walking holiday and make another impetuous decision. The Labour campaign machine is primed and ready to roll.

Of course, there were some who didn’t come out of the election too well. I’m thinking of some of our more traditional media friends. They ran the campaign they always do under orders from their tax exile owners to trash Labour at every turn. The day before the election one paper devoted fourteen pages to attacking the Labour Party. And our vote went up nearly 10%.

Never have so many trees died in vain. The British people saw right through it.  So this is a message to the Daily Mail’s editor- next time, please could you make it 28 pages?

But there’s a serious message too, the campaign by the Tories and their loyal media was nasty and personal.  It fuelled abuse online and no one was the target of that more than Diane Abbott.  She has a decades-long record of campaigning for social justice and has suffered intolerable misogynistic and racist abuse. Faced with such an overwhelmingly hostile press and an army of social media trolls,it’s even more important that we stand.

Yes we will disagree, but there can never be any excuse for any abuse of anybody. We settle our differences with democratic votes and unite around those decision.

That is the Labour Party, here this week, and out in the communities every week - diverse, welcoming, democratic and ready to serve our country.

There is no bigger test in politics right now than Brexit, an incredibly important and complex process, that cannot be reduced to repeating fairy stories from the side of a bus or waiting 15 months to state the obvious.  As democratic socialists, we accept and respect the referendum result, but respect for a democratic decision does not mean giving a green light to a recklesss Tory Brexit agenda that would plunge Britain into a Trump-style race-to-the-bottom in rights and corporate taxes.

We are not going to be passive spectators to a hopelessly inept negotiating team putting at risk people’s jobs, rights and living standards. A team more interested in posturing for personal advantage than in getting the best deal for our country. To be fair, Theresa May’s speech in Florence last week did unite the cabinet. For a few hours at least. Her plane had barely touched down at Heathrow before the divisions broke out again.

Never has the national interest been so ill-served on such a vital issue, if there were no other reason for the Tories to go their self-interested Brexit bungling would be reason enough. So I have a simple message to the cabinet: for Britain’s sake pull yourself together or make way.

One thing needs to be made clear straight away. The three million EU citizens currently living and working in Britain are welcome here. They have been left under a cloud of insecurity by this government when their future could have been settled months ago.  So Theresa May, give them the full guarantees they deserve today. If you don’t, we will.

Since the referendum result our Brexit team has focused above all on our economic future. That future is now under real threat.  A powerful faction in the Conservative leadership sees Brexit as their chance to create a tax haven on the shores of Europe a low-wage, low tax deregulated playground for the hedge funds and speculators. A few at the top would do very nicely, no question. But manufacturing industries would go to the wall taking skilled jobs with them our tax base would crumble our public services would be slashed still further.

We are now less than 18 months away from leaving the European Union. And so far, the Tory trio leading the talks have got nowhere and agreed next to nothing. This rag-tag Cabinet spends more time negotiating with each other than they do with the EU. A cliff-edge Brexit is at risk of becoming a reality. That is why Labour has made clear that Britain should stay within the basic terms of the single market and a customs union  for a limited transition period. It is welcome at least that Theresa May has belatedly accepted that.

But beyond that transition, our task is a different one. It is to unite everyone in our country around a progressive vision of what Britain could be, but with a government that stands for the many not the few.

Labour is the only party that can bring together those who voted leave and those who backed remain and unite the country for a future beyond Brexi. What matters in the Brexit negotiations is to achieve a settlement that delivers jobs, rights and decent living standards.

Conference, the real divide over Brexit could not be. A shambolic Tory Brexit driving down standards .Or a Labour Brexit that puts jobs first a Brexit for the many, one that guarantees unimpeded access to the single market and establishes a new co-operative relationship with the EU.

A Brexit that uses powers returned from Brussels to support a new industrial strategy to upgrade our economy in every region and nation. One that puts our economy first not fake immigration targets that fan the flames of fear. We will never follow the Tories into the gutter of blaming migrants for the ills of society. It isn’t migrants who drive down wages and conditions but the worst bosses in collusion with a Conservative government that never misses a chance to attack trade unions and weaken people’s rights at work.

Labour will take action to stop employers driving down pay and conditions not pander to scapegoating or racism. How Britain leaves the European Union is too important to be left to the Conservatives and their internal battles and identity crises.

Labour will hold Theresa May’s squabbling ministers to account every step of the way in these talks. And, with our Brexit team of Keir Starmer, Emily Thornberry and Barry Gardiner we stand ready to take over whenever this government fails. To negotiate a new relationship with Europe that works for us all reaching out to help create a Europe for the many for the future.

The truth is that under the Tories Britain’s future is at risk whatever the outcome of the Brexit process. Our economy no longer delivers secure housing secure well-paid jobs or rising living standards. There is a new common sense emerging about how the country should be run. That’s what we fought for in the election and that’s what’s needed to replace the broken model forged by Margaret Thatcher many years ago.

And Ten years after the global financial crash  the Tories still believe in the same dogmatic mantra – Deregulate, privatise ,cut taxes for the wealthy, weaken rights at work, delivering profits for a few, and debt for the many. Nothing has changed. It’s as if we’re stuck in a political and economic time-warp.

As the Financial Times put it last month  our “financial system still looks a lot like the pre-crisis one” and the capitalist system still faces a “crisis of legitimacy”, stemming from the crash.

Now is the time that government took a more active role in restructuring our economy. Now is the time that corporate boardrooms were held accountable for their actions. And now is the time that we developed a new model of economic management to replace the failed dogmas of neo-liberalism. That is why Labour is looking not just to repair the damage done by austerity but to transform our economy with a new and dynamic role for the public sector particularly where the private sector has evidently failed.

Take the water industry. Of the nine water companies in England six are now owned by private equity or foreign sovereign wealth funds. Their profits are handed out in dividends to shareholders while the infrastructure crumbles the companies pay little or nothing in tax and executive pay has soared as the service deteriorates.

That is why we are committed to take back our utilities into public ownership to put them at the service of our people and our economy and stop the public being ripped off.

Of course there is much more that needs to be done. Our National Investment Bank and the Transformation Fund will be harnessed to mobilise public investment to create wealth and good jobs. When I’ve met business groups I’ve been frank  we will invest in the education and skills of the workforce  and we will invest in better infrastructure from energy to digital  but we are going to ask big business to pay a bit more tax.

The Tory approach to the economy isn’t entrepreneurial. It’s extractive. They’re not focused on long-term investment and wealth creation. When you look at what they do rather than what they say it’s all about driving down wages, services and standards to make as much money as quickly as possible with government not as the servant of the people but of global corporations. And their disregard for rampant inequality the hollowing out of our public services, the disdain for the powerless and the poor have made our society more brutal and less caring.

Now that degraded regime has a tragic monument the chilling wreckage of Grenfell Tower. A horrifying fire in which dozens perished an entirely avoidable human disaster. One which is an indictment not just of decades of failed housing policies and privatisation and the yawning inequality in one of the wealthiest boroughs and cities in the world, it is also a damning indictment of a whole outlook which values council tax refunds for the wealthy above decent provision for all  and which has contempt for working class communities.

Before the fire, a tenants’ group of Grenfell residents had warned and I quote words that should haunt all politicians “the Grenfell Action Group firmly believes that only a catastrophic event will expose the ineptitude and incompetence of our landlord”. Grenfell is not just the result of bad political decisions. It stands for a failed and broken system which Labour must and will replace.

The poet Ben Okri recently wrote in his poem “Grenfell Tower”:

Those who were living now are dead

Those who were breathing are from the living earth fled

If you want to see how the poor die, come see Grenfell Tower.

See the tower, and let a world changing dream flower.

We have a duty as a country to learn the lessons from this calamity and ensure that a changed world flowers. I hope that the public inquiry will assist. But a decent home is a right for everyone whatever their income or background. And houses should be homes for the many not speculative investments for a few. Look at the Conservative housing record and you understand why Grenfell residents are sceptical about their Conservative council and this Conservative government.

Since 2010: homelessness has doubled, 120,000 children don’t have a home to call their own, home ownership has fallen, thousands are living in homes unfit for human habitation. This is why alongside our Shadow Housing minister John Healey we’re launching a review of social housing policy - its building, planning, regulation and management.

We will listen to tenants across the country and propose a radical programme of action to next year’s conference. But some things are already clear tenants are not being listened to.

We will insist that every home is fit for human habitation, a proposal this Tory government voted down.  And we will control rents - when the younger generation’s housing costs are three times more than those of their grandparents, that is not sustainable.

Rent controls exist in many cities across the world and I want our cities to have those powers too and tenants to have those protections.  We also need to tax undeveloped land held by developers and have the power to compulsorily purchase. As Ed Miliband said, "Use it or lose it". Families need homes.

After Grenfell we must think again about what are called regeneration schemes.

Regeneration is a much abused word.

Too often what it really means is forced gentrification and social cleansing, as private developers move in and tenants and leaseholders are moved out.

We are very clear: we will stop the cuts to social security.

But we need to go further, as conference decided yesterday.

So when councils come forward with proposals for regeneration, we will put down two markers based on one simple principle: regeneration under a Labour government will be for the benefit of the local people, not private developers, not property speculators.

First, people who live on an estate that’s redeveloped must get a home on the same site and the same terms as before.

No social cleansing, no jacking up rents, no exorbitant ground rents.

And second councils will have to win a ballot of existing tenants and leaseholders before any redevelopment scheme can take place.

Real regeneration, yes, but for the many not the few.

That’s not all that has to change.

All parties unite in paying tribute to our public sector workers:

The fire-fighters who ran into Grenfell Tower to save lives; the health service workers caring for the maimed in the Manchester terrorist outrage; the brave police officers who confronted the attackers at London Bridge; and PC Keith Palmer who gave his life when terrorists attack our democracy.

Our public servants make the difference every day, between a decent and a threadbare society.

Everyone praises them. But it is Labour that values them and is prepared to give them the pay rise they deserve and protect the services they provide.

Year after year the Tories have cut budgets and squeezed public sector pay, while cutting taxes for the highest earners and the big corporations.

You can’t care for the nation’s health when doctors and nurses are being asked to accept falling living standards year after year.

You can’t educate our children properly in ever larger class sizes with more teachers than ever leaving the profession.

You can’t protect the public on the cheap.

The police and security services must get the resources they need, not 20,000 police cuts.

Scrapping the public sector pay squeeze isn’t an act of charity - it is a necessity to keep our public services fully staffed and strong.

Not everything worthwhile costs money though.

Like many people, I have been moved by the Daily Mirror's campaign to change the organ donation law.

There are more than 5,000 people on organ transplant waiting lists, but a shortage of donors means that in recent years only 3,500 of them get the life-saving treatments they need.

So that everybody whose life could be saved by an organ transplant can have the gift of life - from one human being to another.

The law has already been changed in Wales under Carwyn Jones’s leadership, and today I make the commitment a Labour government will do the same for England.

In the last couple of days John McDonnell and Rebecca Long-Bailey have set out how we are going to develop the economic plans in our manifesto to ensure that sustainable growth and good jobs reach all parts of the country.

So that no community or region is held back.

To establish regional development banks, to invest in an industrial strategy for every region.

But the challenges of the future go beyond the need to turn our backs on an economic model that has failed to invest and upgrade our economy.

We need urgently to face the challenge of automation - robotics that could make so much of contemporary work redundant.

That is a threat in the hands of the greedy, but it’s a huge opportunity if it’s managed in the interests of society as a whole.

We won’t reap the full rewards of these great technological advances if they’re monopolised to pile up profits for a few.

But if they’re publicly managed - to share the benefits - they can be the gateway for a new settlement between work and leisure. A springboard for expanded creativity and culture.

The tide of automation and technological change means re-training and management of the workforce must be centre-stage in the coming years.

So Labour will build an education and training system from the cradle to the grave that empowers people.

Not one that shackles them with debt.

That’s why we will establish a National Education Service which will include at its core free tuition for all college courses, technical and vocational training so that no one is held back by costs and everyone has the chance to learn.

That will give millions a fair chance.

Lifelong learning for all is essential in the economy of the future.

The huge shift of employment that will take place under the impact of automation must be planned and managed.

It demands the reskilling of millions of people. Only Labour will deliver that.

As Angela Rayner said yesterday, our National Education Service will be run on clear principles: universal, free and empowering.

This is central to our socialism for the 21st century, for the many not the few.

During the election I visited Derwentside College in the constituency of our new MP Laura Pidcock - one of dozens of great new MPs breathing life and energy into Parliament.

They offer adult courses in everything from IT to beauty therapy, from engineering to childcare.

I met apprentice construction workers. They stand to benefit from Labour’s £250 billion National Transformation Fund, building the homes people need and the new transport, energy and digital infrastructure our country needs.

But changing our economy to make it work for the whole country can’t take place in isolation from changing how our country is run.

For people to take control of their own lives, our democracy needs to break out of Westminster into all parts of our society and economy where power is unaccountable.

All around the world democracy is facing twin threats:

One is the emergence of an authoritarian nationalism that is intolerant and belligerent.

The second is apparently more benign, but equally insidious.

It is that the big decisions should be left to the elite.

That political choices can only be marginal and that people are consumers first, and only citizens a distant second.

Democracy has to mean much more than that.

It must mean listening to people outside of election time. Not just the rich and powerful who are used to calling the shots, but to those at the sharp end who really know what’s going on.

Like the Greater Manchester police officer who warned Theresa May two years ago that cuts to neighbourhood policing were risking people’s lives and security.

His concerns were dismissed as “crying wolf”.

Like the care workers sacked when they blow the whistle on abuse of the elderly.

Or the teachers intimidated when they speak out about the lack of funding for our children’s schools.

Or the doctors who are ignored when they warn that the NHS crumbling before our eyes, or blow the whistle on patient safety.

Labour is fighting for a society not only where rewards are more fairly spread, but where people are listened to more as well by government, their local council, their employer.

Some of the most shocking cases of people not being listened to must surely be the recent revelations of widespread child sex abuse.

Young people - and most often young working class women - have been subjected to the most repugnant abuse.

The response lies in making sure that everybody’s voice must be heard no matter who they are or what their background.

The kind of democracy that we should be aiming for is one where people have a continuing say in how society is run, how their workplace is run, how their local schools or hospitals are run.

That means increasing the public accountability and democratization of local services that Andrew Gwynne was talking about on Monday.

It means democratically accountable public ownership for the natural monopolies, with new participatory forms of management, as Rebecca Long-Bailey has been setting out.

It means employees given their voice at work, with unions able to represent them properly, freed of undemocratic fetters on their right to organize.

I promised you two years ago that we would do politics differently. It’s not always been easy. There’s quite a few who prefer politics the old way. But let me say it again. We will do politics differently. And the vital word there is “we”.

Not just leaders saying things are different, but everyone having the chance to shape our democracy. Our rights as citizens are as important as our rights as consumers. Power devolved to the community, not monopolised in Westminster and Whitehall.

Now let’s take it a stage further - make public services accountable to communities. Business accountable to the public, and politicians truly accountable to those we serve.

Let the next Labour government will transform Britain by genuinely putting power in the hands of the people, the creative, compassionate and committed people of our country.

Both at home and abroad, what underpins our politics is our compassion and our solidarity with people. Including those now recovering from hurricane damage in the Caribbean, floods in South Asia and Texas. and earthquakes in Mexico. Our interdependence as a planet could not be more obvious.

The environmental crisis in particular demands a common global response. That is why President Trump’s threats to withdraw from the Paris Climate Change Treaty are so alarming.

There is no contradiction between meeting our climate change commitments and investing to build a strong economy based on high skill industries. In fact the opposite is the case.

Action on climate change is a powerful spur to investment in the green industries and jobs of the future. So long as it is managed as part of a sustainable transition.

We know, tragically, that terrorism also recognises no boundaries. We have had five shocking examples in Britain this year alone. Two during the course of the General Election campaign and one in my own constituency.

Both Andy Burnham and Sadiq Khan - the mayors of Manchester and London - played a crucial role in bringing people together in the aftermath of those brutal attacks.

The targeting of our democracy, of teenage girls at a pop concert, of people enjoying a night out, worshippers outside a mosque, commuters going to work - all of these are horrific crimes.

And we all unite in both condemning the perpetrators and in our support for the emergency and security services, working to keep us safe.

But we also know that terrorism is thriving in a world our governments have helped to shape, with its failed states, military interventions and occupations where millions are forced to flee conflict or hunger.

We have to do better and swap the knee-jerk response of another bombing campaign for long-term help to solve conflicts rather than fuel them.

And we must put our values at the heart of our foreign policy.

Democracy and human rights are not an optional extra to be deployed selectively.

So we cannot be silent at the cruel Saudi war in Yemen, while continuing to supply arms to Saudi Arabia, or the crushing of democracy in Egypt or Bahrain, or the tragic loss of life in Congo.

And I say this today to Aung San Suu Kyi - a champion of democracy and human rights - end the violence now against the Rohingya in Myanmar and allow the UN and international aid agencies in to Rakhine state.

The Rohingya have suffered for too long!

We should stand firm for peaceful solutions to international crises.

Let’s tone down the rhetoric, and back dialogue and negotiations to wind down the deeply dangerous confrontation over the Korean Peninsula.

And I appeal to the UN secretary general, Antonio Guterres to use the authority of his office and go to Washington and Pyongyang to kick start that essential process of dialogue.

And let’s give real support to end the oppression of the Palestinian people, the 50-year occupation and illegal settlement expansion and move to a genuine two-state solution of the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Britain’s voice needs to be heard independently in the world.

We must be a candid friend to the United States, now more than ever.

The values we share are not served by building walls, banning immigrants on the basis of religion, polluting the planet, or pandering to racism.

And let me say frankly - the speech made by the US President to the United Nations last week was deeply disturbing. It threatened war and talked of tearing up international agreements. Devoid of concern for human rights or universal values, it was not the speech of a world leader.

Our government has a responsibility. It cannot meekly go along with this dangerous course. If the special relationship means anything, it must mean that we can say to Washington: that way is the wrong way.

That’s clearly what’s needed in the case of Bombardier where thousands of jobs are now at stake.

A Prime Minister betting our economic future on a deregulated trade deal with the US might want to explain how 220% tariffs are going to boost our exports.

So let Britain’s voice be heard loud and clear for peace, justice and cooperation.

Conference, it is often said that elections can only be won from the centre ground.

And in a way that’s not wrong - so long as it’s clear that the political centre of gravity isn’t fixed or unmovable, nor is it where the establishment pundits like to think it is.

It shifts as people’s expectations and experiences change and political space is opened up.

Today’s centre ground is certainly not where it was twenty or thirty years ago.

A new consensus is emerging from the great economic crash and the years of austerity, when people started to find political voice for their hopes for something different and better.

2017 may be the year when politics finally caught up with the crash of 2008 - because we offered people a clear choice.

We need to build a still broader consensus around the priorities we set in the election, making the case for both compassion and collective aspiration.

This is the real centre of gravity of British politics.

We are now the political mainstream.

Our manifesto and our policies are popular because that is what most people in our country actually want, not what they’re told they should want.

And that is why Labour is on the way back in Scotland becoming once again the champion of social justice.

Thank you Kezia. And whoever next leads Scottish Labour - our unifying socialist message will continue to inspire both south and north of the border.

That is why our party now has around twice the membership of all the other parties put together.

Conference, we have left the status quo behind, but we must make the change we seek credible and effective.

We have left our own divisions behind. But we must make our unity practical. We know we are campaign-ready.

We must be government-ready too. Our aspirations matched by our competence.

During the election campaign I met and listened to people in every part of the country. Struggling single parents, young people held back by lack of opportunity. Pensioners anxious about health and social care, public servants trying to keep services together. Low and middle earners, self-employed and employed, facing insecurity and squeezed living standards. But hopeful that things could change, and that Labour could make a difference.

Many hadn’t voted before, or not for years past. But they put their faith in our party. We offered an antidote to apathy and despair.

Let everyone understand - we will not let you down. Because we listen to you, because we believe in you.

Labour can and will deliver a Britain for the many not just the few.

Thank you.

Jeremy Corbyn’s Speech to Labour Conference, full text

谢谢。 我们本周作为一个团结一致的会晤,在英国的各个方面进步,赢得数以百万计的同胞的信任,为我们国家的未来展现出我们的想法和计划,这已经激发了所有年龄和背景的人们。 在布莱顿说话是很荣幸的。 这个城市不仅拥有举办劳工大会的悠久历史,也是鼓舞人心的劳工活动家。 一个多世纪以前,在布莱顿,一个十几岁的小店工作人员,她和她的同事面临着足够的可怕状况。 她在一个用来包装鱼和薯条的报纸上学习了之后,冒险加入商店工人工会,对女性店员来说是如此有效,她成为30岁以前的助理总书记。 在这个角色中,她借调了1899年工会大会上的历史性决议,成立了劳工代表委员会,使劳动人民最终在议会中有代表权。 这成了工党,而且这位女士玛格丽特·邦德菲尔德(Margaret Bondfield)后来成为劳工议会议员。 而在1929年,第一个有女人加入英国内阁。 从布赖顿帷幔到唐宁街。 玛格丽特·邦德菲尔德(Margaret Bondfield)的故事提醒了妇女在工党的基础上发挥的决定性作用,劳工一直在通过共同努力,为别人而站稳脚跟??。 会议反对6月份的所有预测,自1945年以来,我们赢得了劳动投票的最大增幅,实现了一代人的最佳投票。 这是一个结果,把保守党和劳动力放在了权力的门槛上。 是的,我们做得不够好,现在我们仍然是反对的,但我们已经成为一个政府在等待。 我们优秀的影子柜团队今天在这里。 我们对国家的信息不清楚 - 劳工已经准备好了。 准备应对不平等现象,准备重建我们的国民保健服务,为年轻人提供机会,为老年人提供尊严和安全,准备投资于经济,应对气候变化和自动化的挑战,准备把和平与正义放在外交政策的核心。 并准备与欧洲建立新的和进步的关系。 我们准备好了,而保守派显然不是。 他们当然不够强大,绝对不稳定。 他们没有远程团结。 他们手指上挂着。 但这个托里政府确实有一件我们缺乏的东西。 当需要保持Theresa May在唐宁街时,他们已经追踪了魔法金钱树。 给了一个很好的老摇摆 - 而且我们现在知道权力的价格 - 每个民主联盟议员大约有1亿英镑。 特雷莎5日在竞选活动中对选民说,他们面临着“混乱联盟”的威胁。 还记得吗 那么现在他们正在向我们展示这些工作原理。 而我并不只是意味着总理与DUP绝望的交易。 她在自己的橱柜桌子旁边有一个“混乱的联盟” - 菲利普·哈蒙德和利亚姆·福克斯,鲍里斯·约翰逊和戴维斯戴维斯。 彼此的喉咙,争吵和阴谋,机动地将总理捆绑在十号以外,在第一次机会中占据首位,而不是掌握我们国家面临的重大问题。 但这个混乱的联盟不是笑话。 保守党一直在办公室,看看他们的纪录; 自记录开始以来,人民币工资下降最长,无家可归者增长了一倍,NHS等候名单延长,学校班规模不断扩大,老师离职,超过四百万儿童现在贫困,二万名警察和11000名消防员被砍伐,更多的工作人员和贫穷比以往任何时候都受到联合国的谴责,侵犯残疾人的权利。 这并不强壮和稳定。 这是无情和计算的。 因为“保守派”计算出,以紧缩的名义使数百万人的生活变得更糟,所以要付出大量的税收来向富人强大的税收。 大会上,你们在选举中的努力阻止了保守党的轨道。 选举结果已经使他们的一些最具破坏性的政策相继出现了一次Tory U-turn。 残疾痴呆症在宣布三天内被废除。 计划带回语法学校已经被打倒了。 对养老金三重锁的威胁被抛弃。 撤回冬季燃料支出。 狐狸狩猎的承诺下降。 而他们计划在小学结束免费学校用餐的方式已经被收起来了。 现实是,自从选举刚刚三个月以来,保守党的混乱联盟正在撕毁其宣言,分裂开来。 他们没有想法和精力。 事实上,他们似乎是采取采摘劳动政策,包括在布列克兴。 我对总理说:“欢迎你。 但要走整个猪场的紧缩,取消学费,废除公共部门的工资。 我想我们可以为所有这些找到一个共同体多数。 这是一个虚弱分裂的政府,没有超越权力的目的。 正是劳动现在正在制定议程,赢得关于我们国家应该采取的方向的新常识的论据。 会议中,我们选举了两颗星星。 第一个是我们的宣言,借鉴了我??们的成员和工会会员的想法,以及他们的社区和工作场所的希望和愿望。 而且我们清楚地说明了如何通过要求最富有的和最大的公司开始支付公平的份额来支付这笔费用。 不是简单地在系统中重新分配,而不是为大多数人提供服务,而是转换该系统。 所以我们不仅要保护公共服务,而且要在国家和区域性投资银行的驱动下,通过公有的可持续增长引擎来重建和投资我们的经济,在每个地区创造好的就业和繁荣。和国家。 我们的宣言是现代进步社会主义党的纲领,重新发现了其根源和目的,抵制了整个欧洲的趋势。 和会议,这个运动的另一个明星是你。 我们的会员,我们在工会的支持者,我们的家门口和社交媒体运动员。 年轻人在社交媒体上分享信息和故事,数十万人在网上和地面上组织了超过了保罗的大笔钱机。 难怪今天在布莱顿,你代表西欧最大的政党,有近60万的会员,还有三百万的附属工会会员,对我们人民的潜力充满热情和信心。 你是未来 让我立刻说出来。 我所感动的一切都与全国各地成千上万的其他人一起受挫,把我们带到今天。 我从来没有为自己当选的领导人而感到自豪。 我们的竞选活动给了人们力量。 它带来了数以百万计的选民登记册,并启发了数百万人首次投票。 劳动是团结的党,把世世代代和社区结合在一起,而不是按照保守派的原则相互破坏年轻人和老年人。 我们永远不会试图挤压一代来支持另一代人。 在劳动下,人们将共同争取。 我们的运动的结果使每个专家和怀疑者混淆。 我看到约翰·麦克唐纳(John McDonnell)说,“灰胡子”已经错了。 我不知道这是完全公平的,约翰? 我们消灭了托利多数,赢得了每个社会和年龄组的支持,并在全国各个地区和国家获得了席位。 所以请特雷莎可以再度一个散步的假期,做出另一个浮躁的决定。 劳动运动机器被准备好了,准备好滚动。 当然,也有一些人没有选出来。 我正在想一些我们传统的传统媒体朋友。 他们根据他们的流亡所有者的命令,一直在做这个运动,以便每一轮回收劳工。 选举前一天,有一篇论文投了十四页来打击工党。 而我们的投票上升近10%。 从来没有这么多的树木死了。 英国人看到了这一切。 所以这是给每日邮报的编辑的一个消息 - 下一次,你可以做28页吗? 但也有一个严肃的信息,保守派和他们的忠实媒体的运动是讨厌和个人的。 它在线上滥用了滥用行为,没有人比黛安雅培更为目标。 她在社会正义运动方面有数十年的纪录,并遭受了无法忍受的歧视和种族主义虐待。 面对这样一个压倒性的敌对新闻界和一群社会媒体巨魔,更重要的是我们的立场。 是的,我们会不同意,但任何人的任何滥用都不可能有任何借口。 我们用民主选票解决分歧,团结一致。 那就是本周在这里工作的工党,每个星期在社区里出现多样,欢迎,民主,准备为我们的国家服务。 现在政治上没有比布莱克斯特更复杂的考验,这是一个令人难以置信的重要而复杂的过程,不能从公共汽车一侧重复童话故事,或等待15个月来阐明这一点。 作为民主社会主义者,我们接受并尊重全民投票结果,但是尊重民主决定并不意味着要肆意谴责美国人保守利亚布雷克斯特的议程,使英国陷入权力下降的特朗普风格的种族,公司税。 我们不会被一个无望的无视谈判团队的被动观众置于危险的人的工作,权利和生活水平上。 一个更有兴趣为个人优势而设的团队比在我们国家获得最佳交易方面更有兴趣。 为了公平起见,上星期,特里萨·梅·佛教在佛罗伦萨的讲话是团结内阁。 至少要几个小时。 在飞机再次爆发之前,她的飞机几乎没有碰到希思罗机场。 如果没有其他理由让保守党的自己的兴趣,布雷克斯特的笨蛋就足够了,就没有国家利益如此糟糕。 所以我有一个简单的信息给内阁:因为英国的缘故,把自己拉在一起,或让路。 有一件事需要立即清楚。 目前在英国生活和工作的三百万欧盟公民欢迎。 当他们的未来可能在几个月前得到解决时,这个政府一直处于不安全之中。 所以特里萨可以给予他们今天应得的充分保证。 如果没有,我们会的。 自从公民投票结果以来,我们的Brexit团队重点关注了我们的经济未来。 那个未来现在正受到威胁。 保守党领导层的一个强大派别认为,布雷克西特是为在欧洲海岸创造避税基金的机会,为对冲基金和投机者提供低工资,低税收放松管制的游乐场。 顶端的几个会做得很好,毫无疑问。 但是,制造业将会走上墙,采取熟练的工作,我们的税基将崩溃,我们的公共服务将进一步削减。 我们现在离离欧盟不到18个月了。 到目前为止,领导谈判的托里三重奏也没有任何地位,同意了。 这个标签柜比与欧盟相比花费更多的时间进行谈判。 悬崖边的Brexit有成为现实的风险。 这就是为什么劳工明确表示,英国应该保持在单一市场的基本条件和过渡期有限的关税同盟。 至少,特雷莎5月已经迟迟接受了,这是值得欢迎的。 但是除了这个转变之外,我们的任务是不一样的。 要使我们国家的每一个人围绕着英国可能会有什么进步的愿景,而是一个代表许多不是少数人的政府。 劳动是唯一可以把投票的人聚集在一起的,那些支持留下的人,团结在Brexi以后的未来。 在Brexit谈判中重要的是实现解决方案,提供就业机会,权利和体面的生活水平。 会议上,Brexit的真正分歧是不可能的。 一个令人失望的Tory Brexit推高了标准。或者一个劳工Brexit,为许多人提供了一个Brexit,一个保证不受阻碍地进入单一市场,并与欧盟建立新的合作关系。 一种使用布鲁塞尔返回的权力的Brexit,以支持在每个地区和国家升级经济的新的工业战略。 一个使我们的经济首先不是假冒的移民目标,那就是恐惧的火焰。 我们永远不会把保守党视为指责移民为社会的弊病而舍弃的。 拖欠工资和条件的移民不是最糟糕的老板,与保守党政府勾结,绝对不会有机会攻击工会,削弱人民的工作权利。 劳工部门将采取行动,制止雇主拖欠薪酬和条件,而不是放纵替罪羊或种族主义。 英国如何离开欧盟是非常重要的,不能留给保守党及其内部的战斗和身份危机。 劳工部门将举行特里萨五月份的争吵大臣们,介绍这些谈判的每一步。 而且,随着我们的Keir Starmer,Emily Thornberry和Barry Gardiner的Brexit团队,我们随时准备接管这个政府的失败。 与欧洲谈判新的关系,为我们所有人提供帮助,为未来的许多人创造一个欧洲。 事实是,根据保守党英国的未来,无论Brexit进程的结果如何,都将面临风险。 我们的经济不再提供安全的住房,保证高收入的工作或生活水平的提高。 关于国家如何运作有新的常识。 这是我们在选举中所争取的,而且这是需要更换玛格丽特·撒切尔夫妇多年前伪造的破产模式。 而在全球金融危机十年之后,保守派仍然相信同样的教条主义 - 放松管制,私有化,为富人减税,削弱工作权,少数利润,为许多人提供债务。 什么也没有变。 就好像我们陷入政治和经济时代的扭曲。 正如“金融时报”上个月我们的“金融体系仍然看起来像危机前的一样”一样,而资本主义制度仍然面临着“崩溃危机”。 现在是政府在重组经济中发挥更积极作用的时候了。 现在是公司董事会对其行为负责的时候了。 现在是我们开发了一种新的经济管理模式来取代新自由主义的失败教条的时候了。 这就是为什么劳工不仅仅是为了修复紧缩造成的损害,而且是为了改变我们的经济,为公共部门带来新的和动态的作用,特别是在私营部门明显失败的地方。 取水行业。 在英国的九家水务公司中,六家现在由私募股权或外国主权财富基金所拥有。 他们的利润是向股东派发的,而基础设施崩溃的公司在税收上几乎没有支付任何费用,行政费用随着服务的恶化而上升。 这就是为什么我们承诺把我们的公用事业收回公有制,把他们服务于我们人民和经济,阻止公众被剥夺。 当然还有更多的事情需要做。 我们的国家投资银行和转型基金将被利用来动员公共投资创造财富和良好的就业机会。 当我见到商业团体时,我坦白说,我们将投资于劳动力的教育和技能,我们将投资于从能源到数字的更好的基础设施,但我们将要求大企业多付一点税。 托里的经济方式并不是企业家的。 它是提取物。 他们不是专注于长期投资和创造财富。 当你看看他们做什么,而不是说他们说的是关于降低工资,服务和标准,尽可能多的钱,政府不是作为人民的仆人,而是全球公司。 他们无视猖獗的不平等现象,使我们的公共服务掏空,对无权和穷人的蔑视使我们的社会更加残酷,不太关心。 现在退化政权有一个悲剧性的纪念碑,是格伦费尔塔的冷酷残骸。 一场恐怖的火灾,几十个人死于一场完全可以避免的人类灾难。 不仅仅是几十年的失败的房屋政策和私有化以及世界上最富有的自治市镇之间的打呵欠的不平等的起诉书,也是对上述富裕阶层的理事会退税的整个前景的谴责为所有人提供适当的经费,蔑视工人阶级社区。 在火灾之前,格勒费尔居民的一个租户团体警告说,我引用应该困扰所有政客的言论“格伦费尔行动小组坚信,只有一个灾难性的事件才会暴露我们房东的无能和无能”。 格伦费尔不仅仅是政治决定不好的结果。 它代表一个失败和破碎的制度,劳工必须和将要取代。 诗人本·奥克里最近在他的诗“格伦费尔塔”中写道: 那些生活在现在的人已经死了 那些呼吸的人从活地逃离 如果你想看看穷人怎么死,就来看看格伦费尔塔。 看塔,让世界变幻梦。 我们有义务作为一个国家,从这场灾难中吸取教训,并确保改变世界的花朵。 我希望公众调查有所帮助。 但是,一个体面的家庭对于每个人的收入或背景都是一种权利。 房子应该是少数几个不投机投资的房屋。 看看保守党的住房记录,你明白为什么格伦费尔居民对保守党和保守党政府持怀疑态度。 自2010年以来:无家可归已经翻倍,12万儿童没有家乡自称,房屋所有权已经下降,数千人住在不适合人居的家庭。 这就是为什么在我们的影子住宅部长约翰·希利(John Healey)旁边,我们正在对社会住房政策 - 建筑,规划,管理和管理进行审查。 我们将听取全国各地的租户,并向明年的会议提出激进的行动方案。 但有些事情已经明确,租户没有被收听。 我们会坚持每个家庭都适合人居,这是托利政府投票决定的一个建议。 而我们会控制租金 - 当年轻一代的住房成本是祖父母的三倍,这是不可持续的。 租赁管理存在于世界各地的许多城市,我希望我们的城市也拥有这些权力,而租户则拥有这些保护。 我们还需要对开发商持有的未开发土地征税,并有权强制购买。 正如埃里·米利班德(Ed Miliband)所说,“使用它或失去它”。 家庭需要家庭 在格伦费尔后,我们必须再次考虑所谓的再生计划。 再生是一个被滥用的话。 随着私人开发商的搬迁,租户和租赁者的搬迁,往往真正意味着强制性的高档化和社会清洗。 我们非常清楚:我们将停止削减社会保障。 但是,随着会议决定,我们还需要进一步发展。 所以当理事会提出再生建议的时候,我们会根据一个简单的原则来放下两个标记:劳动政府下的再生活将是对当地人民而不是私人发展商而不是房地产投机者的利益。 首先,居住在被重新发展的庄园的人必须在同一个网站上和以前一样的条件下得到一个家。 没有社会清洗,没有上涨租金,没有高昂的地租。 而在再开发计划进行之前,第二委员会必须赢得现有租户和租约人的投票权。 真正的再生,是的,但对于许多不是少数。 这不是全部都要改变??。 各方团结一致,向公职人员致敬: 跑到格伦费尔塔去拯救生命的消防员; 在曼彻斯特恐怖主义暴行中照顾致残者的卫生服务工作者; 在伦敦桥遭遇袭击者的勇敢的警察; 和恐怖分子攻击我们的民主的时候,他的生命一般都是基思·帕尔默。 我们的公务员每天在一个体面的社会中间有所作为。 大家都赞美他们 但劳工看重价值观,准备给予他们应得的加薪,保护他们提供的服务。 年复一年,保守党削减预算,挤压公共部门的工资,同时为最高收入者和大公司减税。 当医生和护士被要求年复一年地接受生活水平下降时,你不会在乎国家的健康。 你不能在更大的班级上适当地教育我们的孩子,更多的老师比以前离开这个职业。 你不能廉价地保护公众。 警察和安全部门必须获得所需的资源,而不是20,000次警察削减。 废除公共部门的工资挤压不是慈善行为 - 必须保持公务人员的素质和强度。 不是一切都值得花钱。 像许多人一样,我被“每日镜报”运动改变了器官捐赠法。 器官移植等候名单上有5000多人,但捐助人力不足意味着近年来,只有3,500人获得了所需的救命治疗。 所以,通过器官移植可以拯救生命的每个人都可以拥有生命的恩赐 - 从一个人到另一个人。 在伍恩琼斯的领导下,威尔士的法律已经发生了变化,今天,我作出承诺,劳工政府对英国也是如此。 在过去的几天里,麦克唐奈(John McDonnell)和丽贝卡·朗贝利(Rebecca Long-Bailey)已经阐述了我们将如何制定我们宣言中的经济计划,以确保可持续增长和良好的就业机会到达全国各地。 所以没有社区或地区被阻止。 建立区域开发银行,投资各地区的产业战略。 但是,未来的挑战超出了对经济模式未能投资和升级的经济模式的需求。 我们迫切需要面对自动化的挑战 - 机器人技术可以使当代的工作多余多余。 这是贪婪手中的威胁,但如果是为了整个社会的利益进行管理,这是一个巨大的机会。 如果这些巨大的技术进步被垄断以牟取利润,我们就不会获得全面的回报。 但是,如果他们是公开管理的 - 分享利益 - 他们可以成为工作和休闲之间新的解决方案的门户。 扩大创意和文化的跳板。 自动化和技术变革的潮流意味着员工的再培训和管理必将成为未来几年的中心舞台。 所以劳动力将从摇篮到坟墓建设赋予人民的教育和培训体系。 没有一个人用债务来解除他们。 这就是为什么我们将建立一个国家教育服务机构,其中包括所有大学课程,技术和职业培训的核心免费学费,所以没有人会因为费用而被阻止,每个人都有机会学习。 这将给数百万公平的机会。 所有人的终身学习在未来的经济中至关重要。 必须规划和管理在自动化影响下发生的巨大的就业转移。 它要求数百万人的复兴。 只有劳工才能实现。 正如安吉拉·雷纳(Angela Rayner)昨天所说,我们的国家教育服务机构将以明确的原则:普遍,自由和赋权。 这对我们21世纪的社会主义而言至关重要,对许多不是少数人而言。 在选举期间,我参观了我们新的MP Laura Pidcock选区的Derwentside学院 - 数十名伟大的新议员之一,向议会呼吸着生命和精力。 他们提供成人课程,从IT到美容治疗,从工程到保育。 我遇到学徒施工人员。 他们将受益于劳工2500亿英镑的国家转型基金,建立人们需要的家园以及我们国家需要的新的运输,能源和数字基础设施。 但是,要改变我们的经济,使其在全国范围内的工作不能孤立地改变我们国家的运作方式。 对于人们来说,要控制自己的生活,我们的民主就需要突破威斯敏斯特,进入我们社会各个地方,权力不负责任的经济。 世界各地民主正面临双重威胁: 一个是不道德和交战的独裁民族主义的出现。 第二个显然是更温和,但同样阴险。 那么这个决定应该归结于精英呢? 政治选择只能是边缘化的,人民是消费者,只有公民是遥远的。 民主的意义要远远超过这一点。 这必须意味着在选举时间以外听人。 不仅仅是富有和强大的人习惯于拍照,而是那些真正知道发生了什么的尖锐的人。 像大曼彻斯特警察一样,两年前警告特雷莎五年前,削减邻里警务工作的风险是人们的生命和安全。 他的担忧被解雇为“哭泣的狼”。 就像护理工作者在吹on老年人口哨时解雇一样。 或者当老师对我们的孩子学校缺乏资金时,恐吓他们。 或者当他们警告NHS在我们眼前崩溃时,被忽视的医生,或者对患者的安全性吹口哨。 劳动正在争取一个社会,不仅奖励更加公平,而且政府,地方议会,雇主都听得更多。 一些不被听的人最震撼的案例一定是最近发生的广泛虐待儿童的事件。 年轻人 - 最常见的是年轻的工人阶级妇女 - 遭受了最令人厌恶的虐待。 答案在于确保每个人的声音都必须被听到,无论他们是谁还是他们的背景。 我们应该瞄准的那种民主是人们对社会如何运作,工作场所的运作方式,当地的学校或医院的运行方式持续的说法。 这意味着增加安德鲁·温恩周一在谈论的当地服务的公众问责和民主化。 这意味着对自然垄断民主责任的公有制,以新的参与形式的管理,如瑞贝卡龙贝利已经列明。 这意味着给他们的声音在工作中,与工会能够正确地代表他们,在他们的组织权释放不民主羁绊的员工。 我答应你,两年前,我们会做政治不同。它并不总是一帆风顺。有相当多谁喜欢政治的老路上了几个。但是,让我再说一遍。我们会做政治不同。而重要的词有“我们”。 不只是领导一句话的事是不同的,但有塑造我们的民主的机会,每个人。我们作为公民的权利是作为我们作为消费者的权利一样重要。移交给社会力量,而不是在威斯敏斯特白厅和垄断。 现在,让我们把它一个阶段进一步 - 让公共服务的责任,以社区。企业对公众负责,和政治家真正负责任的那些我们服务。 让下一任工党政府将真正把权力的人,我们国家的创造力,富有同情心和坚定的人的手中变换英国。 无论在国内外,是什么支撑着我们的政治,是我们的同情和我们的人民表示声援。包括那些现在从飓风的破坏中恢复在加勒比地区,南亚和得克萨斯州的洪水。在墨西哥的地震。我们作为一个星球相互依存不能更明显。 特别是环境问题的危机需要全球共同应对。这就是为什么特朗普总统的威胁来自巴黎的气候变化条约退出是如此惊人。 有满足我们应对气候变化的承诺和投资,基于高技能行业建立一个强大的经济体之间没有矛盾。事实上正好相反的情况。 关于气候变化的行动是一个强大的鞭策,在未来的绿色产业和就业机会的投资。只要它是作为一个可持续发展的转变的一部分来管理。 我们知道,不幸的是,恐怖主义也承认没有边界。我们已经有五个触目惊心的例子在英国,仅在今年。两大选竞选的过程中,一个在我自己的选区中。 无论安迪伯纳姆和萨迪克·坎 - 曼彻斯特和伦敦的市长 - 发挥在这些野蛮袭击之后将人们聚集在一起了至关重要的作用。 我们的民主在一个流行音乐会的目标,十几岁的女孩,人们享受的夜晚,一个清真寺外的崇拜者,通勤上班 - 所有这些都是可怕的罪行。 我们都团结起来,谴责两肇事者,并在我们的应急和安全服务的支持,努力保证我们的安全。 但我们也知道,恐怖主义在世界蓬勃发展我们的政府已经帮助塑造,其失败的国家,军事干预和职业数百万被迫逃离冲突或饥饿。 我们必须做的更好,换另一轰炸,长期帮助下意识的反应来解决冲突,而不是助长他们。 我们必须把我们的价值观在我们外交政策的心脏。 民主和人权是不是可有可无,以有选择地展开。 所以,我们不能在也门的残酷战争中沙特沉默,同时继续提供武器沙特阿拉伯,或民主的埃及或巴林,或生活在刚果的惨痛损失破碎。 我说这今天昂山素季 - 民主和人权的一个冠军 - 结束暴力对抗现在的罗兴亚人在缅甸,并允许联合国和国际援助机构在向若开邦。 罗兴亚遭受了太久! 我们应立场坚定和平解决国际危机。 让我们淡化说辞,并返回对话和谈判,以逐步减少在朝鲜半岛深深危险的对抗。 我呼吁联合国秘书长,安东尼奥·古特雷斯使用他的办公室的权威,去华盛顿和平壤来启动对话的这一基本过程。 而且,我们给予真正的支持,以结束巴勒斯坦人民的压迫,在50年的占领和非法扩建定居点,并移动到以巴冲突的真正两个国家的解决方案。 英国的声音需要被世界听到独立。 我们必须坦率的朋友去美国,现在比以往任何时候都多。 我们共同的价值观不被建筑物墙壁,禁止宗教的基础上的移民,污染地球,或迎合种族主义服务。 让我坦诚相告 - 由美国总统上周在联合国的讲话深感不安。它威胁战争并谈到撕毁国际协议。缺乏对人权和普世价值的关注,它不是一个世界领先的演讲。 我们的政府有责任。它不能与温顺地这种危险当然一起去。如果特殊关系意味着什么,那一定意味着我们可以对华盛顿说:这种方式是错误的方式。 这显然有什么需要庞巴迪的情况下成千上万的就业机会,现在危在旦夕。 总理在放松管制的贸易协定与美国博彩我们的经济前景可能要解释220吨%的关税将如何推动我们的出口。 因此,让英国的声音被听到嘹亮的和平,正义与合作。 会议上,也就是常说,选举只能从中心地拿下。 而在某种程度上这是没有错的 - 只要很显然,重力的政治中心是不固定的或不可移动的,也不是在那里建立专家喜欢将认为它是。 它变为人们的期望和经历变化和政治空间被打开了。 今天的中心地肯定不是它是二三十年前。 一个新的共识,从经济的崩溃和多年的紧缩,新兴的,当人们开始寻找他们的希望不同的东西和更好的政治声音。 2017年可能是当政治终于赶上了2008年的崩溃的一年 - 因为我们提供的人民有一个明确的选择。 我们需要建立一个围绕我们在选举中确定的优先事项静止更广泛的共识,让两个同情和集体愿望的情况。 这是英国政治的重心真正的中心。 我们现在的政治主流。 我们的宣言,我们的政策是受欢迎的,因为这是大多数人在我们国家真正想要的,而不是他们被告知,他们应该想。 这就是为什么劳动是回到苏格兰的方式再次成为社会正义的冠军。 谢谢Kezia。无论谁未来导致苏格兰劳工 - 我们的社会主义统一消息将继续激励南,北部边境。 这就是为什么我们党现在有周围的所有其他各方的成员两次放在一起。 大会上,我们剩下的落后现状,但我们必须让我们寻求可信和有效的变化。 我们离开自己的部门后面。但是,我们必须使我们团结实用。我们知道我们是战役准备。 我们必须以政府为准备好了。我们的愿望由我们的能力相匹配。 在竞选过程中我遇到了,并在全国各地的听的人。苦苦挣扎的单身父母,年轻人缺乏机会的阻碍。养老金领取者担心健康和社会保健,公务员努力保持服务结合在一起。低收入和中等收入者,个体经营者和就业,面临不安全和挤压生活水平。但希望事情会改变,而工党可能会有所作为。 许多以前没有投票,或不为过去几年。但是,他们把自己的信仰在我们党。我们提供了一个解毒剂冷漠和绝望。 让每个人都明白 - 我们不会让你失望。因为我们听你的,因为我们相信你。 劳动能够而且将会提供一个英国的许多不仅是少数。 谢谢。