Labour's John McDonnell blames the Tories for fall in UK productivity
John McDonnell addresses the Labour conference in Liverpool and sets out the party’s economic priorities
SHADOW CHANCELLOR John McDonnell MP told the Labour Party conference on Monday that productivity is falling in the UK because the Conservative government is not investing enough.
McDonnell told delegates in Liverpool that the first thing the Labour Party would do if it gets into government is end austerity.
In his speech, McDonnell outlined what a Labour government would do to change the economy.