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Why Owen Smith should be Labour leader

"Owen’s vision is one of an active, enabling government that is prepared to intervene as the world changes"

By Lisa Nandy  

Owen Smith speaks during the first Labour Leadership debate at the All Nations Centre, Cardiff ©Ben Birchall/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Technology is changing how we live and work, how we interact and travel and how we generate and use energy. Yet far too often it feels like politicians are proposing analogue solutions for a digital world.

However, last month I visited the USA to see how politicians and business have…

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