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we have to get to the heart of why we lost and making the right decisions about how we win we should not be afraid of differences we should crush them out , labor outlines its new leadership strategy with a focus on letting the public into the party , harriet harman saying any labor support that can vote for the next labor leader under current plans of the candidates will face an intense t. v. debates this summer the electoral reform society set to receive the ballot papers so unions cont skew members votes , we change the rules so that means one person has one vote regardless of whether they're in n. p. shot a cabinet member trade unionists for regista supporter everyone's vote is equal as it should be harmony kicking off the vague the transparency after the u. k. is the biggest trade unionists threatened to abandon the party if they were unhappy with the next leader , after resigning this weekend scottish labor leader jim murphy hit back at union boss let mccloskey saying his old grudges and grievances shouldn't affect the outcome mccloskey backing shadow health secretary andy burnham the current front runner for the job he claims he can reunite that disparate party