Our party believes in diversity, not uniformity.
The party at its best has always been a modern party.
The problem we have is not Labour, in however it is configured.
Our party's committed to tackling failing schools and cutting crime.
If we want to change what people think of us, then we have got to change.
For the most part our grassroots members are serious, nice, tolerant people.
If we do what we think is right, not try to point-score, people will begin to trust us.
We need to show that we know and understand and can reflect today's Britain. Today we don't.
Our share of the vote overall rose by less than 1 per cent - yes, that's right: less than 1 per cent.
But if we can work with people in other parties to get the right answer for the country we'll do that.