The NHS, police, education system and social care are at risk of an "existential crisis" within five years if the Conservatives win the next election,
In a wide-ranging speech the senior Labour MP, tipped as a possible future leader, will say public services are about empowerment and opportunities - not just a safety net, as the Tories believe.
She will make the comments at a conference organised by the
Other proposals include linking pension payments and many benefits to wages; barring businesses from running entire public services; upping the minimum wage to 60% of median earnings; tax reform; a
Before the conference,
He added: "Eye-catching but small-scale promises are not enough - the party needs to adopt radical long-term reforms. This is the only way Labour can reconnect with voters and prove that the political parties are not all the same."
Cooper, speaking alongside shadow health secretary
Setting out potential policy ideas in her own home affairs brief, Cooper will announce that Labour would hold a review of failed rape convictions to work out why the number of successful prosecutions is falling. She will also confirm the party's commitment to holding police disciplinary hearings in public to increase transparency in the wake of scandals such as Hillsborough and undercover police forming relationships with activists.
Her intervention continues the themes of
Labour will also table an amendment to the finance bill next week urging the government to close a eurobonds loophole, which allows firms to shift profits out of the
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