Gordon Brown will use a speech this weekend to announce Labour's slogan and four main themes for the coming general election campaign, it was reported today.
The BBC said the announcement would come in a speech in the West Midlands as pre-election campaigning hots up in advance of the naming of the poll date.
Labour yesterday sent out application forms for media accreditation for campaign events, fuelling speculation that a date will be announced soon.
The poll must be held by June 3, but most commentators expect a May 6 election, with the date being announced around Easter.
According to BBC Radio 4's World at One, the four Labour campaign themes to be announced by Mr Brown are:
* Ensuring the recovery.
* Protecting frontline services.
* Standing up for the many.
* Protecting future jobs and new industries.
There was no immediate comment from Labour on the report.Reuse content