Labour leader Ed Miliband told BBC's Andrew Marr show that he doesn't want to be seen as a party that represents only union interests.
"I'm not for pushing people out of the Labour party - I want more people in the Labour party, and there's no future for this party as a party of one sectional interest of society," he said.
"We must be the party of the private sector just as much as the party of the public sector."
Two goals from the Shadow Chancellor and one from the Shadow Health Secretary were enough to see off a toothless Press Lobby XI.
Ed Miliband said Labour would reverse the coalition's cut in the top rate of tax from 50p to 45p "if there was an election tomorrow".
Ed Miliband will use his party conference to attempt to convince voters he could lead Britain out of recession. He has work to do.