4 July 2018
9 July 2018
ROSS CAMPBELL: There is an imbalance in the UK economy, as commercial activity is heavily skewed towards London and the Southeast. Increased devolution is desirable, but may not lead to stronger businesses in all regions.Continue reading Economy / Business / Devolution / Tax
This edition of Fabian Review focuses on the impact of gentrification on our cities - and our political class - with Luke John Davies, Gloria de Piero and Loretta Lees, plus Kate Murray talks to Richard Leonard.
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The austerity shortfall
5 July 2018
HOWARD REED: A future Labour government will certainly wish to increase public spending. But where is extra money most needed?Continue reading Economy / Public Services
Democracy for all
4 July 2018
NANCY PLATTS: In this most undemocratic of Democracy Weeks, let us recognise that the institutions voters see – distant, unaccountable and crumbling – were designed for another age.Continue reading Democracy / Elections
Health for all
3 July 2018
STEPHEN BRADLEY: The NHS’s achievements have been immense but after 70 years we need a health policy that is both more realistic and more radical.Continue reading Health
1 July 2018
MIRIAM DALLI MEP: What has been achieved over the past 40 years on addressing cross-border environmental issues should not be lost.Continue reading Environment / Brexit
28 June 2018
GEMMA TETLOW: There needs to be a more fundamental change in the government’s approach to meeting fiscal targets.Continue reading Economy / Public Services
What do we need to do to get household incomes growing the way they used to before the financial crash? This collection explores how to create the sustainable economic growth that will be needed if living standards are to rise significantly.
How trade unions can modernise to meet the challenges of the changing world of work.
Edited by Cameron Tait and Tobias Phibbs
How Labour’s National Education Service can be brought to life.
Edited by Kate Murray
Innovative approaches to lifelong learning around the globe could inspire a renaissance in skills training for UK workers.
By Cameron Tait
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