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Summer 2018

This edition of the Fabian Review focuses on the future political landscape for Labour with Catherine West, Dave Ward and Thangam Debbonaire, plus Kate Murray talks to Andrew Adonis.

Shaping the futurescape

Labour must prepare for the challenges of government in the 2020s, writes Andrew Harrop.
Only time will tell what form Brexit takes and how it will impact on our lives. The omens for the future are not good. But for now,...

Rebuilding trust

Labour's long journey back to electoral relevance must start by rebuilding trust in our ability to manage the economy, writes Stephen Kinnock MP
Not since the omnishambles budget of 2012 have we seen a chancellor look quite so uncomfortable and out...

The cultural divide

For me this debate is about culture and race, but it’s not primarily about racism. It’s about the way that inheritance, culture and environment shape the way each of us sees the world, and I will argue that this is...

Uncertain times

All of the party’s interventions in the next 12 months should be measured by three tests, writes Progress director, Richard Angell

Never has an opposition proved itself so unfit to meet the 12 months ahead of it. Just 12 days into 2017...

Progressive principles

The Brexit negotiations will shape Britain for many years to come.

Just as our membership of the EU helped define our economy, society and place in the world for more than four decades, so the decision to leave will define us...

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