ZWAN MAHMOD: Examples in Europe show that Labour’s plans for economic democratisation can work.
PAYAM MOULA: The outcome of the UK’s election may be uncertain – but the future belongs to the left.
Ahead of tomorrow’s manifesto announcement, James Meadway sets out Labour’s new economic thinking – which is not ‘anti-business’, but encourages certain types of businesses to emerge and prosper: ones that benefit workers, the environment and the economy.
With a general election around the corner, Aranyo Aarjan looks at the impact XR protests have had on the climate change debate – and Labour’s approach.
15 million people in the UK are expected to be living in poverty in 2020 including 2 million pensioners and over 4 million children. Where Next? calls on the next government to introduce an urgent ‘rescue’ package immediately after the general election followed by a sustained increase in spending.
A revolution in social security is needed after the general election including a 1-year emergency plan and a 10-year blueprint for reform, according to a new Fabian Society report published after 9 months of consultation.