LEO PANITCH: Labour’s shift back to the centre risks marginalising the creativity and commitment which new members brought to the party.
Labour’s MPs do not have strong enough ties with a broad base of voters who work in the private sector - but a better selection process can remedy this. Sonny Leong discusses.
CHRISTABEL COOPER: There is a growing disconnect between the views of Tory MPs and their voters for the left to capitalise on.
Can the UK’s leadership vacuum be filled? Glen O’Hara takes a look.
This edition of the Fabian Review looks at Britain's handling of the coronavirus crisis, featuring Glen O'Hara, Lisa Nandy MP, Lynne Segal and Jo Littler, plus Kate Murray interviews Liam Byrne MP.
Also in this issue: Jermain Jackman calls for a black British renaissance; Deborah Coles talks prisons and the pandemic; Kevin Kennedy Ryan on the art of the visual political message; and Leo Panitch on Labour's shift back to the centre.
This month marks the 75th anniversary of Labour’s 1945 victory. What lessons are there for the party in 2020 and beyond? Paul Dimoldenberg discusses.