NOLAN MACGREGOR: The Democrats took voters of colour for granted and delivered a humiliating result on every level except the presidential.
JACKIE BAILLIE MSP: Scottish Labour has a mountain to climb in next year’s elections but its values still chime with voters.
PAUL RICHARDS: Keir Starmer should take a leaf out of Tony Crosland’s book by building a Labour programme fit for the future.
KEIR STARMER MP: Labour must set out its vision to right the injustices the pandemic has laid bare.
This edition of the Fabian Review has a message from the Labour leader, Keir Starmer MP, on fighting for a better future. Faiza Shaheen, Fahmida Rahman and Meredith Whitten put forward their demands for combatting structural inequality. Plus, Vanesha Singh talks to shadow equalities minister Marsha de Cordova MP about the party's response to Black Lives Matter.
Also in this issue: Global perspectives special with Michael Jennings and Elora Halim Chowdhury; Jackie Baillie MSP on Labour's prospects in the forthcoming Scottish elections; Gordon Marsden discusses the crisis in education.
INTERVIEW: Labour’s age-old values of compassion and cooperation can tackle the challenges ahead, Liam Byrne tells Kate Murray.