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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...

Shaping a better world

Few of us can remember a more turbulent year in politics than 2016. And it has only been a taster of what is yet to come. Especially for the left, the challenges are mounting, internationally and here at home. As...

Apocalypse soon?

Labour is too weak to win and too strong to die. It needs to find a new cultural centre ground and consider how to work with others, writes Andrew Harrop
The politics of 2016 may have been frenetic but now an uneasy calm has...

A new programme for 2020

Labour needs a bolder and more coherent economic message - with a commitment to fairness and transparency at its heart
For Labour party members, the reasons to despair continue to mount up. Last year’s general election defeat and this summer’s vote...

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