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The Democracy Lab: Changing politics as we know it

Historically, demokratia meant a participatory government where the demos (people) had equal kratos (power). Only since the late 1800s has this 2,000 year-old concept evolved into what we recognise as democracy today: elected representative democracy. It is summed up in...

Memos to Ministers: The Treasury

Labour’s five years in opposition culminated in an election manifesto which married fiscal discipline with a programme for social and economic renewal. The document only contained fully costed pledges, but it also promised big solutions on issues from inequality to...

The beginning of a journey

Labour’s manifesto is brimming with important policies. Individually some may be small in scale, but collectively they add up to a great deal. They will change the nation - and they are all contained within the party’s tough commitments on...

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