FAIZA SHAHEEN: Injustice in our labour market is home-grown and can be fixed if we give workers power.
CLAIRE MCCARTHY: Scaling up cooperatives is radical, practical and achievable.
DEBORAH BESTWICK: We must value the art young people create and resource them with good quality facilities.
LAURA PIDCOCK: Simplifying processes and stripping away some of the pomp and ceremony could make a big difference to the way parliamentary business is done. But it is even more important to focus on the systemic change.
MIATTA FAHNBULLEH AND ALFIE STIRLING: A decade has been wasted since the banking crisis, but economic change may finally be coming.
ALEX SOBEL: Bad laws undermine faith in our politics. A new approach to scrutiny, with a chance for the public to contribute to law-making and more opportunity to work through legislation before it makes it onto the statute book, could revitalise the democratic process.