RICHARD CARR: Tony Blair and Bill Clinton walked the third way in politics together. Their records should be defended.
PETE DOREY: The Thatcherites have won the battle for the soul of the Conservative party and that has led to an identity crisis far more profound than the one facing Labour.
VANESHA SINGH: At a time when the past indiscretions of Tory leadership contenders have put drug use back in the headlines, Labour should take the lead on reforming drugs policy.
CHLOE COMBI: Is good politics just about helping people to become successful and resilient? Or is there more to life than that? Why are we getting happiness so wrong?
LUKE JOHN DAVIES: Labour needs a new philosophy to guide it – and an approach with its roots in the thinking of Robert Owen, Clement Attlee and Martin Luther King could offer just that.
When it comes to the climate emergency, actions speak louder than words. Sue Hayman MP, Judith Blake and Alex Sobel MP write about the steps that need to be taken by local authorities and parliament.