Green issues are creating more concern than ever before with action needed across a number of fronts. We know the government must act now, but what should this look like in practice? Stephanie Hilborne, Alan Whitehead MP, Noga Levy-Rapoport and Farhana Yamin weigh in.
JOE DROMEY: Too many people are trapped in low pay jobs, without a way of shaping their own future. A people-focused industrial strategy should seek to make good work a reality for all.
JOE DEVANNY: Labour marked this year’s Armed Forces Day by pledging that a Labour government would improve pay and conditions for the UK armed forces. Labour should build on this platform to prepare a wider programme of national security reform.
NORMAN PICKAVANCE: Artificial intelligence and robotics will impact work in different ways and each will require a different strategic policy response.
Public anxieties on immigration and integration throw up a challenge to Labour, as Rosie Carter explains in a contribution to the debate around our Open and Ethical pamphlet.
The Fabian Society are launching a new policy group, ‘Fabian Futures’. The group's convener, Harry Farmer, explores why futures thinking is crucial for the left to understand the biggest challenges and opportunities over the coming decades.