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Of mandarins and ministers: Securing power, not just office

Ed Miliband’s Labour government will take office in the toughest of circumstances: our public services on the rack because of cuts, a weak economy with hesitant growth based upon personal debt, housing assets and consumer spending, and with a record...

Why it matters: ten years of the Fabian Women's Network

I feel very privileged to chair the Fabian Women’s Network in these fascinating times: women are still making advances in every country and in every sector. Over the past decade a lot has been achieved in terms of women’s rights...

Memo to Ministers: Business, Innovation and Skills

Ed Miliband launched the Labour Party’s manifesto for the General Election by telling the nation that a Labour government will “change the way the country is run and who it is run for.” Behind Number 10, the most important department...

Last night's group hug was a warning shot for Labour

The smaller parties stole the show in the opposition debate last night on the BBC. One of the biggest talking points occurred at the end of the debate when the leaders of the three smaller progressive party leaders embracing in...

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