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The left’s nuclear choice

Labour has launched a defence review, the main conclusion of which will be a decision on whether to maintain support for the renewal of Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent or adopt a policy of unilateral disarmament favoured by its new leader....

Making the case for public spending

Making the case for public spending - a report published by the TUC and commissioned from the Fabian Society - warns that severe spending cuts are already undermining public service quality, and that if the Chancellor doesn’t rethink his plans...

Why collaboration is key to the next stage of school reform

In 1996 Tony Blair put “education, education, education” at the heart of his programme for government. After almost 20 years of profound social and economic change, they remain sound principles for office. But while the goal of a world class...

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