This edition of Fabian Review looks at the calls for a British patriotic vision to bring the country together again and the rediscovery of English socialism with Ben Jackson, Tom Kelsey, Jon Wilson and Andrew Harrop, plus Mary Riddell interviews Neil Kinnock.
Essays setting out 11 principles for a progressive Brexit.
Edited by Olivia Bailey
Why are current policies failing - and how can we create a social security system fit for the future?
By Andrew Harrop
Part of the diversity series, this report reveals there is more to be done to tackle homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in the Labour party.
By Olivia Bailey
A rich cultural life in our villages, suburbs, towns and cities can help us make sense of the world around us.
By Ed Wallis
The first publication from the Changing Work Centre, a joint initiative by the Fabians and Community trade union exploring progressive ideas for the modern world of work.
Edited by Yvette Cooper MP
This edition of Fabian Review focuses on how a continent, country and party were pulled apart, with Ruth Davis, John Denham, Andrew Harrop and Duncan Weldon, plus Conor Pope interviews Angela Eagle.
A one-off levy for the super-rich would help tackle growing inequality.
By Nick Donovan
Local election results show there is no room for complacency for Labour.
By Lewis Baston
This collection of essays bring together voices from the UK and EU to look at where next for the left in a fast-changing world.
Edited by Andrew Harrop and Ed Wallis
A coherent economic strategy that increases productive investment and improves competitiveness would enthuse those eager for change without departing from mainstream economics.
By Bryan Gould
This report presents the main findings and conclusions from a Fabian Society and GQRR poll which explored attitudes and arguments about the referendum campaign.
By Olivia Bailey
The forthcoming spring issue of Fabian Review outlines new opportunities for transforming attitudes to welfare and new approaches to tackling poverty. With Andrew Harrop, Olivia Bailey and Alison McGovern.Download now
Since it was first published in 1939, The ABC of Chairmanship has been routinely recommended to aspiring trade unionists by their general secretaries, and Labour party chairs often suggest delegates use it.
By Walter Citrine
Reprinted in 2016
The gap between rich and poor is set to rise even further by 2030 - but there is nothing inevitable about this polarisation.
By Andrew Harrop
This edition of Fabian Review previews a crucial year for the future shape of the nation. With Nick Forbes, Ivan Lewis, Jonathan Rutherford and Sarah Sackman, plus Mary Riddell interviews the shadow chancellor John McDonnell.
Today's left needs to unite around a new internationalism.
Foreword by Hilary Benn MP and introduction by Mark Leonard
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