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
The first of a new diversity series looks at what Labour needs to do to improve the representation of women.
By Olivia Bailey
Tax is not inherently unpopular, and it is possible to win public consent for reforms which are becoming imperative.
By Daisy-Rose Srblin
This report published by the TUC and commissioned from the Fabian Society sets out how public investment will lay the foundation for future growth and prosperity.
By Robert Tinker
The government must do more to ensure households on low incomes have access to enough good quality food.
By Cameron Tait
This issue of Fabian Review asks how Labour should do the job it has been elected to do this time: oppose the first majority Conservative government of the 21st century. With Ruth Davis, Tess Lanning and Helen Hayes MP, plus an interview by Mary Riddell with Chuka Umunna MP on life after Corbyn.Download now
Ideas from the three main parties on addressing the challenges of our ageing society.
By Ed Wallis
Dialogue and trust should be at the heart of how schools improve in the future in a new, more transparent system.
By Robert Tinker
Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, Jeremy Corbyn and Liz Kendall set out their vision for Labour ahead of the leadership election.
Tax reform needs to be put back in the hands of the many and this collection offers perspectives on reimagining tax for modern times.
Edited by Daisy-Rose Srblin
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