Following a crushing electoral defeat, the summer edition of the Fabian Review asks how Labour can flourish once again in Britain. With Dan Corry, Patricia Hewitt, James Morris and Ed Wallis, plus an interview with Dan Jarvis MP by Mary Riddell.Download now
Getting the balance right between national, local and frontline control of our health service is crucial.
Edited by Anya Pearson and Ed Wallis
Labour will need to win 106 seats to secure a majority, reaching deep into middle England, according to this analysis.
By Andrew Harrop
Bold leadership and public support will be needed to win a deal on climate change.
Edited by Ed Wallis
Politics is reinventing itself. The Fabian Review election special asks how Labour can respond. With Georgia Gould, Peter Hain, Seema Malhotra and Marcus Roberts PLUS Stephen Bush interviews deputy leader of the Labour party Harriet Harman
We must keep our green outdoor spaces open to all and so empower our citizens.
By Ed Wallis
Evidence from the Fabian Commission on Food and Poverty shows how those on lower incomes are now spending a greater proportion of their budget on food.
The Fabian Society and Bright Blue present a range of perspectives from left and right on tackling poverty.
Unless we introduce a strategy to improve living standards and reduce poverty, we will face a huge rise in inequality.
By Andrew Harrop and Howard Reed
Instead of simplistic discussions of whether tax should go up or down, we urgently need a fundamental reassessment of how we tax, and to what end.
Edited by Daisy-Rose Srblin
In the run-up to the 2015 election, with the possibility of another coalition on the horizon, what shape would an alliance between Labour and the Liberal Democrats take?
By Andrew Harrop and Stephen Lee
We need a new politics of energy efficiency, focused on putting people in control of their place in the world: their homes, their local environment and their family finances.
By Ingrid Holmes, Rebecca Lawson & Ed Wallis
The long-term low carbon transition can only occur with the consent of the public. Rather than a renewed focus on top-down solutions, communities need to be given a greater role in infrastructure design and development.
By Cameron Tait
There are good reasons why a new approach to business – where concerns
around economic long-termism, public health, environmental sustainability and strong local communities become integral to a profitable British business model – should appeal to both the political instincts of the left and to the bottom line of businesses.
By Robert Tinker and Ed Wallis
The big questions the election campaign won’t answer. Martin O’Neill, Charles Clarke, Zoe Williams, Philip Collins, Sonia Sodha and Ann Pettifor talk tax; John McTernan on why foreign policy is missing in action; Fergus Green says Labour can create a green golden age and Yvette Cooper talks to Mary Riddell.Download now
There are many more young people than we thought who are not in eemployment, education or training. It is time to give them the support they need.
By Richard Brooks
Transport provides a prime opportunity for a reforming Labour government to put its rhetoric into practice, devolving power and trusting citizens. The result should be transport policy that more accurately reflects both the needs and wishes of Britons.
By Marcus Roberts
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