BEN COOPER: the 25th anniversary of Sure Start reminds us that good public services change lives
The report of the Fabian Society's Commission on Regional Poverty and Inequality concludes that the UK has two major regional economy challenges – ‘low growth’ outside the south east, where places lack good jobs; and ‘overheating’ in the capital, where living costs are too high.
Plans for a National Care Service for England were first presented 13 years ago in the dying days of the last Labour government. Since then no detailed work has taken place to flesh out what the service might look like or how it should be implemented. That is the purpose of this report.
The Fabian Society publishes a comprehensive plan for how to deliver on the Labour party’s ambition to create a National Care Service in England
An essay collection exploring the challenges faced by rural and coastal communities and how Labour should respond to them.
This briefing develops a new constituency grouping based on town and coastal geography: the 'Sea Wall'.