Letters from a Better Britain, featuring MIATTA FAHNBULLEH, LIS WALLACE and more
Fabian Society research director Luke Raikes sets out to make a progressive case for devolving public spending, raising important questions about how public money can be used more effectively to deliver policy objectives.
The transformation of Britain will begin at the regional level, Andy Burnham tells KATE MURRAY
TOMMY GALE: Children’s social care shows that ‘accidental localism’ is letting our communities down. We need a bold reimagining of how public services are delivered
NICK PLUMB: We need to put communities in the driving seat of high street renewal
JOSH WESTERLING: Britain's communities rarely get a say in the decisions that affect them most. A radical devolution agenda from Labour could leave a powerful legacy