BECCY COOPER: Worthing is exactly the sort of seat Labour will need to win to form a majority government at the next election. The key? Listening to voters
CHRIS CURTIS: Some worry that opinion polling plays too big a role in shaping Labour policy -- but it is right to listen to the public
FLORIAN FOOS: The UK press has long been a bogeyman of progressive politics – but was it really 'the Sun wot won it'?
PAULA SURRIDGE: Does Labour's lead in the polls reflect enthusiastic support from voters - or just growing dislike of the Conservatives?
This edition of the Fabian Review focuses on public opinion and how it can be influenced, with contributions from Paula Surridge, Florian Foos, Chris Curtis and Will Snell. Plus, Jonathan Reynolds sets out his pro-business, pro-worker approach in conversation with Kate Murray.
New polling shows Labour progress in the countryside