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.
ANNA TURLEY: Millions of children are living in poverty. Labour must win the next election for their sake
EMMA LEWELL-BUCK: The north of England is facing a child poverty epidemic. It's a result of decisions made by this government
Ruth MacGilp: regulating the fashion industry would help address both the cost of living crisis and climate change
Our new pamphlet makes the case for the fight against inequality to be a core mission for Labour.
IMRAN HUSSAIN: A new independent body could help a reforming government raise benefit levels