LISA NANDY: For too long we have accepted that immigration and community are at odds. But there is a sensible, decent majority in this country who believe in a global, tolerant, open, outward facing, and diverse Britain.
Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer calls for a broader Brexit debate.
New Fabian Society/FEPS research suggests the public is ready to back a close relationship with the EU after Brexit.
The left must broaden the conversation so that it has a plan to tackle the social and economic drivers of Brexit, and a vision for a close working relationship with the EU.
LAURA PIDCOCK: Simplifying processes and stripping away some of the pomp and ceremony could make a big difference to the way parliamentary business is done. But it is even more important to focus on the systemic change.
PAUL MASON: Inertia, inexperience and insularity are the enemy of radical government. Here are 10 suggestions for delivering change in power.