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The Credibility Deficit

To restore credibility, Labour should revisit its values: everyone should be able to participate in our economic life and inequality works against this. Applying these values will require Labour to take some tough decisions.
By Stephen Beer
September 2011

Autumn 2011

As Ed Miliband celebrates his first year as Labour leader, the Fabian Review Conference Special asks what he needs to do across the next 12 months to make Labour the party offering the winning formula in 2015.

Summer 2011

As the Labour Party begins to regroup after a painful election defeat, the Fabian Review looks at what went wrong, what went right, and how to move on.

Europe's left in the crisis

In the times when our values are overshadowed by fear and greedy individualism, it is crucial to restore hope in them and to place them at the core of a new social contract. This book is a collection of groundbreaking, constructive thoughts on how to achieve that.
Edited by Sunder Katwala and Ernst Stetter
March 2011

Spring 2011

The spring Fabian Review looks at why things are getting worse for women under this government and sets out some new campaigns for gender equality

The Solidarity Society

The Solidarity Society sets out a strategy for tackling poverty in Britain over the coming decades. It is the final report of a major Fabian Society research project, supported by the Webb Memorial Trust.
By James Gregory and Tim Horton
December 2010

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