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Shaping a better world

Few of us can remember a more turbulent year in politics than 2016. And it has only been a taster of what is yet to come. Especially for the left, the challenges are mounting, internationally and here at home. As...

The route to power

Unity requires deeds as well as words if Labour is to win again, argues Kate Green MP
I joined the Labour party for the same reason most members did: I wanted to fight for fairness and justice, and to make a...

Put children first

The context for progressive policymaking has undergone massive change over the 60 years since Crosland wrote The Future of Socialism. Globalisation, technology, changing attitudes to women’s role, immigration, and increased longevity have all had an impact on patterns of family...

What worked

'What Worked' looks at what the Labour Government got right and wrong on social exclusion since 1997, and how campaigners can make this issue a top priority for the next government.

'What Worked' follows the publication of 'Hardest to Reach? The...

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