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The Final Furlong

In spite of Labour's extremely strong polling numbers over the past year, there has been continuing media speculation about a hung parliament. The Fabian Society undertook research during summer 2023 to understand voters’ preferred election outcomes and their reactions to the prospect of a hung parliament. Our research suggests that this narrative is outdated: the British public want a single party majority government, and many will vote for Labour to deliver it.

Autumn 2023

This edition of the Fabian Review takes a look at what Britain could look like after 13 years of Labour government, with contributions from Charles Clarke, Anas Sarwar MSP, Catherine West MP and more. Plus, Andy Burnham explains how a new phase of devolution could transform the country in conversation with Kate Murray.

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