This edition of the Fabian Review focuses on the future political landscape for Labour with Catherine West, Dave Ward and Thangam Debbonaire, plus Kate Murray talks to Andrew Adonis.
VAUGHAN GETHING: Wales needs a Labour government with a long-term strategy to make it fairer, stronger, and ready for the challenge of a changing world.
A gulf has opened up between our politicians and many of those they represent. LUKE JOHN DAVIES looks at how social democracy was gentrified.
MATT SINGH: There is nothing inevitable about Labour winning the next general election.
JON CRUDDAS MP AND FREDERICK HARRY PITTS: Does Marx have a place in the modern Labour party? An alternative reading of his work could inform a fresh agenda for the left.
NANCY PLATTS: A ‘kinder, gentler politics’ means fixing Westminster’s broken system.