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The beginning of a journey

Labour’s manifesto is brimming with important policies. Individually some may be small in scale, but collectively they add up to a great deal. They will change the nation - and they are all contained within the party’s tough commitments on...

Bringing it home

In December, politicians, campaigners and diplomats will come together in Paris for the latest in a series of UN negotiations aimed at tackling the world’s greatest collective challenge: how to catalyse action on climate change. But whether or not these...

Keys to the kingdom: Towards a more connected politics

If there’s one thing that is certain after the general election, it’s that politics is unlikely to be the same again. The rise of multi-party politics in the UK is shifting the electoral dynamics in our communities as party loyalties...

Young people are politically active - here's how Labour can keep up

Young people in Britain today are deeply political – just as likely to volunteer as previous generations, highly engaged in political issues and entrepreneurial about social change. They just aren’t joining political parties or showing many signs of wanting to...

A new public realm: Notes from urban India

For anyone with a feel for recent British history, it was a heart-breaking scene: a brand new estate of social housing blocks, sat on the edge of city. The residents newly ‘decanted’ miles from their jobs and social networks, with...

Public opinion and the EU

With the prospect of an in/out referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU) looming in the next few years, you might expect the issue to be exercising voters ahead of May’s election.

On the face of it, however, we...

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