RUTH LISTER: Our social security system gets the balance wrong between means-testing, universalism and contribution. Could basic income provide a way forward?
CLAIRE AINSLEY: To combat declining public support for social security, our system must be designed in a way that recognises that we all have a stake in its future.
MARSHA DE CORDOVA MP: We must transform our social security system into one which enables disabled people to participate fully and equally in society.
STEPHEN BRADLEY AND MARTIN EDOBOR: Labour must stand up for patients by protecting them against faulty medical technology.
RUTH YEOMAN: By embedding the principles of mutuality in workplaces, we can amplify the voice of workers and ensure that work is meaningful. This can play a major role in addressing mental ill-health.
PAULA SURRIDGE: The old left-right divide means less and less as voters struggle to fit themselves into party boxes. If the centre-left is to revive, it must work within this new landscape.