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Shaping the futurescape

In spring 2017, the Fabian Society convened a day-long summit, ‘Future Left’, to consider the challenges the left will face in the 2020s. This analysis paper summarises the insights presented during that discussion,
By Andrew Harrop
October 2017

Local and National

It is early days for the devolution of healthcare, but NHS localism has the potential to transform how public services are delivered in England. What does the public think about health devolution?
Edited by Tobias Phibbs
March 2017


The Labour Party is too weak to win the next election – whether it takes place in 2017 or 2020. But it is also too strong to be displaced, according to this analysis.
By Andrew Harrop
January 2017

For Us All

Why are current policies failing - and how can we create a social security system fit for the future?
By Andrew Harrop
August 2016

Future Left

This collection of essays bring together voices from the UK and EU to look at where next for the left in a fast-changing world.
Edited by Andrew Harrop and Ed Wallis
April 2016

The Greatest Divide

The gap between rich and poor is set to rise even further by 2030 - but there is nothing inevitable about this polarisation.
By Andrew Harrop
December 2015

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