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Shaping the futurescape

Labour must prepare for the challenges of government in the 2020s, writes Andrew Harrop.
Only time will tell what form Brexit takes and how it will impact on our lives. The omens for the future are not good. But for now,...

Summer 2016

This edition of Fabian Review focuses on how a continent, country and party were pulled apart, with Ruth Davis, John Denham, Andrew Harrop and Duncan Weldon, plus Conor Pope interviews Angela Eagle.

Summer 2012

In the summer edition of the Fabian Review we looked in detail at Labour's Next State including: Andrew Harrop explores new Fabian Society research on public attitudes towards the state; Yvonne Roberts, Jon Wilson, Alison McGovern, Natan Doron, Anna Coote and Ruth Lister on Labour's statecraft.

Apocalypse soon?

Labour is too weak to win and too strong to die. It needs to find a new cultural centre ground and consider how to work with others, writes Andrew Harrop
The politics of 2016 may have been frenetic but now an uneasy calm has...

Autumn 2014

How the next Labour manifesto can reshape Britain. Andrew Harrop writes on Labour’s new statecraft and Margaret Hodge MP and Dan Jarvis MP comment on the challenges facing a new generation of Labour MPs PLUS Mary Riddell speaks to Jim Murphy MP.

Spring 2016

The forthcoming spring issue of Fabian Review outlines new opportunities for transforming attitudes to welfare and new approaches to tackling poverty. With Andrew Harrop, Olivia Bailey and Alison McGovern.

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