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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...

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.

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Fabian Fringe at Labour Conference Tuesday: LIVE BLOG

1945: It's amazing how quickly a mood can shift in politics; or perhaps more specifically in the bubble of a political conference. But there's no doubt the view that Ed's speech was a triumph is hardening among Labour members and...

Another mountain to climb

ANDREW HARROP: Fabian Society analysis of the 2019 election result reveals the huge mountain Labour will need to climb to win in future

Fabian Society mourns death of Jo Cox

Andrew Harrop, Fabian Society general secretary said:

The Fabian Society is devastated to hear of the tragic loss of our friend Jo Cox, Labour MP for Batley and Spen. Our thoughts are with Brendan, their children and all her friends and...

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