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The Fabian Society has a staff team of 12 based in London and Edinburgh.

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...

Health localism: what the English public thinks

Greater Manchester's experiment in NHS devolution turns one today, but do poeple in the rest of England want to follow? Andrew Harrop, Tobias Phibbs and Tara Paterson outline the findings of a national opinion poll for the Fabian Society
NHS devolution...

Gazing towards the horizon

Labour cannot be a heritage brand, but must build a vision for the future that has something for everyone, writes Andrew Harrop
The 20th anniversary of Labour’s extraordinary 1997 election campaign arrives at a very dark moment for the left in...

A future chancellor needs flexibility

The political pressure for Labour to accept George Osborne’s spending envelope will be intense. In a new essay from the forthcoming Fabian Review magazine, General Secretary of the Fabian Society, Andrew Harrop, explains why its crucial Labour should resist the political pressure...

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