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Fabian Fringe at Labour Conference Sunday: LIVE BLOG

2105: And that's that. Observation: Owen Jones gets more applause at Labour conference fringe meetings than Dan Hodges. Who'd have thunk. And Polly Toynbee doesn't like events running over time.

That's it for #FabLab day one. Thanks for reading and there'll be...

Uncertain times

All of the party’s interventions in the next 12 months should be measured by three tests, writes Progress director, Richard Angell

Never has an opposition proved itself so unfit to meet the 12 months ahead of it. Just 12 days into 2017...

Down under: The challenges facing ALP

Less than one week after Bill Shorten was elected leader of the Australian Labor Party, the gravity of the situation is clear.  The brief period of excitement as members rejoiced in the modest serving of democracy that was rationed out,...

Labour's New Towns: Lessons from Milton Keynes

Renewed interest in house building is an important aspect of boosting construction in a post-recession in economy. The drop in construction in the 2008 period was marked, yet it did not tell the whole story of Britain’s modern relationship with...

Education: Nothing ventured, nothing gained

The financial crash of 2008 has sharply exposed the increasing misalignment of our education system with its fundamental purpose – to meet the future needs of the labour market, and to effectively equip all young citizens with the knowledge and...

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