DAVE WARD: Unions must work alongside Labour to make work the number one political issue and to deliver real change.Read more Economy / Labour party / Trade unions / Work
FIONA ALDRIDGE: Faced with the prospect of longer working lives, technological change and economic uncertainties, we need to ensure that high quality opportunities to upskill and retrain are available to all.Read more Education / Technology / Work
RAJI HUNJAN: Disabled people should not have to rely on charities to secure the social security benefits they are entitled to.Read more Health / Inequality / Justice / Welfare
STEPHANIE SNOW: When it was created, the National Health Service transformed our country. When we look to reform it, we must ensure we retain the values and principles which have informed it throughout its history.Read more Class / Health / Labour party / Public Services
21 August 2018
The last 15 years have seen impressive cross-party consensus on pensions policy, particularly the establishment and extension of auto-enrolment into workplace pensions. But further reforms are required to ensure more people have sufficient resources for retirement.Continue Reading Conservatives / Economy / Labour party / Pensions
Never too much?
8 August 2018
LOUIS MORIN: The concept of a maximum wage breathes new life into the inequality debate.Continue Reading Inequality
Workers and Technology
6 August 2018
A new Commission on Workers and Technology chaired by Yvette Cooper MP is launched today with the publication of new evidence on British workers‘ hopes and fears for automation over the next decade.Continue Reading Changing Work Centre / Trade unions / Work
Workers and technology: our hopes and fears
6 August 2018
An exclusive YouGov survey on workers’ expectations and views on technology change in the workplace is published to launch the Fabian Society and Community Commission on Workers and Technology.Continue Reading Changing Work Centre / Trade unions / Work
3 August 2018
IAN KEARNS: Brexit should not mean Britain opts out of the debate over the EU’s future.Continue Reading Brexit / European Union
Fairness and its many faces
1 August 2018
IAIN MCLEAN AND MARTIN ROGERS: Labour’s 2017 manifesto promised action so that ‘no nation or region of the UK is unfairly disadvantaged’. But fairness has many faces, so hard choices must be made.Continue Reading Devolution / Economy / England and Labour / Inequality
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What does the NHS need to ensure it survives another 70 years and beyond? This report explores a comprehensive agenda for the future of the NHS looking at how it is funded, organised and reformed.
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