This edition of the Fabian Review takes a look at what Britain could look like after 13 years of Labour government, with contributions from Charles Clarke, Anas Sarwar MSP, Catherine West MP and more. Elsewhere, Gary Smith sets out a vision for industrial relations under Labour and Katy Hayward explores what two elections might mean for Northern Ireland. In conversation with Kate Murray, Andy Burnham explains how a new phase of devolution could transform the country.
Also in this issue: Ellie Cumbo on reform of abortion law; Isobel Plant on oracy education; Graham Chapman on bus travel; Basit Mahmood on the lessons of Luton Town; Lloyd Hatton on the Bibby Stockholm barge; William Figueroa on what the Saudi-Iran deal could mean for Yemen; Colm Murphy on Labour’s ‘modernisations’; Christabel Cooper on Labour’s offer to women; Stephen Beer on fiscal rules; Peymana Assad on international aid and the Taliban; Kate Murray reviews two new books, including Lisa Nandy’s; and Peter Clark revisits the groundbreaking achievements of ‘the men of 1924’.
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