- Fabian Review – Autumn 2009
- Tom Hampson
- 1 September 2009
As the last Conference season before the election begins, the Fabian Review asks how Labour can use the pulpit of power for the next 200 days. With the polls making increasingly grim reading for Labour, the magazine argues that a decent offer to the country can still be made if governing power is used in a bold and effective way.
Sunder Katwala sets out a strategy for using 200 days of power.
Mary Riddell interviews Labour’s election coordinator Douglas Alexander.
Yvette Cooper shows that Labour can still win
Peter Kellner says we must prepare for the worst
James Macintyre, Dan Paskins and Ed Wallis look at the various election battlegrounds
Oona King says that we need a digital democracy.
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