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Autumn 2017: Fabian Review

This edition of Fabian Review focuses on Labour's offer for social security, public services and workers with Ruth Patrick, Heather Wakefield and Jane Mansour, plus Kate Murray interviews David Lammy MP. Also in this issue: Allen Simpson makes the link between populism...

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  • Autumn 2017
  • By Kate Murray
  • Published 19 September 2017

This edition of Fabian Review focuses on Labour’s offer for social security, public services and workers with Ruth Patrick, Heather Wakefield and Jane Mansour, plus Kate Murray interviews David Lammy MP.

Also in this issue: Allen Simpson makes the link between populism and the myth of the golem and Mark Perryman hails the Corbyn effect.


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