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Autumn 2018: Fabian Review

This edition of the Fabian Review focuses on what a radical Labour party in government could do to ensure its success with Angela Eagle, Faiza Shaheen and Paul Mason plus Emma Burnell talks to Jon Trickett.

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This edition of the Fabian Review focusses on what a radical Labour party in government could do to ensure its success with Angela Eagle, Faiza Shaheen and Paul Mason plus Emma Burnell talks to Jon Trickett.

Also in this issue: Claire McCarthy on public ownership, Matthew Taylor on transitioning to power, and Miatta Fahnbullah & Alfie Stirling on the economic alternative.

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Opinion

Remaining radical in power

9 October 2018

PAUL MASON: Inertia, inexperience and insularity are the enemy of radical government. Here are 10 suggestions for delivering change in power.

Continue reading Elections / Labour party
Insight

The economic alternative

2 October 2018

MIATTA FAHNBULLEH AND ALFIE STIRLING: A decade has been wasted since the banking crisis, but economic change may finally be coming.

Continue reading Economy / Inequality / Labour party
Interview

The rebel insider

1 October 2018

The shadow cabinet office minister has a low public profile but is at the heart of the Corbyn project. Jon Trickett tells Emma Burnell about Labour’s preparations for power.

Continue reading Elections / Labour party
Opinion

Prioritise and prepare

28 September 2018

BRONWEN MADDOX: How a radical Labour government can work with the machinery of government and why it shouldn’t fear “Sir Humphrey”

Continue reading Elections / Facing the Future / Labour party
Opinion

Crying wolf

23 September 2018

VANESHA SINGH: Fabian conspiracies can be put into two categories: those that claim the society want to dominate the world, and those that believe it is already successfully doing so.

Continue reading Culture / History

Emma Burnell

Emma Burnell is the Director of Political Human and Co-editor of Open Labour.

@EmmaBurnell_

Vanesha Singh

Vanesha Singh is the Editorial Officer at the Fabian Society.

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