This edition of the Fabian Review focuses on the future political landscape for Labour with Catherine West, Dave Ward and Thangam Debbonaire, plus Kate Murray talks to Andrew Adonis.
Also in this issue: Tom Quinn looks at the Corbyn dilemma, Michael Weatherburn on the Iron Lady generation, and Seema Malhotra on prosperity and progress.
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The miserabilist tendency
13 September 2018
MARK PERRYMAN finds a new history of the Labour left overlooks the art of the possible.Continue reading Culture / History / Labour party
Confessions of a blairite
3 September 2018
As he spearheads the fight to stop Brexit, Andrew Adonis talks to Kate Murray about his leftwards journey and the need for a radical agenda to transform the countryContinue reading Brexit / Democracy / European Union / Labour party
Prosperity and progress
31 August 2018
SEEMA MALHOTRA: Domestically and internationally, we need to lead the way on inclusive growth.Continue reading Economy / Inequality / International relations
Keep the red flag flying
22 August 2018
JASON BROCK: George Orwell’s relationship with the left was a complicated one – and it is still throwing up questions today.Continue reading Labour party / History / Culture
16 August 2018
DAVE WARD: Unions must work alongside Labour to make work the number one political issue and to deliver real change.Continue reading Economy / Labour party / Trade unions / Work
A source of pride: the NHS and the nation
9 August 2018
STEPHANIE SNOW: When it was created the NHS transformed access to healthcare for the poor and working classes. In 2018, people across our country remain committed to the values and principles which have informed it throughout its history.Continue reading Class / Health / Labour party / Public Services
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
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