This edition of the Fabian Review looks at Labour and state power, featuring Kenneth Morgan, Justina Cruickshank and Tim Durrant. Plus, Vanesha Singh talks to Welsh first minister, Mark Drakeford.
Also in this issue, Darren Jones MP on climate change; Marvin Rees on rethinking our approach to drugs; Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP on protecting refugees; Alan Milburn with a new vision for social democratic parties; and an elections special with Paul Whiteley and Daphne Halikiopoulou.
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14 September 2021
MEGHAN TINSLEY: Labour must go further in the fight against institutional racism.Continue reading History / Race
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JUSTINA CRUICKSHANK: Westminster isn’t working. Labour must back electoral reform.Continue reading Elections / Democracy
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2 September 2021
Is it time for Labour to get behind moves to scrap the monarchy in favour of an elected head of state? Kenneth Morgan, who led a Fabian commission on the monarchy back in 2003, assesses the party’s attitudes past, present and future.Continue reading Culture / Labour party / Democracy
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