This edition of the Fabian Review takes a look at the foreign policy challenges Labour could face, featuring Stella Creasy MP, Nick Westcott, Toni Haastrup and Victoria Honeyman. Elsewhere, Andrea Coomber calls for urgent reform of the prison system and Richard Toye examines the lessons of the Attlee government. In conversation with Iggy Wood, Alf Dubs argues the current government’s hostility towards refugees is unprecedented.
Also in this issue: Christina McAnea on the minimum wage, Alfred Slade on corporate responsibility for obesity, Jessica Toale on proportional representation, Janet Daby MP on the youth justice system, Derek Wood on the history of new towns, Paul Richards on the theft epidemic, Katie Schmuecker on destitution, John Bowers on standards in public life, and Rohan McWilliam reviews John Cruddas’s A Century of Labour.
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22 January 2024
NICK WESTCOTT: In an increasingly precarious world, Labour must be ready for the foreign policy challenges aheadContinue reading Foreign policy / Labour party
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