This edition of Fabian Review focuses on how Labour needs to reshape the economy, with Michael Jacobs, Chi Onwurah MP, Caroline Flint MP, Andrew Cumbers and David Walker, plus Kate Murray interviews shadow equalities minister Dawn Butler MP.Continue reading
How trade unions can modernise to meet the challenges of the changing world of work.
Edited by Cameron Tait and Tobias Phibbs
Bright Blue and the Fabian Society, representing the intellectual right and left, have come together with this publication to find common ground and practical policies on pressing problems facing workplace pensions.
Edited by Andrew Harrop and Sam Hall
How can private sector trade unions reverse decades of decline? This report sets out five key steps on the road to recovery.
By Cameron Tait
In spring 2017, the Fabian Society convened a day-long summit, ‘Future Left’, to consider the challenges the left will face in the 2020s. This analysis paper summarises the insights presented during that discussion,
By Andrew Harrop
How a fresh vision of liberty could transform lives, institutions and relationships with the rest of the world.
Edited by Kate Murray
People should have a right to justice they can afford, urges this major new report on access to our justice system. The Fabian Society acted as the secretariat for the Bach Commission which has heard from more than 100 individuals and organisations over the past two years.
By the Bach Commission
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...
Our local environment is the foundation on which community life is built. Parks provide space for local people to come together and meet their neighbours, and clean streets embed a pride in one’s place.
By Tara Paterson
This edition of Fabian Review focuses on the task ahead for Labour with Lewis Baston, Jeremy Gilbert, Philip Collins and Olivia Bailey, plus Kate Murray interviews Emily Thornberry MP.
Also in this issue: Charles Lees assesses Martin Schulz and the SPD and Richard Carr on Charlie Chaplin.
The Sustainable Development Goals are an ambitious and potentially transformative framework, agreed by all of the countries in the world. This pamphlet outlines what more needs to be done in the UK to make the goals the foundation for a better future.
By Jessica Toale
The first months of Donald Trump’s presidency have been turbulent ones. We have come to expect the unexpected from the showman in the White House and his team. How should the left respond in these uncertain times?
Edited by Ian Kearns and Kate Murray
In 1997, a Labour government swept to power promising to transform our country. And the election of 101 women to the government benches promised to transform our politics too. Featuring contributions from the 1997 generation as well as those who followed in their footsteps.
Edited by Sally Keeble
This edition of Fabian Review focuses on whether the European left can make a comeback with Philippe Marliere on France's radical reformer and Eunice Goes on social democracy's renewal, plus Kate Murray interviews Angela Rayner MP.
Also in this issue: Polly Toynbee and David Walker.
It is early days for the devolution of healthcare, but NHS localism has the potential to transform how public services are delivered in England. What does the public think about health devolution?
Edited by Tobias Phibbs
This is the report from the Fabian Society’s retail taskforce. The report ﬁnds that changes in the retail landscape could lead to more than 1 million job losses or a race to the bottom on working conditions.
By Cameron Tait
Progressives must accept and respect the result of the EU referendum, and come together to shape the Brexit negotiations. That starts by learning the lessons of the referendum.
By Joe Carberry and Olivia Bailey
The Labour Party is too weak to win the next election – whether it takes place in 2017 or 2020. But it is also too strong to be displaced, according to this analysis.
By Andrew Harrop
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