The summer Fabian Review features new research on growing inequality and highlights why Labour needs to rediscover its egalitarian core. With Howard Reed on why the coalition's benefit reforms are a speeded-up version of Thatcherism; Kate Bell on the arguments for investing in childhood; Andrew Simms asks 'do we want to grow forever?' and Mary Riddell speaks to Arnie Graf, the influential adviser to Ed Miliband on Labour's community-organising revolution.Download now
Patrick Diamond on what the left can do in an era of less growth, less public spending and lower living standards; Sarah Mulley on Labour's immigration challenge; Stuart White and Martin O'Neill on the 'New Labour that wasn't' and the lessons for 'one nation' Labour today.Download now
The winter Fabian Review explains how the environment could be a crucial factor in deciding the next election:
Natan Doron analyses new polling from YouGov which shows strong support for making the shift to a low-carbon economy among swing voters. Shadow treasury minister Cathy Jamieson, Keith Allott from WWF and Frances O'Grady, TUC general secretary respond.
Michael Jacobs says that the environmental crisis is now a crisis of capitalism, and sets out the terms for a green social democracy in a Fabian essay.
The Fabian Review has been completely redesigned. The first issue of the new look is our annual conference special and inside the magazine:
Katie Ghose, Peter Kellner, Lisa Nandy and Ed Wallis discuss our new YouGov polling on how to bring politics back down to earth (click here to download full polling data)
Mary Riddell interviews Labour's new policy chief Jon Cruddas
Victoria Barr says the government should create a rainy day fund to meet the costs of a future financial crisis
Geoff Mulgan writes that innovation-led growth should be made a much higher political priority
In the summer edition of the Fabian Review we looked in detail at Labour's Next State including: Andrew Harrop explores new Fabian Society research on public attitudes towards the state; Yvonne Roberts, Jon Wilson, Alison McGovern, Natan Doron, Anna Coote and Ruth Lister on Labour's statecraft.Download now
This edition of the Fabian Review investigates possible ways to a winning coalition for the left and what they mean for Labour politics.
Introducing a major new Fabian Society research project on Labour's next majority, Marcus Roberts, Neal Lawson, Tessa Jowell and Paul Hunter outline the ways Labour can win a majority.
The economy's broken - with new polling showing public appetite for a fairer, more sustainable capitalism, the Fabian Review explores how we might fix it.Download now
As Ed Miliband celebrates his first year as Labour leader, the Fabian Review Conference Special asks what he needs to do across the next 12 months to make Labour the party offering the winning formula in 2015.Download now
As the Labour Party begins to regroup after a painful election defeat, the Fabian Review looks at what went wrong, what went right, and how to move on.Download now
The spring Fabian Review looks at why things are getting worse for women under this government and sets out some new campaigns for gender equalityDownload now
The Fabian Review's New Year Conference special examines some of the big questions Labour needs to ask itself during this process, on its route back to power.Download now
The Fabian Review Conference Special charts the key moments across the leader’s first year.Download now
As the Labour Party begins to regroup after a painful election defeat, the Fabian Review looks at what went wrong.Download now
Our cross-party panel of experts sets progressive tests for the next government, whatever its colourDownload now
The Fabian Review New Year Conference special previews the politics of 2010
As the last Conference season before the election begins, the Fabian Review asks how Labour can use the pulpit of power for the next 200 daysDownload now
This edition looks at the next big ideas about how we want to shape our political and economic future.Download now
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