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
This report looks at the underrepresentation of people from BAME backgrounds in tthe Labour party and outlines ways to address the issue.
By Adebusuyi Adeyemi and Olivia Bailey
This edition of the Fabian Review focuses on how Labour should look to the local for a route back into power with Jim McMahon MP, Sarah Hayward, Jessica Studdert and Andrew Harrop, plus Mary Riddell interviews Keir Starmer MP.
Also in this issue: a US special with James Morris, Thom Brooks on migration and Rachel Reeves on the pioneering woman MP Alice Bacon.
This collection of essays provides ideas from the left and right on how best to create an inclusive, modern citizenship for us all.
Edited by Kate Murray, Tobias Phibbs and Laura Round
The first stage of work by the Bach Commission on Access to Justice finds much more needs to be done to provide justice for all.
By the Bach Commission
Four in five workers in Britain enjoy their jobs, but job insecurity is on the rise and for a group of one in 10 workers – over 3 million people – work is not providing the fulfilment it should.
By Cameron Tait
This collection explores what it means to be English and how the left can build an authentic English radicalism.
Edited by Tobias Phibbs
The local environment can be the 'green thread' that binds devolution deals together.
Edited by Ed Wallis and Claire Sewell
The essays in this collection offer hope for a more inclusive economy in which disabled employees can play a full part.
Edited by Cameron Tait
A six-point charter to reset and reinvigorate our democracy.
By Olivia Bailey
This edition of Fabian Review looks at the calls for a British patriotic vision to bring the country together again and the rediscovery of English socialism with Ben Jackson, Tom Kelsey, Jon Wilson and Andrew Harrop, plus Mary Riddell interviews Neil Kinnock.
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