Andrew Harrop

Andrew Harrop

Andrew Harrop is the General Secretary of the Fabian Society

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Apocalypse soon?

Andrew Harrop

Labour is too weak to win and too strong to die. It needs to find a new cultural centre ground and consider how to work with others, writes Andrew Harrop The politics of 2016 may have been frenetic but now an uneasy calm has descended on the Labour party. The Corbynite left has won the big internal battles…

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Stuck

Andrew Harrop

How Labour is too weak to win, and too strong to die 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 as the UK’s main party of opposition. When an election comes Labour may end…

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Building a more socially integrated society

Andrew Harrop, Ryan Shorthouse

Think tanks from the right and left of politics spend a lot of their time arguing with each other. But there is plenty we agree on too, and the need for social mixing and a shared common life is something that people from across politics can sign up to. Earlier this month, Dame Louise Casey’s review of integration…