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A new public realm: Notes from urban India

Andrew Harrop

For anyone with a feel for recent British history, it was a heart-breaking scene: a brand new estate of social housing blocks, sat on the edge of city. The residents newly ‘decanted’ miles from their jobs and social networks, with very little public transport. And a school, purpose built for the community, which the parents…


Public opinion and the EU

Mark Diffley

With the prospect of an in/out referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU) looming in the next few years, you might expect the issue to be exercising voters ahead of May’s election. On the face of it, however, we do not appear overly concerned about the EU; looking at data aggregated over the…


Farewell to Marcus Roberts

Andrew Harrop

The Fabian Society is sad to announce that our deputy general secretary Marcus Roberts has decided to leave the organisation after the general election to take up an exciting new position. Marcus has been with the Fabians for 3 ½ years and has led a transformation in our research activities and made an outstanding contribution…