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Keeping it green

Sarah Sackman

Day one in the job and Theresa May wasted no time in resetting the direction of the UK’s environmental policy. Whether her decisions to abolish the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and to install her former leadership rival Andrea Leadsom at Environment, Food and Rural Affairs were taken for reasons of political expediency…

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An Inclusive Future

Yvette Cooper MP

When Sir Ludwig Guttmann founded the Paralympic Games, he said he wanted us all to stop focusing on what people couldn’t do, and focus on what they could. As we celebrate the phenomenal athleticism of our Paralympic athletes this month, it’s clear that the world has come a long way since those first games. But…

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Labour’s English challenge

John Denham, Michael Kenny

The soap opera of Labour’s leadership election has absorbed a good deal of the party’s emotional energy and political attention for the past few months. Above all it has distracted Labour from some of the increasingly important questions about nationhood and state that are now pressing on the UK in the wake of the EU…