Fabian Review – Autumn 2015

Ed Wallis


This issue of Fabian Review asks how Labour should do the job it has been elected to do this time: oppose the first majority Conservative government of the 21st century. With Ruth Davis, Tess Lanning and Helen Hayes MP, plus an interview with Chuka Umunna MP by Mary Riddell, on life after Corbyn.

Also in this issue:

  • Olivia Bailey on understanding Corbynmania
  • Jessica Studdart on what Labour can learn from the Tories’ time in opposition
  • Andrew Harrop on why Jeremy Corbyn’s spending plans needs an injection of Fabian gradualism

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