Fabian Review – Summer 2008

Tom Hampson


This summer the Fabian Review exposes and explores Britain’s class taboos.  This issue of the Fabian Review features exclusive interviews with David Blunkett and Professor David Cannadine, and a series of pioneering policy recommendations including Tom Hampson’s controversial work on class hate and the word “chav”.


In this issue of the Fabian Review:


Louise Bamfield asks some probing questions about class and equal opportunity.


Chris Leslie argues for bold new fair taxes.


Danny Dorling shows us how cash is king in modern Britain .


Sunder Katwala on what we can learn from the American elections


Peter Hyman writes on Ten Years of New Labour


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