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Labour in rural England and Wales

Tobias Phibbs

The Fabian Society is carrying out a research project into Labour’s discomfort in rural England and Wales. For Labour to win a majority in a general election it must make significant gains in rural and semi-rural constituencies yet it is out of touch with rural concerns. Labour’s general election defeat in 2015 saw Labour win…

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Homelessness: a co-operative solution

Wayne Simmons

With the Co-Operative party celebrating its centenary this year, Wayne Simmons looks at how co-operative approaches can be employed to address a social injustice close to his heart: homelessness. It’s Christmas Day, 1998, and I’m surrounded by Belfast’s homeless. The first day at my new job as a support worker with a local hostel for…

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Winning hearts and minds

Richard Vize

Health and council leaders need to work harder to get the public involved, writes Richard Vize The NHS has always struggled to find the right relationship with patients and the public. Clinicians and managers know that listening to local communities and service users helps them to understand what matters and identify ways the system can…

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2013 Party Conference Roundtables

Our Party Conference roundtables are private invitation-only events. Attendance will be restricted to just 20 people in order to ensure a quality discussion. The events will also be held under the Chatham House Rule. Labour Party Conference All of...

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Back to Earth

Ania Skrzypek-Claassens, Ed Wallis

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Organise!

Marcus Roberts

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Forward

Marcus Roberts

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