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Before diversity can flourish

Emily Brothers

It is true enough that much of the electorate don’t recognise people like themselves in politics. They do not hear authentic voices that connect with their lived experience. Politicians talk incessantly about reflecting Britain better, but they remain blinkered to the exclusionary policy and practice that prohibits progress. This will only change with a renewed…

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Labour’s task

Deborah Mattinson

At first sight, the two main parties’ votes are mirror images of each other. The Conservatives ‘won’ with older people – 58 per cent of 60-69 year olds and 69 per cent of 70+. They also won 55 per cent of people with GCSE or less qualifications, and there was a small pro Tory swing…

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What next for Brexit?

John Mills

There was a time not long ago when the British stand on Brexit, reflected in both the Labour and Conservative general election manifestos, seemed fairly straightforward. The UK would leave the single market, withdraw from the European Economic Area (EEA), exit the EU customs union and negotiate a free trade deal, covering goods and services,…

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Why Life Chances Matter

Alan Milburn, David Miliband MP, John Reid, Ruth Kelly, Yvette Cooper MP

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