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Daniel Johnson, Scottish Labour candidate for Edinburgh Southern in the 2016 election, says we are in an era of Virtue Politics, and Labour must bring its virtues to life.
Kenny Fleming urges Scottish Labour to develop a mature and textured response to civic nationalism, and its interactation with conventional left wing politics.
An afternoon of reflection, discussion and thinking on how Scottish Labour rebuilds and moves on from the General Election. Saturday 30th May | 1pm – 5pm | 333 Woodlands Road, Glasgow…
The Scottish Fabians was delighted to host a seminar on 5 March discussing Scotland and the UK’s role in the European Union. Catherine Stihler MEP, Ann McKechin MP and Claire Baker MSP talked about the challenges the EU faces during a period of prevailing euroscepticism, here in Britain and across the continent.
The Scottish Fabians enjoyed a pre Scottish Labour Conference breakfast with former MP and MSP Lord Foulkes on Saturday. The informal discussion focused on the pressing challenge of how Labour should best deal with the electoral threat presented by the SNP.
Justin Reynolds reviews Peter Hain’s case for the continued relevance of Anthony Crosland’s seminal 1956 book The Future of Socialism.
Gerard McMahon sets out his assessment how effectively a “Yes” alliance could haunt Labour in Scotland. Having just come through the Halloween period, we have got used to seeing ghosts….
David Gow outlines the need for radical renewal in the Social Democratic agenda across Europe. Six years after the Great Recession took root with the collapse of US investment…
Duncan Hothersall, Editor of Labour Hame and Scottish Fabian Executive member, outlines Scottish Labour’s need to rediscover and remember its roots and mission as a movement of and for the…
Trevor Davies outlines the need for Labour to develop new language, rediscover its stories to communicate its mission for change in Scotland. Some said it was hope against fear….