This edition of the Fabian Review explores the long-term change a Starmer government could deliver, with contributions from Karl Pike, Francis Beckett and Ciaran Driver. Anna Turley takes aim at child poverty, and Kate Harrison examines whether austerity can be sold to the public for a second time. Plus, Steve Reed MP sets out Labour's justice priorities.
KATE MURRAY: Labour's internal strife provides rich material for two books
This issue of the Fabian Review features Meg Russell, Stephen Beer and Wes Streeting MP on the cost of living crisis and the next election. Nick Thomas-Symonds MP traces the legacy of Harold Wilson and Sarah Crook writes on motherhood and politics.
Across nearly 45 years in parliament, Margaret Beckett has made history and shaped it. She speaks to Kate Murray about the rows, resignations and decisions she made that changed Britain forever
This edition of the Fabian Review asks how we build an electoral coalition for a Labour victory in light of Boris Johnson's resignation, featuring Jane Green, Roosmarijn de Geus, Anas Sarwar MSP, Shalini Sharma and Neal Lawson. Plus, Kate Murray speaks to Margaret Beckett on her life in politics.
This edition of the Fabian Review looks at the cost of living crisis and how Labour creates a stronger economy, featuring Torsten Bell, Shreya Nanda, Aveek Bhattacharya, Jake Shepherd, Claire Walker, Zoë Billingham, Daniel Johnson MSP, Jeevun Sandher and Tulip Siddiq MP. Plus, Peter Apps, Jessica Toale and Julie Ward on the war in Ukraine and what it means for our foreign policy agenda. And Vanesha Singh speaks to Angela Smith, shadow leader of the House of Lords, about Labour’s many victories in the upper chamber.