CIARAN DRIVER: Times have changed since Blair left office – and with them, the economic consensus
FRANCIS BECKETT: Seismic political shifts can reshape the nation. It’s up to the Labour leader to seize the moment
KARL PIKE: Keir Starmer has some big choices to make about the government he wants to lead. Whatever he decides, he cannot afford to be unambitious
New polling shows Labour progress in the countryside
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.
An essay collection exploring the challenges faced by rural and coastal communities and how Labour should respond to them.