Access to Higher Education

"Adult education has a transformative impact on society, and we need to be its standard bearer."

 


Local Growth in an Age of Austerity

These aspirations go to the heart of the Labour vision of the project: a desire not just to create greater amounts of wealth, but to also build a more inclusive, accessible and cooperative economy that would tackle society’s diseases of despair.


East of Suez: A British Strategy for the Asian Century: Part Three

Young Fabian, Ash Dharmasingham writes on British strategy in Asia. Over the next few weeks we will be publishing his research into this important issue. This week's topic is "China". Follow our blog to read next week's piece on Japan


Legislative trench warfare - The battle lines have been drawn

"The battle lines have been drawn, now time to push on every issue."

 


East of Suez: A British Strategy for the Asian Century: Part Two

Young Fabian, Ash Dharmasingham writes on British strategy in Asia. Over the next few weeks we will be publishing his research into this important issue. This week's topic is "The case for a British Strategy in Asia". Follow our blog to read next week's piece on China.


East of Suez: A British Strategy for the Asian Century

Young Fabian, Ash Dharmasingham writes on British strategy in Asia. Over the next few weeks we will be publishing his research into this important issue. This week's topic is the introduction, setting out the themes that will be explored in the series. Follow our blog to read next week's piece on "The Case for a British Strategy in Asia".


The Real Scoop on Fake News

For those of you who missed the International and Comms Network event on fake news, you can listen to our podcast of the event.


In defense of non-proliferation

Britain’s left has a proud tradition of supporting just causes overseas, and a non-proliferation and disarmament platform could form the centrepiece of a new, human-centred Labour foreign policy strategy. 


Labour: Love all the marginalised

Recent events in the United States have been abominable and give great cause for alarm and concern. However, in our justified anger and well-intentioned desire to support one marginalised group, we must always make doubly sure that we do not end up stigmatising another.


Losing elections is costing us our future

We lost the 2017 General election just like we lost the Brexit referendum and the 2015 General election before that. Each time our generation expressed a clear preference and each time the opposing side won. 


Is it time to rethink Labour?

The differences and attacks become personal when we view those we oppose as traitors to the party and its history. This passion destroys our ability to work together and produce a clear message. While we cannot nor should not have a party without dissent or discussion, we need one where such disagreements can be productive and civil. 


English devolution - where are we now?

Whatever those in Westminster might think, they have to accept that power has been pushed out from the centre for good.


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