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“In conversation” with Stephen Kinnock MP full speech

Thank you. It is great to be here tonight to talk about our party, where we are, where we could be going and what that might mean. The past couple of months have been fairly eventful for all of us in the Labour party and the movement more broadly. I think all of us here, we are a room full... Read more
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EU - in or out?

The EU debate throws up emotive arguments – it is something that seems to affect us all. From holidays in Spain to the French cheese selection in the supermarket, we all come into contact with the UKs membership of the European Union someway or other. I have to confess that I am entering this discussion with a belief that generally... Read more
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Why Sadiq Khan is right to go negative

Election campaigns are a means to an end, and a pretty clear end at that: winning political office. Yes, while it is true that some can flower into “movements” or “causes”, and become greater than the party or individual they are built to promote, when the dust settles on election day this is the only true measure of a campaign’s... Read more
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The Illusion of Infallibility

“You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” This perceptive quote from the final scene of The Dark Knight aptly describes the challenge currently facing the Labour leadership. Jeremy Corbyn’s landslide victory on September 12 afforded him hero status in the eyes of his many disciples and an aura of infallibility that... Read more
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An inclusive board: What UK employers can learn from Norway

In 1971 Norway legislated for the rights of employees to demand representation on company boards. This was the result of a debate dating back to before the First World War, about the right of employees to participate in the governance of companies. Among other things, concerns were raised with regards to lack of knowledge on the part of the employee... Read more
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From the archives: Denis Healey Interview

Anticipations interview with Denis Healey - 1996 By Tom Happold and Zoe Conway Read it here
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Interview with Jess Phillips

On a difficult election night for many activists, Jess Phillips’ resounding victory in Birmingham Yardley was a rare good news moment for the Labour members who braved staying up to watch the results come in. Taking the seat from Liberal Democrat MP John Hemming on a mammoth swing of 11.6%, Philips has since been quick to make a name for... Read more
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Why I'm voting for...Andy Burnham

This is one of four articles by Young Fabian members outlining why they are voting for their chosen Labour leadership candidate. The views expressed below are those of the author only. The Young Fabians do not endorse any one candidate for the Labour leadership.  Okay, okay, so when I heard I would be writing a contribution for this four-way leadership blog battle... Read more
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Why I'm voting for...Yvette Cooper

This is one of four articles by Young Fabian members outlining why they are voting for their chosen Labour leadership candidate. The views expressed below are those of the author only. The Young Fabians do not endorse any one candidate for the Labour leadership.  Like every other Labour activist who dedicated an exceptionally large amount of time and effort to trying to... Read more
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Why I'm voting for...Liz Kendall

This is one of four articles by Young Fabian members outlining why they are voting for their chosen Labour leadership candidate. The views expressed below are those of the author only. The Young Fabians do not endorse any one candidate for the Labour leadership.  The Labour Party is a government-in-waiting. It is this which makes it distinctive among the chaotic rainbow of... Read more
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Why I'm voting for...Jeremy Corbyn

This is one of four articles by Young Fabian members outlining why they are voting for their chosen Labour leadership candidate. The views expressed below are those of the author only. The Young Fabians do not endorse any one candidate for the Labour leadership.  Over the past two decades, Labour has shed supporters. Behind the headline achievement of three general election victories... Read more
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The Labour purge backlash could destroy the party

“A democracy is nothing more than mob rule.” This saying, attributed to the United States' third president, Thomas Jefferson, rests uneasily on the ears of all who call themselves democrats. Yet in times of crisis, like those currently lived by the Labour party, it bears the ring of authenticity. Supporters of the different leadership candidates have succumbed to a mob... Read more
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