For a happy union

"Constitutional issues rarely pique voters interest, and so parties have rarely had an interest in taking a line on regional devolution other than a vague aspiration"





Spotlight on Sweden

The Young Fabians are observing the EU MEP elections this year. You can find our publications here.

Alongside publications, we will be producing blogs throughout the campaign. Joe Corry Roake writes on recent polling in Sweden and what this means for the upcoming elections.





The Politics of Food

The Young Fabians had an Open day discussing the politics of food on Sunday 3rd February. Thank you to all who attended for the discussion. If you couldn't make it, slides from the introduction section can be found here, prepared by exec member Stella Tsantekidou.


A Question of English Identity

Last week, the Young Fabians Devolution and Local Government Network held an event with John Denham to discuss English Identity. Marian Craig, Chair of the Young Fabians Devolution and Local Government Network summarises the discussions.





Rethinking Economics

On Saturday 10th November the Young Fabians Economy & Finance Network ran a ‘Rethinking Economics Workshop’, hosted by Nadia Islam and Mark Whittaker and with three invited speakers. This was a timely event, coming off the back of an underwhelming autumn budget at a time when, as described by the IPPR, the economy ‘is not working for millions of people and requires fundamental reform’ and with the prospect of a potentially ruinous Brexit looming on the near horizon



Creating a greener, fairer economy.

This article is based on the Young Fabian Economy & Finance Network’s event in Leeds Civic Hall on 25th October 2018.  

The speakers were Mhairi Tordoff (social housing professional and environmental activist), Prof John Barrett (UK Energy Research Centre), Ian Rigarlsford (Ecology Building Society), and Alex Sobel MP (Environmental Audit Committee and leader of SERA’s Parliamentary Network).