Dealing with the Demographic Bulge

The improvement in technologies, the rise of smartphones, and anytime, anywhere access to information can help to revolutionise public services, make them more accessible, affordable, and simplistic, but it must meet the needs of the public it serves.


Trust ALL Women

"The 1967 Abortion Act Celebrates its 50th birthday this October. It was an important first step in trusting women with decisions over their own body. We must ensure that this first step is applied equally across the UK. I am fearful that if progress is made without parity, the women of Northern Ireland will just be left further behind. Women in all parts of the UK, with our allies, must fight together."


What does being radically progressive look like? Banning all plastic.

"We need to hurry along the process and call for the banning of all non-recyclable products."


Don’t believe the soundbites: Brexit is no boom for the NHS

"There’s a sad irony to the fact that the places worst affected by the NHS recruitment crisis are those that typically voted to leave the EU, with the north of England having the highest level of unfilled vacancies in the country."


The state as an innovator

The reason that the state will fund these innovations is that is not bound by profit motives. Its primary concern is solving problems for its citizens


East of Suez: A British Strategy for the Asian Century. Part Five: India

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 "India". Follow our blog to read next week's piece on Malaysia and Singapore


Left wing Zionists need to speak out

At a time when anti-Zionists on the Left are helping to drive up hate crime statistics, those of us who truly oppose racism have a duty to speak out.


East of Suez: A British Strategy for the Asian Century. Part Four: Japan

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 "Japan". Follow our blog to read next week's piece on India


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: China

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."

 


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