Young Fabian, Kerri Prince writes on last night's election results.
As the polls close in the by-elections, two Young Fabian members share their experiences campaigning.
How do we as a party adapt to being the third-most popular party amongst working class voters?
Recent case law has made it all too clear that the UK is failing when it comes to civil relationship law.
I am currently preparing the next edition of Anticipations on the theme "It's the New Economy, Stupid?"
Many of my peers who fall into the 18-24 category will (albeit embarrassedly) admit that they have little to no knowledge about politics. As we have gotten older some have ventured to educate themselves through reading the newspaper or watching the news, but they lack a fundamental understanding of our political system.
Labour must not shy away from tackling the failings in our education system
Joel Mullan reviews some of the insights emerging from the Young Fabians Education Network.
Northern Ireland. It’s tiny, it’s across a sea, and the main UK political parties don’t run there (whether they should is a topic for a different debate). Often, there is no incentive to engage with difficult issues because they won’t win elections.
However, the recent political scandals in Northern Ireland highlights just how important this small country can be.
Automation: it’s inevitable and it’s here. As humanity’s technological capability continues enhancing, we are developing smarter ways to make our lives easier.
Labour should see reducing University fees as a long term goal, not a priority.
It is an exciting and daunting challenge for me to take on the editorship of Anticipations against the backdrop of recent changes in the world. The UK voted to leave the EU, Donald Trump is president elect of the United States, and many of Labour’s sister parties in Europe join us hesitantly watching the rise of the “alt-right”.
In my years here in this House I have long heard the Labour Party ask: what does the Conservative Party do for women? It just keeps making us prime minister.’
Theresa May’s first PMQs identified a terribly kept secret - the fact that Labour is failing women.
Nowhere was this better demonstrated than during Angela Eagle’s six-day leadership bid.