2004

The also-rans

Will Higham  |  20 December 2004

Will Higham picks out some of the ideas that didn't pick up your vote in our recent Progressive Deficit Survey

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Progress seminars – three themes for a third term

  |  20 December 2004

In the New Year, Progress will be starting a series of seminars in Westminster entitled Three themes for a third term. They will focus on the topics of 'social mobility', 'choice' and 'justice'.

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Trussed up on trust

Vidya Ram  |  20 December 2004

Lets stop talking about trust and get down to the real issues, says Vidya Ram of the Hansard Society

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British Institute of Human Rights Lecture

  |  20 December 2004

Ken Macdonald QC, Director of Public Prosecutions, will be speaking on 'Balancing the rights of victims and defendants prosecutors and due process'.

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Fabian Society Conference

  |  20 December 2004

The Unfinished Revolution?

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Editorial

  |  20 December 2004

Security and the differences between the Conservatives and Labour

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Inactive citizenship

Matthew Burchell  |  20 December 2004

Direct democracy benefits organised interests at the expense of ordinary people, argues Matthew Burchell

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Welcome to December’s Progress Report

  |  20 December 2004

In this month’s Report Progress takes a look at the policy ideas that didn’t get your vote in our year-long Progressive Deficit Survey. We also take an irreverent swipe at our favourite foes in the 2004 Progress awards. In the discussion section Vidya Ram argues for a move away from the issue of trust in …

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One step forward two steps back

Sam Hardy  |  20 December 2004

The future for Russia since democratic and economic transition looks bleak, says Sam Hardy

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The Progress Awards

  |  20 December 2004

At this time of year the calendar is awash with awards ceremonies. We've recently had the National Television Awards, and The MTV Music Awards. This Christmas Progress has decided to get in on the action with our own, small but entirely worthy, awards ceremony. In a sign of democracy, the formulation of the Progress awards, and the subsequent nominations, have been decided by a substantial panel of experts within wide circle of UK politics and society, namely Progress HQ.

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