January, 2004

Union seminar: Brothers in arms: can the unions trust the Labour party?

  |  26 January 2004

The next event in Progress’ Westminster Fringe series is on Monday 2 February from 6 to 7.30pm in Committee Room 6 at the House of Commons. It continues our investigation into the politics of trust. The Labour party chair Ian McCartney; Jack Dromey of the T & G; and Professor Keith Ewing of King’s College …

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Towards a third term

  |  26 January 2004

Peter Mandelson will be delivering Progress’ annual lecture and setting out an agenda for a possible Labour third term on 11 February. The event will be reported in the next edition of Progress Report. All places have been booked and there is already a large reserve list (if you want to come and don’t mind …

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Welcome to the first edition of Progress Report.

  |  26 January 2004

As you might expect, this first edition of Progress Report  contains in-depth commentary on tomorrow’s crucial vote on the higher education bill. In the opinion section Paul Richards issue a sharp warning to the fees rebels. Success on Tuesday isn’t about this leadership’s future, it is about the capacity of the whole Labour party to sustain …

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Labour News

  |  26 January 2004

Jobs, selections news, and volunteering

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Grassroots to MPs: vote with the government not Howard

  |  26 January 2004

Progress urges the party's MPs in a letter to support the government's higher education bill

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The property snake

Sarah Jones  |  25 January 2004

Sarah Jones argues that those who cannot buy property are excluded from opportunity

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Family values

Eleanor Dusic  |  23 January 2004

Does new legislation on transsexuals threaten their families, asks Eleanor Dusic

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A higher purpose

  |  23 January 2004

Progress Editorial

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It’s none of your business

Oliver Pauley  |  23 January 2004

Oliver Pauley on the right's upside down values

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Offshore, off beam?

Lee Whitehall  |  23 January 2004

Shipping white-collar jobs abroad doesn't even make commercial sense, says Lee Whitehill

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