September, 2004

Progress at Labour Party conference

  |  17 September 2004

Progress has a packed programme of events at Labour party conference in Brighton this year. We kick off with the Progress rally on Sunday 26 September, which will be followed the same evening by our conference reception. On Monday, we will be holding the first of three fringe meetings, entitled ‘Active Citizenship – Labour’s way …

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Blog a job

  |  16 September 2004

Progress samples some of the webs wierd and wonderful political sites

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Progress annual conference

  |  16 September 2004

David Blunkett and Robin Cook are among the speakers who will address the Progress annual conference on Saturday 13 November at the TUC Congress Centre in London. The conference, entitled ‘Building a progressive Britain’, is the culmination of a series of events Progress has held this year on the challenges facing Labour in a third …

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Welcome to September’s Progress report

  |  16 September 2004

After a summer break Progress report is back with a whole host of articles to kick off the new political year. This month’s edition goes from the local to the global with discussion ranging from how to galvanise local election campaigning in the UK, the future role of Britain in the EU, and the prospects …

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Michael Howard’s American quilt

  |  16 September 2004

Instead of appealing to mainstream voters, the Conservatives are building a coalition of support niche-by-niche, argues Matthew Burchell. And attempts to energise the right might prove more fruitful in 2005 than in 2001

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Less than zero tolerance

  |  14 September 2004

Hannah Blythyn looks at how we can tackle antisocial behaviour

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Commission impossible?

  |  14 September 2004

Peter Mandelson is taking on huge challenges but the results could be even bigger, says Roisin Donachie

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Grasssroots actions

  |  14 September 2004

Amanda Ramsay asks how we can reinvigorate local campaigning as we move towards the general election

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Anti-socialist behaviour

  |  14 September 2004

Mark Day reviews Joshua Muravchik's book 'Heaven and Earth the Rise and Fall of Socialism

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Interested in joining the audience on the Jonathan Dimbleby Show?

  |  14 September 2004

Jonathan Dimbleby is ITV’s premiere flagship political and current affairs programme. The programme covers topical news stories of the day attracting high profile politicians, key commentators and analysts. Past prominent guests include Tony Blair, Jack Straw, Charles Clarke, David Blunkett, Clare Short, Iain Duncan Smith, Charles Kennedy and many other leading UK politicians. The first …

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