2005

Wanna be in my gang?

Giles Radice  |  15 December 2005

The SDP promised to ‘break the mould’ of British politics. Twenty-five years after the Limehouse declaration, Giles Radice examines the party’s legacy

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A PR disaster

  |  15 December 2005

Progress' editorial on electoral reform doesn't impress Kevan Jones, Fraser Kemp, John Spellar and Tom Watson

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Reviews

  |  15 December 2005

Tim Allan looks back at the electoral 'landslip' of 2005, Matt Beech relives Labour history, and Simon Alcock reviews The Truth With Jokes

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Eyes right

  |  15 December 2005

Labour needs to watch David Cameron’s Tories very closely

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Pipe dreams

Prof Victor Bulmer-Thomas  |  15 December 2005

As the government launches its energy review, Victor Bulmer-Thomas asks if the west can end its reliance on Middle East oil and gas

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Westminster watch

Ben Leapman  |  15 December 2005

A new fawn

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Keep it simple

Dominic Maxwell  |  15 December 2005

January will see the Tories flirting with the flat tax again. Labour can learn nothing from the policy but plenty from the politics, say Dominic Maxwell and Sonia Sodha

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We are the guardian of progressive values

Peter Hain  |  15 December 2005

In his address to the Progress conference, Peter Hain suggests how Labour can win back the progressive vote

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The nuclear option

  |  15 December 2005

Progress scans the political landscape for targets to set its sight on

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Any Questions

Tony Robinson  |  15 December 2005

Party pants

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