June, 2005

Analyse that

Will Higham  |  7 June 2005

Will Higham reports from Progress' popular post-election debate

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Seeking acceptability

Nick Pearce  |  7 June 2005

The government should adopt a new localist strategy - and tone down its rhetoric - to encourage new attitudes to asylum and immigration argues Nick Pearce

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Give them what for

Neil Kinnock  |  7 June 2005

The lesson from the election is that Britain needs a greater sense of Labour's purpose, believes Neil Kinnock

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Making a strisis out of a drama

Denis MacShane MP  |  7 June 2005

Europe faces a period of ‘strisis’ – a mixture of crisis and stasis. There are three aspects: no growth, no constitutional treaty, no leadership. The Old Europe of populism, protectionism and nationalism is back with a bang, both here and on the continent. Nasty symptoms can be seen – the growth of extreme politics; the …

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From blue rinse to washout

Robert Philpot  |  7 June 2005

The Conservative's ability to bounce back from defeat was legendary. Not any more, argues Robert Philpot

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Must do better

Editorial  |  7 June 2005

Voters continue to reject a Conservative Britain, but Labour must do more to give them the positive choice of a progressive Britain

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Back to the future

Alan Milburn  |  7 June 2005

Labour won this election on its record in government but next time we will only win on our aspirations for Britain. The reform must start now, argues Alan Milburn

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Keeping mum

Sue Tibballs  |  7 June 2005

Women's support for Labour may have held up at the election but the government will have to act on more than just childcare to maintain it, says Sue Tibballs

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Babylonicall confusion

Oliver Pauley  |  7 June 2005

And he went up from thence unto Bethel: and as he was going up by the way, there came forth little children out of the city, and mocked him, and said unto him, Go up, thou bald head; go up, thou bald head. And he turned back, and looked on them, and cursed them in …

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Setting Sun

  |  7 June 2005

Will Higham thinks the press might not have as much influence over it's readers' politics as it thinks

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