Articles by Liam Martin-Lane
Liam Martin-Lane


These fares aren’t fair

Liam Martin-Lane  |  9 January 2018

The Tories will do nothing about the broken system that has resulted in the highest rail fare rises in five years, writes Liam Martin-Lane 

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The steel crisis highlights the importance of active government

Liam Martin-Lane  |  25 April 2016

Date: 20 January 2009. Location: Washington, DC. Scenario: America’s first black president has just taken over the reins of an economy that is on the brink of another Great Depression. By the time the day is out, nearly 26,000 jobs will have been lost to the nation. Workers who have contributed so much to helping America’s economy …

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While Labour should remember the past, we cannot live in it

Liam Martin-Lane  |  22 March 2016

‘Blair’s dated, right-wing version of Momentum are having a get together’ was how one Twitter user described to me Progress political weekend. But I and over 130 others, young as well as old, knew the reasons for attending. In this vital quest to rebuild the centre-left and make the Labour party a credible party of …

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