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Articles about The Purple Papers: Real Change for Britain, Real Choices for Labour:

In the media:

Neither Keynes nor the market will save Labour
Jackie Ashley, The Guardian, 29 October 2012

Labour told to spell out tough choices by pressure group
Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 24 October 2012

Progress launches ‘Purple Papers’ urging Labour to spell out tough choices before the election
Mark Ferguson, LabourList, 25 October 2012

On ProgressOnline:

What might Labour’s album sound like?
Stephen Bush, 12 March 2013

What should Labour’s priorities for government be?
Lucy Rigby, 8 March 2013

Beyond Dilnot – ending the ‘care crunch’
Stephen Burke, 4 December 2012

Funding long-term care: What are the choices?
James Lloyd, 4 December 2012

The Purple Papers: Labour means work
Jonathan Todd, 27 November 2012

‘Easy-complicated’ to ‘hard-straightforward’
Tony Dolphin, 21 November 2012

What would Labour do?
Andrew Harrop, 20 November 2012

Caring for quality of life
Alex Fox, 14 November 2012

A toxic fiscal legacy
Alison Garnham, 13 November 2012

A window of opportunity on childcare
Claire McCarthy, 2 November 2012

Dash for growth or go for security?
David Phillips, 31 October 2012

Heavy on ‘Labour’, light on ‘thinking’
Stephen Bush, 30 October 2012

Purple progress
Adam Harrison, 26 October 2012

Affording universal childcare
Dalia Ben-Galim, 26 October 2012

Real choices for Labour
Editorial, 25 October 2012

The economics questions that no economist can answer for you
Steve Van Riel, 25 October 2012

Tackling Britain’s ‘care crunch’
Patrick Diamond, 25 October 2012

Public services and political choices
Steve Van Riel, 25 October 2012

Getting Britain working
Graeme Cooke, 25 October 2012

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