Essays

The Corbynite ideology squareFebruary 2017

The Corbynite ideology Brexit reveals the Labour leader’s longstanding worldview as a paradox of open borders and a closed shop economy, writes Richard Carr

Siege economics Socialist protectionism is as unattractive now as in the 1970s, argues Greg Rosen

Anti-west It is anti-imperialism that drives Jeremy Corbyn and his hard-left cadre, finds Grace Skelton


September 2016farage-graphic

After Farage Both a Ukip collapse or revival could spell danger for Labour, writes Matthew Goodwin

Ukip if they want to Who managed to get their candidate papers in on time?

Earn it or lose it Taking the support of working-class northerns for granted is no longer an option for Labour, if it ever was, warns Jim McMahon MP


April 2016who-gains

Who gains? The Tories’ capital gains tax cut reveals their true colours, writes Liz Kendall MP

Co-invest in people’s futures Tackling the causes of poverty can help to address asset inequality, argues chief executive of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation Julia Unwin 

Equality in ownership Housebuilding and taxes must come centre stage, writes professor of public policy and director of the Institute for Policy Research, University of Bath Nick Pearce


April 2015preparingforpower

Preparing for power The Labour party in government will urgently need to cultivate the seeds of movement politics it sowed in opposition, writes Mark Ferguson

The voice of all who care Taken together the changes in care Labour has promised will be transformative, argues Liz Kendall MP

Make work pay Labour will restore the dignity of earning a day’s wage, writes Rachel Reeves MP

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