Editorial Get the party debate started The process of party reform is crucial in order for change to win legitimacy
The Insider Another dispatch from inside the Westminster village
Opinion Do what you believe What Hugh Gaitskell did not do is instructive, writes Stephen Bush
The Progressive Ed’s big year 2014 will decide the outcome of the next general election
Inbox What’s being said on the Progress website
Commentary Be prepared Labour needs to get ahead of the economic argument, warns Jonathan Todd
FordeThought Christmas gifts Matt Forde looks forward to the festive delights of the CLP fundraiser
Interview ‘The 35 per cent strategy is a myth’ Labour is targeting Tory voters and should not be thinking about a coalition after 2015, Michael Dugher tells Robert Philpot and Richard Angell
Special report Meet the swing voters Deborah Mattinson and Zoe Tyndall reveal research for Progress on what swing voters in four ‘Frontline 40’ seats want to see from Labour
On the frontline: the four seats we visited Lewis Baston examines the political landscape in the four seats our workshops visited
Thinking small Does voters’ distrust of politics provide an opportunity, asks Hopi Sen
The Irish Diaries 1994-2003 Peter Hain enjoys the texture Alastair Campbell’s diaries add to the story of the struggle for peace in Northern Ireland
The Best of Britain’s Political Cartoons 2013 Paul Richards laments what passes for satire in contemporary British political cartoons
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