Magazines

May 2013

May 2013

Upfront

Editorial
A Labour majority within reach Why Progress is launching the Campaign for a Labour Majority

The Insider Another dispatch from inside the Westminster village

Opinion – Nigel Farage’s Independence day UKIP’s triumph in the local elections did not just damage the Tories, writes Lewis Baston

Opinion – Women mean business It is time to close the entrepreneurship gender gap, argues Seema Malhotra

Opinion – Generation ‘why’? Generation Y will put the welfare state under ever greater pressure, warns Bobby Duffy

Letter from … Renaud Thillaye assesses François Hollande’s first year in power

The Progressive In tune, we win The dividing lines the Tories are drawing are false but powerful

Opinion – Progressive capitalism David Sainsbury on why Labour needs a new political economy

Inbox What’s being said on the Progress website

Tanked up Adam Harrison with the latest from the wonk world

Commentary Time to lead and explain Jonathan Todd on what we can learn from the era of the ‘Geddes Axe’

FordeThought Kicking it out Politics in football is never a pretty sight, reflects Matt Forde


Features

Cover story – Majority rules Peter Kellner outlines the challenge Labour faces to secure a majority and reveals new polling for Progress about the party’s image

Beating the blues The battle to win a majority in 2015 will open a new phase in Ed Miliband’s leadership, writes Steve Van Riel

Britain does not love coalitions Andrew Adonis on why he has changed his mind about the advantages of coalition

Reviews

A History of the Liberal Party since 1900 Atul Hatwal discovers a harrowing account of decades of electoral irrelevance for Britain’s third party

The British Dream: Successes and failures of postwar immigration Diane Abbott lambasts the parade of stereotypes on display in a new book on immigration in the UK

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