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September 2010

September 2010

Upfront

Editorial David Miliband’s moment David Miliband has demonstrated an appeal which crosses the party and beyond

Opinion Petty partisanship The Lib Dems are providing a reformist fig-leaf for the Tories’ gerrymandering bill, says Stephen Twigg

Opinion Capital ambition Oona King outlines how she will change London for good

Opinion National challenge Labour needs a 633-seat strategy to win again, argues Luke Akehurst

Opinion Don’t cede the ground Labour must engage with Cameron’s ‘big society’ agenda, writes Richard Darlington

Opinion Women rule Rachael Saunders speaks to the women behind the leadership campaigns

Opinion The right reforms Labour’s health policy should address the NHS’ democratic deficit, says Paul Richards

Tanked up Tom Brooks-Pollock with the latest from wonk world

The Insider Another dispatch from the Westminster village

Inbox What’s being said on the Progress website

Features

Cover story The change we need I will build a movement to overthrow this damaging government and put power in the hands of the many, not the few, says David Miliband

‘Labour is nothing if it’s not about breaking down elites’ Leadership hopeful Andy Burnham tells Tom Brooks-Pollock and Richard Angell not to label him the northern candidate

Labour leadership contenders answer Progress’ questions

Lessons learned The psychodrama of the Blair-Brown era is over but our new leader shouldn’t forget what New Labour taught us, says Pat McFadden

Discomfort zone Why did Labour lose? Party members and the wider public disagree about the reasons, finds Anthony Wells

Primary lesson Will Straw on how Labour could reap electoral dividends by entrusting candidate selection to voters

Reviews

Only part of the picture Lord Falconer doesn’t recognise Peter Mandelson’s account of the Blair-Brown years

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