Progress | Centre-left Labour politics

September/October 2004


On the radar Moore’s the pity

Tanked up Plan for all seasons

Westminster watch Marriage of inconvenience

Global Warning Margaret Beckett speaks to Will Higham

Any questions Beverley Hughes


Stay positive Lance Price sets out the battleground for 2005

Paradigm lost Neal Lawson asks how Labour can recapture the ‘new politics’ of 1997

The lame game Hazel Blears laments the state of Labour’s political rivals

Fuzzy future In a complex world, we must devolve power, argues Dan Corry

Catch my continental drift? Sunder Katwala argues for a new case to be made for Britain in Europe

Law unto themselves Electors should be able to participate in lawmaking, says Graham Allen

Critical friends Labour should be careful not to be too hostile to the private sector, warns Stephen Beer

Comment The real deal A John Kerry government would make a real difference at home and abroad

US election 2004

Too close to call Robert Philpot outlines what John Kerry must do to win over a divided America

Hope of the States Kerry has made this US election a campaign about ideas, not attacks, says Steven Nider

Growth plan Sam Hardy considers what a Kerry government might look like

Getting angry, getting even Howard Dawber takes a ground-level look at the Kerry campaign

What a party Rachelle Jailer Valladares reports back from Boston

Four more years… Matthew Burchell think sthe unthinkable: another term of Bush in office


Blues try thinking Matthew Burchell asks where the Tories might get their new ideas from

Dark side of the loons Fringe parties are ruining politics for the rest of us, argues Will Higham

Fairness revisited Gordon Borrie and Nick Pearce assess and look beyond the Commission for Social Justice


Yours for the making Progress’ guide to the National Policy Forum

Pilgrim One ‘I’ of an insult It’s time to redefine and reclaim liberalism

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