Progressives are restless for change – we know only a radical approach will address the scale of the challenges we face.
The Labour movement has been at the forefront of making this change happen. From the NHS to the minimum wage, we have never been satisfied with the status quo.
We can’t stop now – taking a backseat means victory for the forces of hatred and division.
It doesn't have to be that way.
Progress isn't inevitable, but neither is it impossible.
If we fight for it together, it could be unstoppable.
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The Progressive Britain Podcast is the podcast with the opinion that progressive politics can change the world.
From the MPs in the Commons, to political organisers on the ground, our guests come from all over and make change happen everywhere. We're at the cutting-edge of British politics, bringing you updates and analysis from inside Westminster and across the country.
There's no topic too difficult for our witty and incisive team: host Henna Shah and regulars Alison McGovern MP and Stephanie Lloyd. From Brexit to Baby Trump blimps – they've covered it all.
EXTRA: #TheNorthIsNext with Stella Creasy
In this week’s extra show, Progress interim director Stephanie Lloyd sits down with Stella Creasy to talk about her fight to extend abortion access to the women of Northern Ireland, going public about her miscarriage and Donald Trump’s latest comments about ‘The Squad’. Be a progressive: Donate to the Abortion Support NetworkSupport JLM – become…
91. Champagne superover – with Pearl Sangha
Henna, Stephanie and Alison are joined by Pearl to talk about the dismantling of the welfare state, Donald Trump and criticising our allies, and what the hell we should do when Boris Johnson becomes prime minister.
EXTRA: Dealing in deeds not words
Wednesday was one of the darkest days in the history of the Labour party. In this week’s review show acting director Stephanie Lloyd and events manager Katie Curtis discuss the Panorama programme on antisemitism in the party. They take an in depth look at the issues that came out of the programme, the party’s response…
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