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Labour’s six Brexit tests

This list was published in the April issue of Progress magazine – directed at campaigners who want to hold the Tories to account and make Labour’s Brexit argument.

Is ‘southern discomfort’ spreading?

Lewis Baston charts Labour’s electoral fortunes between 1992 and 2015, discovering a small but surprising improvement in the party’s standing in the south-east of England – but increasing ‘Midlands...

Operation Flight

Operation Flight, as part of the Campaign for a Labour Majority, is a national campaign day in nine of the 106-target seats where the incumbent Conservative or Liberal Democrat member of parliament is stepping down. As...

Battleground briefing

This definitive guide to Labour’s general election target list looks at the seats in detail, the majority, vote shares of the three main parties and, where appropriate, Ukip, the Scottish National party and Plaid...

The Politics of Solutions

This new pamphlet edited by Alison McGovern MP and Phil Wilson MP argues that a strong concentration on finding  solutions to the problems the country faces should now characterise Labour politics. With contributions...

Majority Rules

In a major new publication, Peter Kellner assesses Labour’s prospects of winning an outright majority in 2015. With two years to go until the general election, he argues Labour must defy history, overcome some awkward...

The Future of Labour’s Foreign Policy

This pamphlet examines the challenges facing improving the UK’s foreign policy machine, Labour’s Responsibility to Protect and Labour’s defence of multilateralism, drawing on interviews with senior foreign policy...

The Purple Book

The key themes of The Purple Book are that for Labour to win the next election it must regain its economic credibility, have a credible programme of reform for public institutions, and capture the imaginations of the...

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