Reclaiming the ‘big society’

Terry Philpot  |  24 May 2011

If the ‘big society' is about the Tories' stealing Labour's clothes, Labour must reclaim by accepting the Tories' terms, says Terry Philpot following this week's Progress annual conference

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Economic competence: Does Labour have a credibility deficit?

Stephen Beer  |  23 May 2011

This year's Progress annual conference was encouraging in that together we got closer to outlining the kind of agenda we need as we think ahead to the next election. A particular theme throughout the day was a debate about how we should restore economic credibility with the electorate.

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Progress annual conference 2011

Progress  |  21 May 2011

21 May 2011 | 10:00 to 17:00 Congress Centre, 23-28 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3LS Progress annual conference 2011 is the biggest event of the Progress calendar. Keynote: EdMiliband MP, leader, Labour party Our conference brings together Labour members and trade unionists from across the country with senior politicians, union leaders, councillors and political commentators. …

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Third Place First

Michael Hassell  |  20 May 2011

When Keith Dibble, a great friend and comrade from Aldershot CLP, rang and told me that Richard Angell had been in touch to say that Progress wanted to have one of their campaign days in Guildford and Aldershot I was surprised and delighted.

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How does a winning party make policy?

Gisela Stuart MP  |  17 February 2011

Following on from Luke Akehurst's take on this question ahead of tonight's Leicester event, Birmingham MP Gisela Stuart sets out seven lessons for Labour ahead of the party policymaking event in her own city tomorrow.

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Access all areas

Keith Dibble  |  6 December 2010

In the 1990s Keith Dibble was at the heart of taking Labour into ‘unwinnable' seats - and capturing them. Now, with Progress, he relaunches Third Place First, the campaign for the party to rebuild its presence throughout the country.

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