By Rafael Behr - 30 January

Conservatives are sometimes accused of living in the past, dreaming of an Olde England untainted by vulgar modernity. That is unfair.

By Dan Hodges - 30 January

In 1995, just as people were beginning to get their head round the fact Labour was heading for government, a memo popped up from Philip Gould telling them they were wrong.

By Dan Hodges - 30 January

In 1995, just as people were beginning to get their head round the fact Labour was heading for government, a memo popped up from Philip Gould telling them they were wrong.

By Rafael Behr - 24 January

It is not most people’s idea of a race. The competitors are either standing still or shuffling backwards away from the finish line.

By Rafael Behr - 24 January

It is not most people’s idea of a race. The competitors are either standing still or shuffling backwards away from the finish line.

By Kevin Maguire - 21 January

A campaign is growing to persuade Dame Tessa Jowell to wear the red rosette at the next London mayoral election.

By Kevin Maguire - 21 January

A campaign is growing to persuade Dame Tessa Jowell to wear the red rosette at the next London mayoral election.

By Dan Hodges - 16 January

On 12 January, the Fabian general secretary, Andrew Harrop, wrote an article in the Guardian to coincide with his organisation’s annual conference.

By Dan Hodges - 16 January

On 12 January, the Fabian general secretary, Andrew Harrop, wrote an article in the Guardian to coincide with his organisation’s annual conference.

By New Statesman - 16 January

“England is, indeed, insular and maritime, linked by her trade, her markets and her food supplies to diverse and often far-flung countries . . .

By New Statesman - 16 January

“England is, indeed, insular and maritime, linked by her trade, her markets and her food supplies to diverse and often far-flung countries . . .

Ed Miliband and Gordon Brown at the Cenotaph during Remembrance Sunday.
By Rafael Behr - 16 January

Labour’s response to coalition policy sometimes reminds me of the old Jewish joke about two elderly diners in a restaurant: “The food here is terrible,” says one. “Yes,” the other agrees.

Ed Miliband and Gordon Brown at the Cenotaph during Remembrance Sunday.
By Rafael Behr - 16 January

Labour’s response to coalition policy sometimes reminds me of the old Jewish joke about two elderly diners in a restaurant: “The food here is terrible,” says one. “Yes,” the other agrees.

Ed Miliband and Gordon Brown at the Cenotaph during Remembrance Sunday.
By Rafael Behr - 16 January

Labour’s response to coalition policy sometimes reminds me of the old Jewish joke about two elderly diners in a restaurant: “The food here is terrible,” says one. “Yes,” the other agrees.

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