By Jon Cruddas - 06 March 04:49
We are developing a whole family approach to policy making that puts equality, relationships and mutual self-help at the centre of preventing social problems.
By Jon Cruddas - 12 February 05:24
"In our global world it is the local that will be the agent of political change, the place of belonging, the source of identity."
By Rafael Behr - 18 December 05:34
The Labour leader appears determined to avoid the challenge of fixing state services without spending more money on them.
By Jon Cruddas - 07 November 10:32
"Labour has too often renounced the transformative in favour of the transactional."
By George Eaton - 15 October 08:37
Rather than dismissing the idea as another burden on business, Conservatives should recognise it as an attempt to strengthen the family.
By George Eaton - 23 September 08:53
The party says the proposal, reportedly considered by Jon Cruddas, is "not part of the policy review" after opponents label it a "jab tax".
By Jon Cruddas - 19 September 09:40
In constituencies across the country, Labour is turning itself from a declining party of the twentieth century into a vital movement of the 21st.
By George Eaton - 12 July 03:40
One radical option under discussion is to merge the role of election co-ordinator with that of policy co-ordinator.
By Jon Cruddas - 10 June 03:10
The head of Labour's policy review promises to "push power downwards and build a new kind of state which is based on our values of responsibility, reciprocity and relationships."
By James Plunkett - 03 April 04:36
The task is to seek material gains through a new, less transactional politics.