Thinking the future
New Labour’s mistake was to change the ends of Labour politics, not the means. To avoid the disaster
The Liberal Democrats understand, as the public does,
that our politics is broken. Now, the nation
The party's return to office offers no hope for pluralism.
Welfare was designed to improve our lives, but hasn’t. What we need is a compromise between Fabian-s
Roy Hattersley responds to Anthony Barnett’s New Statesman essay “Hang ’em”.
Neal Lawson replies to Anthony Barnett.
Labour is necessary, but no longer sufficient, for progressive advance.
Labour needs to understand why so many of its natural supporters feel estranged from the party.
New Labour wasted an unprecedented opportunity to reform Britain economically and politically and cr