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Corbyn's hard-left 'government in waiting' ready to takeover Brexit talks in 'September'

Daily Express, 15 July 2017

Is Labour making a big mistake?

Sky News, July 2017

Senior Labour figures clash over concerns of working-class voters

The Guardian, 4 July 2017

Labour needs to work hard to win the next election, new report warns

LabourList, 3 July 2017

Why Labour will need more than just “one more heave” to take power

New Statesman, 3 July 2017

Jeremy Corbyn is now secure as Labour leader, says Watson

The Guardian, 2 July 2017

Will one more heave be enough to get Jeremy Corbyn to Number 10?

The Guardian, 2 July 2017

Labour Has ‘A Lot More Work To Do’ Before It Wins A General Election, Think Tank Policy Network Warns

Huffpost, 2 July 2017

Jeremy Corbyn could become 'unbeatable' and stay leader for years, says Tom Watson

The Indepedent, 2 July 2017

Corbyn’s Labour has done well. To win power it needs to do far better

The Guardian, 23 June 2017

UK election: Mayday, Mayday!

France 24, 9 June 2017

Rule of Law (and Justice)

Financial Times, 16 May 2017

A beginner’s guide to election manifestos – and why they really matter

The Conversation, 11 May 2017

What would the parliamentary Labour party look like after a landslide general election defeat?

New Statesman, 4 May 2017

Labour election losses could bolster Corbyn's support – thinktank

The Guardian, 30 April 2017

Chuka Umunna: Leaving the single market is not an option

iNews, 29 March 2017

Important interventions

Progress, 15 March 2017

Chuka Umunna says Theresa May should agree EU-wide reform of free movement rules

The Independent, 7 March 2017

It's not too late for Theresa May to change course on Brexit and support a more intelligent diplomatic strategy

The Independent, 7 March 2017

Brexit to take longer than two years as UK is NOT PREPARED, German politician scathes

The Daily Express, 1 March 2017

European Town Hall

Politico, Brussels Playbook, 24 February 2017

Connected Cars Expected to Contribute USD 18 Trillion to European Economy by 2050

Tires&Parts, 28 December 2016

Libertà, salute, sicurezza. I vantaggi della mobilità del futuro, numeri alla mano

LifeGate.it, 16 December 2016

Why Brexit could be bad news for self-driving cars

Automotive News, 7 December 2016

Patrick Diamond comments on working class voters leaving Labour

Wall Street Journal, 6 December 2016

Nissan now wants to power your home with EV batteries

Top Gear, 2 December 2016

Autonomous drive vehicles to contribute €17 trillion to European economy by 2050

Concept Carz, 30 November 2016

Nissan: Autonomous drive vehicles to contribute €17 trillion to European economy by 2050

Automotive World, 30 November 2016

El coche autónomo aportará 17.000 millones al PIB europeo hasta 2050

El Economista, 30 November 2016

El vehículo sin conductor aportará 17.000 millones de euros a Europa en 2050

La Vanguardia, 30 november 2016

Pierre Moscovici in conversation with Peter Mandelson

The World Tonight, BBC Radio 4, 24 November 2016

Matthew Laza discusses Brexit

Phoenix Chinese Channel, 16 November 2016

Matthew Laza discusses Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

BBC Newsnight, 23 September 2016

Trudeau is the unproven champion of the centre-left

The Globe and Mail, 19 September 2016

BBC on Global Progress 2016

BBC One Sunday Politics, 18 September 2016

Sadiq Khan accuses Donald Trump of 'playing into hands of Isis 

ITV, 16 September 2016

Andrew Little talks diversity and selfies with Canada's Justin Trudeau

New Zealand Herald, 16 September 2016

London Mayor Sadiq Khan: Trump Is Helping ISIS

Newsweek, 16 September 2016

Sadiq Khan tells Canadian Prime Minister London is 'open for business' on North America trip

Evening Standard, 15 September 2016

Trudeau: Discrimination Against Immigrants Is Nothing New In Canada

The Huffington Post, 15 September 2016

Canadians cannot be overly impatient with integration of immigrants, Justin Trudeau says

CBC News, 15 September 2016

Bill Shorten to skip Parliament for date with Canada's Justin Trudeau

The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 September 2016

Labour should consider Justin Trudeau's tactics, says ex-Brown adviser

The Guardian, 4 August 2016

As a former policy adviser to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, this is what I think the Labour party should do next

The Independent, 27 June 2016

Monocole Daily (from 17.20)

Monocle Radio, 4 May 2016

Justin Trudeau points the way forward for European politics

The New Statesman, 3 May 2016

Three reality checks for leavers and remainers

Open Democracy, 7 March 2016

Beziehungsstatus: kompliziert: Warum Großbritannien und die EU am Scheideweg stehen

Neue Gesellschaft Frankfurter Hefte, 3 March 2016

How will trade be affected by Brexit?

Share Radio, 25 February 2016

Trade deal with EU after Brexit would 'not come for free', Mandelson warns

Express & Star, 25 February 2016

The Globalist

Monocle Radio, 24 February 2016

Les relations compliquées entre le Royaume-Uni et l'Union européenne

Radio Télévision Suisse, 23 February 2016

Chuka Umunna and Vince Cable join forces for new think tank

Labour List, 16 February 2016

Brexit : "le vote ne dépendra pas vraiment de l'accord entre le Royaume-Uni et l'UE"

Toute L'Europe, 15 February 2016

Asscher wil loon reserveren voor scholing werknemers

de Volkskrant, 7 January 2016

Le Pen paralitza la França politicament correcta

Agenda Europa, 5 January 2016

UK planning fee regime: A throwback to the Soviet era

CapX, 17 December 2015

Cameron should draw a line under the renegotiation as soon as possible

Progress Online, 15 December 2015

Harsh truths for French Socialists

Progress Online, 15 December 2015

New hard times

Progress Online, 9 December 2015

The rise of France's far-right

Share Radio, 9 December 2015

Brexit: Whatever must the neighbours think?

CapX, 7 December 2015

The prairie populist: How Stephen Harper transformed Canada

IPPR, 4 December 2015

How do you fix Canada's voting system? Start by asking Canadians

iPolitics, 27 November 2015

Labours Zwickmühle Brexit verhindern, ohne Cameron zu helfen.

Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft, 23 November 2015

Brexit – Was für die EU und Großbritannien auf dem Spiel steht

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 23 November 2015

Whitehall attitude like 'Soviet Politburo'

The Municipal Journal, 20 November 2015

After Paris, progressives must avoid simplistic narratives

Progress Online, 19 November 2015

David Cameron will struggle to sell a reforming EU to his party

CapX, 9 November 2015

Röster om Brexit

Svenska Dagbladet, 6 November 2015

Understanding Cameron’s renegotiations: the ‘ever-closer union’ problem 

LSE Brexit Vote, 6 November 2015

David Cameron and George Osborne refine their EU referendum lines

The Independent, 6 November 2015

Free lunch: Rulemaking and rulebreaking

Financial Times, 4 November 2015

The cheerleaders for a Brexit must say what it will look like

The Guardian, 4 November 2015

MP Liam Byrne leads 'moderates' in battle to reclaim Labour party

Birmingham Mail, 3 November 2015

Capital Markets Union needs to do more to help risk-takers

E! Sharp Magazine, 2 November 2015

Letter from... Canada

Progress, 27 October 2015

Canada hasn't lurched to the left – it's returned to the centre

New Statesman, 23 October 2015

How to fix Britain's broken housing market

Cap X, 22 October 2015

Adopt German land reform, think-tank says

Financial Times, 20 October 2015

Mit demokratischer Innovation gegen den Rechtsruck

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 8 October 2015

The Labour party must keep Britain in Europe

The Telegraph, 6 October 2015

EU referendum: Stop the complacency or Britain could sleepwalk out of the European Union

City AM, 2 October 2015

No mean task

Progress Online, 27 September 2015

Labour's conference will crackle with ideas. But the party may not survive

The Guardian, 25 September 2015

Éviter le Brexit 'sans mise en scène pseudo-dramatique'

Confrontations Europe: La Revue, September 2015

Here's what Britons really want David Cameron to get from Brussels

The Telegraph, 14 September 2015

Jeremy Corbyn should beware his enemies - and even more his friends

The Observer, 13 September 2015

Face the facts, Labour: you'll need help to oust the Tories

The Guardian, 11 September 2015

Tory peer exposed as Labour member

The Times, 9 September 2015

Labour will go out of business unless it sheds its 'cloth cap' image, report warns

The Independent, 8 September 2013

EU's disjointed national laws may undermine capital markets push

Bloomberg, 3 September 2015

Governing with the people

What works Scotland, 31 August 2015

Grande-Bretagne : l'irrésistible ascension de Jeremy Corbyn

Mediapart, 14 August 2015

Labour needs 'shock treatment', says Tristram Hunt

The Guardian, 15 July 2015

Tristram Hunt to urge Labour to 'wrap itself' in patriotism to win back voters

The Huffington Post, 15 July 2015

Labour could soon be as dead as a dodo

The Times, 14 July 2015

Tristram Hunt: 'Labour needs a summer of hard truths'

The Observer, 12 July 2015

Europe's flagging centre left must get to grips with the politics of national identity
The Guardian, 19 June 2015

Where should Labour go from here?

The Financial Times, 20 May 2015

Nu bäddar Löfven för valförlust

Aftonbladet, 17 May 2015

Memo to Labour: we’re all metrosexual now
The Times, 14 May 2015

It was the 35 per cent strategy that lost Labour the general election
The Independent, 11 May 2015

A Londres, les travaillistes devraient renouveler leurs idées au lieu de s’inspirer de M. Hollande
Le Monde, 6 May 2015

Britain and the EU: In or Out?
BBC World Service, 18 April 2015

The Brexit dilemma
The Economist, 4 April 2015

Social democracy in a digital era
The New Statesman, 30 March 2015

Democracy is about more than a vote: politics and brand management
Oxford University Press Blog, 1 March 2015

NHS could be saved by increasing national insurance, Labour MP says
The Guardian, 17 February 2015

Act now and call the anti-Europeans’ bluff – they look absurd and weak

The Guardian, 12 February 2015

Labour is proposing a sensible restructure of British capitalism
The Independent, 9 February 2015

Baying for Brexit
Progress Magazine, 2 February 2015

Is there space for democratic choices in the eurozone?

ESharp!, February 2015

Just how close are we to Brexit?
Left Foot Forward, 16 January 2015

Why a Labour win in May might not stop us sleepwalking to Brexit
New Statesman, 16 January 2015

Are we electoral fundamentalists?
3:AM Magazine, 5 January 2015

Labour neglects English marginal seats at its peril – it can't just appeal to its "heartlands"
New Statesman, 25 November 2014

Rebuilding the popular centre

Progress, 21 November 2014

What should the Labour party's priorities be for government?
New Statesman, 29 October 2014

Is Cameron keeping his enemies too close as appetite for Ukip grows?
The Guardian, 21 October 2014

A new manifesto for the tech industry
Hufington Post, 18 September 2014

O’Malley headed to London to talk politics, governing at a pair of think tanks
The Washington Post, 16 September 2014

Chuka Umunna: How Britain can win in the new global economy
Evening Standard, 19 August 2014

Ed Miliband to change tone on big companies
Financial Times, 2 July 2014

Lord Adonis review backs devolution as key to 'balanced economic recovery'
The Guardian, 1 July 2014

The British centre-left must espouse a practical vision of a progressive capitalism
The Independent, 1 July 2014

Labour offers olive branch to business by targeting tax and investment
The Guardian, 29 June 2014

Murnaghan 22.06.14 Interview with Lord Liddle, former advisor to Tony Blair on Europe
Sky News, 22 June 2014

The new working class
The Economist, 16 June 2014

Labour in late bid to win back business
The Times, 13 June 2014

Reformers should be given more time, says Dijsselbloem
EurActiv, 6 June 2014

Social democracy is on the ropes – it needs a new vision
The Guardian, 4 June 2014

Los nuevos inseguros en la sociedad 5-75-20
El Dario, 15 May 2014

Une Europe plus sociale passe par des engagements réciproques
La Tribune, 15 May 2014

Miliband’s hard times message is ‘putting off southern voters’
The Times, 9 May 2014

Exclusive: Admit you’ll have to raise taxes if you win next election, Ed Miliband told
The Independent, 5 May 2014

We need a radical reform of the tax system
The Independent, 4 May 2014

AstraZeneca bid shows that takeovers of UK firms are all too easy
The Guardian, 2 May 2014

Vänstern söker sin reformagenda
Dagens Arena, 26 April 2014

How the left can win in the 5-75-20 society
The New Statesman, 23 April 2014

A spad's view: the good, the bad and the ugly of Whitehall policymaking
The Guardian, 23 April 2014

Labour bets on living standards being key issue as 2015 elections near
The Guardian, 23 April 2014

Labour risks being a ‘one trick pony’
The Times, 20 April 2014

Labour warned on credible policies
Belfast Telegraph, 19 April 2014

‘The Europe Dilemma’, by Roger Liddle
The Financial Times, 28 March 2014

Book Review: Governing Britain: Power Politics and the Prime Minister by Patrick Diamond
LSE Review of Books, 28 March 2014

Ed Miliband told: don't play safe with Labour manifesto
The Guardian, 24 March 2014

Labour denies report of European socialist party walkout
EurActiv, 21 March 2014

Ed Miliband has closed a route to Britain’s EU exit
The Financial Times, 12 March 2014

Britain should keep open possibility of joining euro, says Labour frontbencher
The Guardian, 26 February 2014

Angela Merkel ready to offer Britain limited EU opt-outs
The Guardian, 26 February 2014

Governing Britain: Power, Politics and the PM
Progress, 24 February 2014

Renzi, idee per fronteggiare Merkel
Il Foglio, 19 February 2014

Corporate leaders ‘alarmed’ at Labour attitude to business

The Times, 17 February 2014

Labour needs to challenge the British tradition of government
The New Statesman, 14 February 2014

Honesty is the best policy for political appointments
The Financial Times, 11 February 2014

Nixon goes to China?
The Economist, 10 February 2014

How Labour can counter the populist threat
The New Statesman, 5 February 2014

George Osborne's Economic Recovery Like 'Groundhog Day', Warn Critics
Huffington Post, 31 January 2014

Il ritorno del salario minimo
Europa, 30 January 2014

The two big lessons for the UK from Germany and the Nordics
The New Statesman, 29 January 2014

Labour must wise up to what voters really want
The Guardian, 24 January 2014

London calling per il Pd (e il suo leader)
Europa, 22 January 2014

Book Review: Progressive Politics After the Crash
LSE Review of Books, 10 January 2014

If Labour is to succeed, it must end its addiction to the state
The New Statesman, 6 January 2014

Il decennio del disordine
Lo Spazio della Politica, 4 January 2014

Departmental determinism
The Economist, 1 January 2014

Labour cannot just coast victory in 2015 election, not when it's running against the current Government – and the previous one too
The Independent, 26 December 2013

Governing Britain: Power, politics and the prime minister
Prospect Magazine, 23 December 2013

Autumn statement 2013: our writers' verdict
The Guardian, 5 December 2013

How Ed Miliband can continue to make the political weather
The Guardian, 3 December 2013

Labour's election success depends on its ability to prove its economic credibility
The Guardian, 30 November 2013

Zwarte Zondag in Europa
MO*, 29 November 2013

Labour is still weak on economic strategy, warns former Brown adviser
The Guardian, 29 November 2013

La crisi política europea castiga una socialdemocràcia que busca vots i discurs
ARA, 16 November 2013

Rød Agenda
Dagens Næringsliv, 14 November 2013

A European shutdown? The 2014 European elections and the great recession
The Washington Post, 4 November 2013

Not much left for Europe's left
Reuters, 14 October 2013

David Cameron's speech at the Conservative conference
The Guardian, 2 October 2013

What Merkel's Win Means for Berlin's Allies
Der Spiegel, 24 September 2013

Grandi coalizioni, piccole sinistre
Il Foglio, 24 September 2013

La sinistra e la sua camicia di forza
Il Foglio, 18 September 2013

‘Venstrefløjen glemte at forny sin kritik af markedet’
Dagbladet Information, 14 September 2013

The new ‘progressive’ conservatism is a threat to the centre-left
The New Statesman, 8 September 2013

Three ways for Britain's Labour party and Europe's left to find their voice
The Guardian, 4 September 2013

Ed Miliband needs to tell Britain what he’s really thinking
Prospect Magazine, 22 August 2013

How to cure the malaise afflicting Europe’s left
The Financial Times, 20 August 2013

Bad economic news for Europe is good news for Merkel and Cameron
The Guardian, 14 August 2013

David Miliband: The decade of disorder
The New Statesman, 7 August 2013

Happy birthday, national minimum wage
Financial Times, 31 July 2013

Left Without a Future? by Anthony Painter: astute proposals, overly "pragmatic"
The New Statesman, 29 July 2013

Mandelson to Carney: Pay attention to Europe
Financial Times, 12 July 2013

Lord Adonis launches review into UK growth plans
The Guardian, 11 July 2013

Ed Miliband’s wonkish pin-up
The New Statesman, 11 July 2013

Meet Mr Predistribution: Jacob Hacker
The New Statesman, 4 July 2013

BBC Daily Politics, 21 June 2013

Jacob Hacker on predistribution and Cameron PMQ jibe
BBC News, 21 June 2013

Analysis - BBC Radio 4, 17 June 2013

Il grande dibattito per riformare il Welfare: La Pre-Distribuzione
Critica Sociale, 13 June 2013

How to reinvigorate the centre-left? Predistribution
The Guardian, 12 June 2013

How Labour can give real meaning to predistribution
The New Statesman, 12 June 2013

Il battesimo triste dell’Alleanza dei progressisti
Europa, 23 May 2013

Is Labour ready to turn the state upside down in 2015?
The Guardian, 13 May 2013

Thorning: Upopulær hjemme – populær ude
Jyllands-Posten, 12 May 2013

François Hollande after One Year
BBC World News, 6 May 2013

It's foolish for Labour to think that the voters have turned left
The Independent, 5 May 2013

Ed Miliband 'must do better in South to win general election' warns former Blair adviser
The Independent, 5 May 2013

Local elections: Ukip surge gives all parties cause for concern
The Observer, 4 May 2013

Hard lessons
The Economist, 4 May 2013

Local elections: 10 things we've learned
The Guardian, 3 May 2013

Hollande gambling on election defeat for Merkel as French influence fades
The Guardian, 2 May 2013

Jo Johnson: a left-field choice to be David Cameron's policy chief
The Guardian, 25 April 2013

Dagli Usa alla sua Europa, le amicizie internazionali di Letta
Europa, 25 April 2013

Divided Kingdom
The Economist, 20th April 2013

Das Dilemma der Europa-Linken
Die Zeit, 15 April 2013

Gör sig redo att ta över
Aftonbladed, 14 April 2013

’Lighed er en gammel socialdemokratisk værdi, som bør stå langt klarere’
Dagbladet Information, 13 April 2013

John Ivison: Is a ‘Tony Blair moment’ enough to save Thomas Mulcair’s NDP?
National Post, 13 April 2013

Stefan Löfven – en radikal och global politiker?
Dagens Arena, 13 April 2013

Etat-providence et austérité, défi de la gauche européenne
Reuters (France), 12 April 2013

Europe's center left defends welfare amid austerity
Chicago Tribune, 12 April 2013

Europe's center left defends welfare amid austerity
Reuters, 12 April 2013

Conference gauges the progress of progressives
The Copenhagen Post, 12 April 2013

Tony Blair is right: the post-1945 social democratic model has to change
The Guardian, 12 April 2013

Conference gauges the progress of progressives
Jyllands-Posten, 12 April 2013

Blair and Miliband split over future of Labour
The Guardian, 11 April 2013

Martin O'Malley heads to Denmark for progressive governance conference
ABC News, 11 April 2013

Una sinistra che perde pezzi?
Europa, 10 April 2013

L’incontro annuale dei progressisti
Europa, 10 April 2013

O'Malley headed to Copenhagen
Baltimore Sun, 9 April 2013

Versagt Die großen Parteien haben in Europa selbst die Flanke zum Populismus geöffnet
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 8 April 2013

Thomas Mulcair pushes back at Liberals at home and abroad
Metro News, 8 April 2013

Mulcair asserts party’s progressive credentials at home, abroad

The Canadian Press (CP), 8 April 2013

Spend and borrow will not save the left
Financial Times, 4 April 2013

We can’t limit free speech. Even for Di Canio
The Times, 4 April 2013

Why Ukip, the Tea Party and Beppe Grillo pose a threat to the mainstream
The Guardian, 24 March 2013

The populist signal is getting louder - and mainstream politics is under threat
New Statesman, 22 March 2013

The EU must work for the people, not for the beauty of processes
EurActiv, 19 March 2013

'Schizophrenic' EU economic governance is faltering
Public Service Europe, 15 March 2013

Europas Initiativen gegen Gehaltsexzesse: Aufstand gegen die Abzocker
Der Spiegel, 1 March 2013

The Eastleigh byelection: the lessons for Labour
The Guardian, 1 March 2013

Eastleigh result raises doubts about Cameron's general election prospects
The Guardian, 1 March 2013

Herman Van Rompuy attacks Cameron's plans to claw back powers from Brussels

The Telegraph, 1 March 2013

Gilmore says long period of UK uncertainty not in anyone's interest
Irish Times, 1 March 2013

Van Rompuy to Cameron: 'We have an exit clause'
EurActiv, 1 March 2013

You can quit EU but not 'for free' warns Herman Van Rompuy
Express, 1 March 2013

EU leader warns Britain over referendum plans

Daily Nation, 1 March 2013

Veiled Warning to Britain From a Bloc Leader
New York Times, 28 February 2013

Une sortie du Royaume-Uni de l’Union aurait «un prix»
Le Soir, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy: une sortie du Royaume-Uni de l'UE aura "un prix"
Le Vif, 28 February 2013

Rehn says EU's bank bonus cap in line with commitments
Reuters, 28 February 2013

David Cameron's EU referendum bolsters support for membership
Independent, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy advierte a Reino Unido que dejar la UE "no sale gratis"

Reuters América Latina, 28 February 2013

'Perhaps the EU can be tolerated after all': polls show in-out promise has boosted support for remaining
Independent, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy: 'Aan een Brits vertrek uit EU hangt een prijskaartje'
Volkskrant, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy tells Britain leaving EU "does not come for free"
Reuters, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy advierte a Cameron de que salir de la Unión Europea no es gratis
Que!, 28 February 2013

Une sortie du Royaume-Uni de l'UE aura "un prix" pour Londres
RTBF, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy: "Aan een Brits vertrek uit EU hangt een prijskaartje"
De Morgen, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy advierte a Cameron de que salir de la Unión Europea no es gratis
diario La Rioja, 28 February 2013

EU's Rehn urges euro debtors to keep mending finances

Reuters, 28 February 2013

Rehn says EU's bank bonus cap in line with commitments
CNBC.com, 28 February 2013

Britain must not 'undo' EU by leaving, says Olli Rehn
The Telegraph, 28 February 2013

Cameron warned over EU campaign
ITV News, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy advierte del peligro de nuevas "réplicas" en la crisis del euro
Expansión, 28 February 2013

Une sortie du Royaume-Uni de l'UE aura "un prix" pour Londres

RTL, 28 February 2013

EU leader warns Britain over referendum

SKY News, 28 February 2013

Rehn says EU's bank bonus cap in line with commitments
Reuters, 28 February 2013

EU council leader attacks UK plans to rewrite membership
The Guardian, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy hits at Cameron on treaty change
Financial Times, 28 February 2013

"Une sortie du Royaume-Uni de l'UE aura un prix pour Londres"

7Sur7, 28 February 2013

Kto ma rządzić w Europie?
Gazeta Wyborcza, 28 February 2013

Van Rompuy alerta de que la crisis puede provocar nuevas "réplicas"
El Diario Vasco, 28 February 2013

Rapport: Nordisk velfærdsmodel kan gøre Europa konkurrencedygtig
Dagbladet Information, 5 February 2013

The bias towards traditional welfare threatens social justice
New Statesman, 28 January 2013

Les travaillistes britanniques mal à l'aise sur l'Europe
Mediapart.fr, 23 January 2013

Our welfare state is being transformed under false pretences
The Guardian, 22 January 2013

EU referendum talk weakens UK's hand
The Guardian, 22 January 2013

Workers who claim benefits told to increase hours or lose universal credit
The Guardian, 21 January 2013

Operaisti o blairiani? Torna il dilemma della sinistra europea
Europa, 16 January 2013

La Ue vuole il veto sui nostri conti, Monti dice no e il Pd?
Linkiesta, 2 December 2012

Innovation: let the good risk-takers get their reward
The Guardian, 29 November 2012

El PSOE y los socialdemócratas europeos sacan lecciones de la campaña de Obama en un encuentro con Bill Clinton
EuropaPress, 24 November 2012

Clinton, Blair come si vince l’antipolitica
La Stampa, 23 November 2012

For Miliband, isolation from Europe would be a grave error
The Guardian, 19 November 2012

Una nuova Terza Via e quei vecchi progressisti da non rottamare
Europa, 19 November 2012

Bill Clinton joins US chorus of concerns about independence
The Times, 17 November 2012

Europrogressisti: tutti a Londra da Blair e Clinton
Europa, 16 November 2012

Britain awaits an inevitable referendum
Financial Times, 16 November 2012

David Miliband: ecco il mio centrosinistra
Europa, 16 November 2012

Interview with David Miliband
Europa, 16 November 2012

Austerity is here to stay, and we'd better get used to it
The Guardian, 14 November 2012

Der Euroskeptizismus ist gewachsen
Arte.tv, 02 November 2012

The EU budget's value, not size, is what's important
The Guardian, 31 October 2012

¿Qué es exactamente la unión política?
El Pais, 23 October 2012

Road to hell beckons as EU's dangerous drift continues
Irish Times, 13 October 2012

Left needs credible economics, Gilmore says
Irish Times, 13 October 2012

Financial crisis deepens British Euroscepticism
Irish Times, 12 October 2012

Left must show 'credibility'
Irish Times, 12 October 2012

I progressisti non sono più quelli di una volta
Europa, 12 October 2012

L'intégration politique de l'UE est un moyen pas une fin
Le Monde, 2 October 2012

Predistribution 'creating fairer society'
BBC News, 2 October 2012

Ed Miliband Speech: Panel Verdict
The Guardian, 2 October 2012

Jacob Hacker Interview on Pre-distribution
BBC World at One, 2 October 2012

Joke was lost on me, says Miliband’s political guru
The Times, 29 September 2012

Goodbye Beveridge: Welfare's end nears
Financial Times, 28 September 2012

British Social Attitudes Survey
BBC Daily Politics, 17 September 2012

Britain risks a lost decade unless it changes course
Financial Times, 16 September 2012

Olanda, una scossa ai progressisti
Europa, 14 September 2012

The Dutch opt for centre-right reliability over populism
New Statesman, 13 September 2012

Predistribution: an unsnappy name for an inspiring idea
The Guardian, 12 September 2012

Andrew Marr shines a light on the key events around the world this week
BBC The Andrew Marr Show, 9 September 2012

La Terza via rialza la testa
Europa, 7 September 2012

Larry Summers warns of 1930s slump threat to UK economy
Telegraph, 6 September 2012

Miliband Urges Move To High-Skill Economy
Sky News, 6 September 2012

Predistribution offers Labour a new and radical way forward
New Statesman, 6 September 2012

Labour heaps praise on Lib Dem’s Cable
Financial Times, 6 September 2012

Ed Miliband exploits coalition tensions by making overtures to Vince Cable
The Guardian, 6 September 2012

Ed Miliband calls for remodelled economy
BBC News, 6 September 2012

Ed Miliband unveils 'predistribution' plan to fix economy
BBC News, 6 September 2012

'Predistribution' is an interesting idea. But what exactly is Ed Miliband going to do about it?
Telegraph, 6 September 2012

Can we build our way out of recession?

BBC The World Tonight, 6 September 2012

Ed Miliband attacks coalition's green record
The Guardian, 6 September 2012

Why "predistribution" could be a winning agenda for Miliband
New Statesman, 6 September 2012

Labour's economic policies: time for some strategic heavy lifting
The Guardian, 6 September 2012

Miliband urges high skill economy
Evening Standard, 6 September 2012

The cracks between Ed Miliband and Ed Balls could swallow Labour’s hopes
Telegraph, 3 September 2012

Labour must restore economic credibility
Financial Times, 2 September 2012

How would Labour get growth in the economy?
BBC The Westminster Hour, 2 September 2012

What would Labour do?
BBC News, 2 September 2012

Co-ops are doing Britain proud, but is it mutual?
The Guardian, 8 August 2012

Le Royaume-Uni pourrait rejoindre une zone euro ayant retrouvé sa stabilité
Les Echos, 7 August 2012

EU leaders leed to confront political dilemmas of the Eurozone crisis
EUROPP, 25 July 2012

How Miliband could help Hollande drive Europe forward
The Guardian, 23 July 2012

EU leaders need to confront the political dilemmas of the eurozone crisis
EurActiv, 19 July 2012

Where next for eurozone governance?
Progress, 19 July 2012

Rebalancing What?
BBC Newsnight, 17 July 2012

Banks must learn to reward the good risks
The Guardian, 25 June 2012

Review: After the third way
De Volkskrant, 2 June 2012

Why some ideas for improving Britain's relations with Europe may not work
The Economist, 1 June 2012

Help Britain do what it does best: make stuff
The Guardian, 21 May 2012

Hollande and Merkel face Berlin showdown
Voice of America, 14 May 2012

The new Paris-Berlin axis will hinge on Monti
Europa, 11 May 2012

Fear of disillusionment in the UK
Libération, 6 May 2012

Hollande will go via Brussels to rescue France
Independent on Sunday, 6 May 2012

Will Ireland Vote Yes?
Progress, 4 May 2012

Should Britain's government offer an in-out referendum on EU membership?
The Economist, 4 May 2012

Southern comfort?
BBC Newsnight, 4 May 2012 View from 18m05s - available until 12 May 2012.

Peter Mandelson calls for EU referendum
The Guardian, 3 May 2012

Could Hollande bring back social democracy?
GlobalPost, 28 April 2012

The credibility gap
Progress, 20 April 2012

Will Hollande make it?
Progress, 20 April 2012

Mayday for the European left
New Statesman, 17 April 2012

The (second) end of social democracy
Il Sole 24 Ore, 17 April 2012 Italian language - Google translation here.

Why the political right trumps the left
New Statesman, 17 April 2012

After the third way
DagensArena, 14 April 2012

Francois Hollande: how to avoid the Zapatero trap?
MediaPart, 10 April 2012 French language - Google translation here. NB behind paywall.

After the third way
El Pais, 9 April 2012 Spanish language - Google translation here

Is Europe's left ready to govern?

The Guardian, 7 April 2012

Is there a future for social democracy?
El Pais, 25 March 2012 Spanish language - Google translation here

Labour must steer clear of vapid form of leftism
The Guardian, 12 March 2012

Labour's lost liberalism
The Guardian, 12 March 2012

Eurozone crisis, what crisis?
Public Service Europe, 9 March 2012

Mandelson calls for 'eurozone mark II' with finance ministry
Public Service Europe, 8 March 2012

After the eurozone crisis
FCO blogs, 8 March 2012

Putting the UK in the black may be risky for Labour
CityAM, 6 March 2012

Be proud of the work of our MEPs
The Guardian, 23 February 2012

The struggle between North and South kills the European dream
Europa, 14 February 2012 Italian language - Google translation here

The money question facing Labour
Progress, 10 February 2012

Bookbenchers: Gloria De Piero MP
Spectator, 28 January 2012

Cameron's drive for co-operatives is privatisation in disguise
The Guardian, 20 January 2012

A political economy fit for purpose
openDemocracy, 20 January 2012

Leaders who generate diminishing returns
Financial Times, 18 January 2012

Here's a tip for Ed Miliband – study Tory victories
The Guardian, 17 January 2012

Labour lost in thought (and time, and space)
Independent, 16 January 2012

Labour told to accept spending cuts to be credible
The Guardian, 5 January 2012

Ed Miliband warned of Tory tax-and-spend trap
BBC News, 29 December 2011

Ed Miliband risks Tory trap on public spending, says shadow minister
Guardian, 29 December 2011

How Labour can avoid the Tory trap
The Guardian, 28 December 2011

The Democratic Party, Labour & Blairism 2.0
Il Foglio, 24 December 2011

Book review: Purple Book
openDemocracy, 13 December 2011

The Politics Show
BBC, 11 December 2011 Available on BBC iPlayer until 19 Dec 2011

Three-speed Union
Europa, 10 December 2011

In rejecting treaty, Cameron is isolated
NY Times, 9 December 2011

Eurozone crisis: Cameron's gambit may fail, leaving Britain isolated
Huffington Post, 9 December 2011

Why Germany raises ire in a struggling Europe
MinnPost.com, 9 December 2011

Ed Balls is right on the economy – but the public aren't ready for Keynes
The Guardian, 6 December 2011

Smithonomics and 'In the black Labour'
TotalPolitics, 5 December 2011

A fiscal rethink is Labour's only hope of regaining trust
Evening Standard, 5 December 2011

AUDIO: Today Programme
BBC Radio 4, 3 December 2011

The changing colours of the Labour Party
Huffington Post UK, 2 December 2011

Labour's secret army has turned on Ed Balls. Vive la résistance!
Telegraph, 2 December 2011

Labour must make fiscal honesty the key to responsible capitalism
The Guardian, 1 December 2011

Labour urged to stop dithering over deficit reduction
The Guardian, 1 December 2011

Social democrats coming together
Rood, 1 December 2011

Labour wakes up, fuzzy and too late
Independent on Sunday, 27 November 2011

Is a German 'Fourth Reich' emerging?
GlobalPost, 15 November 2011

Euro debt crisis fells governments
Reuters, 9 November 2011

Suburbia will be the key battleground in the London and the General Elections
Left Foot Forward, 8 November 2011

AUDIO: World Have Your Say
BBC World Service, 4 November 2011

Labour's goodies v baddies rhetoric is not anti-business, says John Denham
The Guardian, 28 October 2011

Politicans’ objective is to keep options open, not to spell out the endgame
The Financial Times, 26 October 2011

Where's the mutual trust in opening up public services?
The Guardian, 26 October 2011

Is a new social democratic path emerging in England?

Le Monde, 19 October 2011

Democratic deficit in the EU
DR Forisden, 18 October 2011

Labour's immigration muddle, and a conference of confusion
openDemocracy, 4 October 2011

Institutional change is vital if individual leadership is to return
The Financial Times, 3 October 2011

Ed Miliband cannot help his party
Die Zeit, 29 September 2011

Labour must take the fight to the Tories, day in, day out
The Guardian, 27 September 2011

The problem at the heart of Labour
The Independent, 26 September 2011

‘I told you so’ is not enough to save a left in crisis
The Financial Times, 26 September 2011

Keeping quiet is Ed’s best chance
Sunday Times, 25 September 2011

AUDIO: Westminster Hour
Radio 4, 25 September 2011

You can call Ed Miliband many things, but certainly not cautious

The Observer, 25 September 2011

Ed must wake up to the country's fears about money
The Independent, 24 September 11

Warning for Miliband: you're losing the debate on the economy
The Independent, 24 September 2011

Moving out, on and back
The Economist, 27 August 2011

Labour, fear Ukip

The Guardian, 18 April 2011

Too many inequalities: bridge the gap between rich and poor
La Republica, 2 April 2011

The left should look to the laws of physics to overcome this losing streak
The Guardian, 10 March 2011

A bold Miliband must show sharper elbows
The Financial Times, 24 November 2010

Immigration: Tensions unveiled
The Financial Times, 16 November 2010

Europe's left offers few solutions to current crisis
The New York Times, 1 November 2010

Alla riconquista della middle class
Europa, 13 October 2010

Ed Miliband rules out personal tax rise from Labour deficit plan
The Guardian, 10 October 2010

Centrum-links hangt in heel Europa in de touwen
De Volkskrant, 1 October 2010

Get it, or it will get you
The Economist, 30 September 2010

Miliband's threat to the coalition
The Independent, 30 September 2010

Desafios das metrópoles: oportunidade privilegiada

Estadao, 27 September 2010

El Viejo Laborismo encumbra a Ed Miliband
El Pais, 26 September 2010

Whoever wins the Labour leadership, they will have a Southern problem

The Economist, 24 September, 2010

The North-South divide that could scupper Labour's election hopes
The Independent, 24 September 2010

Harman cool on plan to halve deficit

The Financial Times, 23 September 2010

A briga em família dos trabalhistas
Epoca, 23 September 2010

Whoever wins, Labour must retake the south
The Financial Times, 23 September 2010