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Europe's New Social Reality: the Case Against Universal Basic Income
Author: Daniel Sage and Patrick Diamond
Date:16 February 2017
The Predistribution Agenda
Author: Claudia Chwalisz & Patrick Diamond
Date:29 October 2015
A collection of essays examining the key debates surrounding the emergence and development of predistributive thought
Britain's EU renegotiation: The view from our partners
Date:09 October 2015
This paper aims to provide an objective assessment of where the UK's main partners stand at the start of David Cameron's renegotiation discussions, and what concessions these partners would likely contemplate
Can Labour Win?
Author: Patrick Diamond & Giles Radice
Date:09 September 2015
A major new report charting the reasons behind Labour's 2015 general election defeat and how it can win in 2020
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Mutual endeavour
Author: Patrick Diamond, Frank Field & Jonathan Todd
Date:17 February 2015
Labour should support an increase in national insurance contributions allocated to a new fund for the NHS and reconfigure the NHS contributory base along progressive lines
Laying the Foundations for a Labour Century
Author: Liz Kendall & John Woodcock (eds)
Date:21 September 2014
This collection of essays by a new generation of Labour MPs brings together ideas on how the centre-left can maintain its electoral appeal and remain an effective force for progress amidst the major economic and political challenges of our times.
Making Progressive Politics Work
Author: Policy Network (eds)
Date:22 April 2014
As the slow return to growth begins to gather pace in western democracies, the danger is that insufficient attention has been given to structural economic weaknesses and long-term stresses on representational politics and governance. This ranges from technological change and disruptive economic forces to growing insecurity and inequality, fragile tax systems, skills and education mismatches, polarised labour markets, uncertainty over middle income jobs, and vulnerable social security settlements.
A New Promise for Europe
Author: Olaf Cramme, Arian Meyer & Jo Ritzen
Date:09 September 2013
Europe is in a state of “Eurosion”. The EU is gradually turning into a union of vague and abstract notions that risk ignoring the real social and economic aspirations of it’s citizens. Few attempts have been made to spell out an idea of progress that can capture the imagination of Europe’s citizens, many of which no longer regard the Union as a vehicle for positive change. Populism and euroscepticism have never had it so easy.
Left without a Future?
Author: Anthony Painter
Date:08 July 2013
Left without a Future? poses a simple question: despite the failure of neo-liberalism, why has the left failed to provide an alternative that resonates? In a context of enormous social and economic change, the centre-left has not found a convincing new governing statecraft. Now it must seek to create a practical new vision in anxious rather than prosperous times.
François Hollande after One Year
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:01 May 2013
For many European commentators and politicians, there is no doubt about Hollande’s central shortcoming: he has yet to get real about fiscal discipline and structural reform. France has only itself to blame for its poor performance, unsustainable welfare state and huge, still increasing public debt. This paper takes a different view: the record of the PS-run government is far from being negligible after one year.

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