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Don't Forget The Middle
Author: Patrick Diamond and Charlie Cadywould
Date:03 July 2017
How Labour can build a new centre-left majority
The People's Verdict
Author: Claudia Chwalisz
Date:20 June 2017
Adding informed citizen voices to public decision-making
What will be left?
Author: Charlie Cadywould
Date:03 May 2017
Towards a New Pensions Settlement
Author: Gregg McClymont & Andy Tarrant
Date:21 March 2016
A collection of essays on pension reform across seven countries, and how government is passing the responsibility for saving for retirement to citizens
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Britain's special status in Europe
Author: Andrew Duff
Date:03 March 2016
A Policy Network paper examining how the UK's renegotiated settlement will affect the future of the EU
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
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
In search of public approval
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:18 December 2014
This paper considers the seriousness of European economic and monetary union 'legitimacy problem'
A new Labour majority
Author: Patrick Diamond
Date:22 November 2014
The aftermath of the Scottish referendum and the growing threat posed by UKIP shows that Labour can no longer rely on increasing its share of parliamentary seats in its so-called ‘northern and Celtic heartlands’. The party cannot construct an electoral majority appealing only to those hardest hit since the crisis. Labour’s challenge now is an existential one: it must demonstrate that British social democracy can achieve reforms in the name of a more equal and just society without higher public spending.
Owning the Future
Author: Chuka Umunna (eds)
Date:17 August 2014
There are huge opportunities for Britain in a world where the global middle class is expected to treble to five billion people in the next two decades. This book brings together leading experts, business leaders, entrepreneurs and politicians with ideas for how Britain can thrive in this context, building an inclusive and broad-based economy.
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