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Progressive Centre UK
A next generation ideas lab, connecting progressive Britain to the world.
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Chuka Umunna Jun 17
Don’t believe the lie that centrism is dead – it’s growing stronger by the day thanks to the scourge of ➡️ my latest on
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“The entire concept of work is being revisited- does it still make sense to consider work a founding pillar of society?” - , president of offers solutions for our changing economy.
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“The entire concept of work is being revisited- does it still make sense to consider work a founding pillar of society?” - , president of offers solutions for our changing economy.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 17
polling shows 54% of voters favour a national citizens service, while 15% oppose it.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 14
"Believe it or not, businesses don’t exist. People exist. People sign pieces of paper to form companies. Every action a company takes is a decision made by a person." - on why businesses should put people first.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 11
"Diversity makes us all better off. proposes eight goals to make sure politics and business look like the people they represent."
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 14
"Believe it or not, businesses don’t exist. People exist. People sign pieces of paper to form companies. Every action a company takes is a decision made by a person." - on why businesses should put people first.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 14
Our advisory board member on to discuss the events of the week. Have a listen.
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Paul Lindley OBE Jun 13
‘Bring Humanity Back into Business’ my paper for setting out why we need an urgent reframe of capitalism & setting out ideas on how we may start
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 13
"Companies are made by people coming together for a common purpose- and they thrive when that purpose is more than profit." argues that companies are made up of people- and they should benefit people too.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 12
" We will not solve these problems unless we diversify the individuals around the decision-making table and business can lead the way for society as a whole." - calls on our businesses and politicians to promote a diverse society.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 11
"Diversity makes us all better off. proposes eight goals to make sure politics and business look like the people they represent."
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Marcus A. Roberts Jun 11
Hope that will work with to turn ideas into legislative reality. This from is v helpful for NATO countries to emulate
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 9
Replying to @josiepagani
Have a read of 's take on diversity and extremism after the Christchurch attacks:
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 9
"The appeal of populism is its optimism, its promise that transformative change can happen, and things will be better (even if they won't)." Our contributor with an important piece on why we need politicians who take risks.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 8
A big Congratulations to our advisory board member on his well deserved knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday honours!
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 8
"They lost sight that the “special relationship” was a partnership, requiring both parties to bring something to the table. And the UK increasingly wasn’t." - explains the decline of the Special Relationship.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 7
"The 'Special Relationship' is declining- blame Brexit and austerity" writes , senior fellow at .
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 6
"Progressives should draw inspiration from an earlier generation that saw in the fight to defeat fascism the imperative to build a new and better society." - argues we should understand the values which underpinned the US-UK alliance.
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Progressive Centre UK Jun 3
"Why is Farage and his Brexit party so celebrated in what were once unassailable Labour strongholds? It is because he stands for change. Where once progressives were the utopians, he has now taken the title." - explains Farage's popularity.
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