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The Fabian Society
The UK’s original left-wing thinktank & membership network. The future of the left since 1884.
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I.B.Tauris Apr 19
Thanks for the review in of 's 'Women of Westminster: The MPs Who Changed Politics'. Check it out 👉 📚
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Rayhan Haque Apr 18
“President Trump must not sell out on the United States’ longstanding commitments to human rights and international law in exchange for the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.” Important piece by for
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Tony Blair Institute Apr 17
Since 2010 the scope and scale of homelessness has steadily increased. The government’s move this week to consult on scrapping "no-fault" evictions is positive, but to be effective, it must be part of wider radical reform. in ⬇️
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The Fabian Society Apr 18
"In abandoning talks, Trump and Un have missed an unprecedented opportunity for disarmament as well as taking steps towards establishing a new nuclear weapons-free zone." - shadow minister for peace & disarmament for the >
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The Fabian Society Apr 17
"The government’s move this week to consult on scrapping "no fault" evictions is welcome, but to be effective it must form part of a wider radical package of housing reform." - >>
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The Fabian Society Apr 17
📢 Our latest report Open and Ethical makes the case for fairer, more just immigration & asylum systems post- & the hostile environment. w/ & more. Download it here >
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The Fabian Society Apr 17
💡If you haven't yet read 's essay on why the Conservatives are the party of 'wreckers' in the , take a look:
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Trevor MacFarlane FRSA Apr 16
Always worth reading what has to say on read his excellent interview here
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TheDetentionForum Apr 17
'Open and Ethical-building a fairer immigration system' is a new report from with essays by and 's Hannah Cooper echoing three of our key asks for radical reform of the UK's system
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Bright Blue Apr 17
What sort of immigration system should Britain have? Our director suggests reforms based on the principles of control, contribution and cohesion for ' latest essay collection
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Andrew Harrop Apr 16
Replying to @andrew_harrop
25 years later - we face the same choice We can be Brownites by improving the generosity of means-testing & rescuing UC Or we can take a blended Beveridge-style approach (like we do with pensions) with a new place for universal, contribution-based and voluntary provision
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Andrew Harrop Apr 16
Replying to @andrew_harrop
Partly explained by the clash between Gordon Brown and Frank Field which this PhD thesis covers nicely: 'Why did Frank Field fail?'
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Andrew Harrop Apr 16
Replying to @andrew_harrop
With nothing like this since the 1990s, it's well worth looking back at the Commission on Social Justice commissioned by John Smith Much was adopted by Labour in office. But much was ignored - especially ideas for the revival of social insurance
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Andrew Harrop Apr 16
Replying to @thefabians
So asked 18 politicians, experts and campaigners to tell us 'where next' for poverty and social security Here's what they said
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Andrew Harrop Apr 16
The Labour party is conducting its first full review of social security policy in opposition since the 1990s Not that anyone seems to have noticed With the Tories in meltdown it could matter a lot
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Danny Dorling News Apr 15
The Wreckers The Fabian Review Essay, Spring 2019 - by Danny Dorling: "The crises which have engulfed this government should not blind us to the fact that the Conservatives are supremely successful at what they are best at."
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Momentum Bristol Apr 16
The Wreckers: Fabian Review Essay, Spring 2019 Beautiful essay by explains the difference between Labour and Conservative values.
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The Fabian Society Apr 16
💡: "For the last 4 decades, there have been more social wreckers on the policy beach than social builders. For too long a party with a reputation for competence has been trusted with our social fabric & services."-
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Jessica Toale Apr 15
Great upcoming event: Championing : in the Era of Big Business
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