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        29 November 2019

        FEPS-FABIAN NEW YEAR CONFERENCE 2020

        Five weeks on from a momentous general election, the FEPS-Fabian New Year Conference will ask what the result means for Brexit, Britain and the left.

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        A TRUE ALTERNATIVE

        3 December 2019

        ZWAN MAHMOD: Examples in Europe show that Labour’s plans for economic democratisation can work.

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        TRIALS AND ERRORS

        6 December 2019

        TILL BRUCKNER: The way we conduct clinical trials is harming patients and wasting public money. Labour should put an end to this.

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        The Fabian Review

        Autumn 2019, Volume 131 - No.3

        This edition of the Fabian Review focuses on the battle for the souls of the Labour and Conservative parties with contributions from Zubaida Haque, Paul Mason, Rosie Duffield MP, Rosena Allin-Khan MP, and Daniel Johnson MSP, plus Kate Murray talks to Stella Creasy MP.

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        Vying to win

        5 December 2019

        AMBER KHAN: The age of austerity may be over - but it will take time for the scars to heal.

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        Opinion

        For the women

        28 November 2019

        CECILY HOLT: Labour has put forward a welcome comprehensive mental health approach for the country – but there's still more to be done for women.

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        Opinion

        Socialism, from Stockholm to Scunthorpe

        27 November 2019

        PAYAM MOULA: The outcome of the UK’s election may be uncertain – but the future belongs to the left.

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        Jenny Jeger Prize 2019

        20 November 2019

        The winners of this year's prize for writing published by the Fabian Society.

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        We mean business

        20 November 2019

        Ahead of tomorrow’s manifesto announcement, James Meadway sets out Labour’s new economic thinking – which is not ‘anti-business’, but encourages certain types of businesses to emerge and prosper: ones that benefit workers, the environment and the economy.

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        Annual report 2018-19

        18 November 2019

        Our Annual Report showcases the work we've done over the past year and reports on our financial accounts.

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        Reforming social security over the next 10 years

        A revolution in social security is needed after the general election including a 1-year emergency plan and a 10-year blueprint for reform, according to a new Fabian Society report published after 9 months of consultation.

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        People not problems

        Politicians respond to five experiences of severe and multiple disadvantage

        People not Problems?sets out the real-life challenges of those facing severe and multiple disadvantage and asks policymakers to respond.

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        Everyday Socialism

        How to rebuild Britain

        Good jobs, responsible employers and prosperous communities are?the foundation of a thriving economy. How can we ensure that they?are?available to everyone, no matter where they live?

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        Beyond affordability

        What tenants want from rent controls

        New Fabian Society research reveals that renters’ support for rent controls is motivated by more than just saving money, with the results suggesting private renters want rent regulation to tackle insecurity and unfair treatment.

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        Progressive federalism

        A different way of looking at the UK

        A new Fabian Society report argues?progressive federalism is better than independence for Scotland.

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        Capital gains

        A global city in a changing world

        Capital Gains?presents proposals to Sadiq Khan for his second term as London mayor.

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        People Power

        Building an industrial strategy with workers at its heart

        The Changing Work Centre, a joint initiative from the Fabian Society and Community, has today launched a new report which calls for a new focus on workers at the heart of industrial strategy.

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        Summer 2019

        Fabian Review

        This edition of the Fabian Review explores ideas on greening Labour with contributions from Ed Miliband MP, Sue Hayman MP, and Nadia Whittome plus Kate Murray talks to Yvette Cooper MP.?

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        Getting Organised

        Low-paid self-employment and trade unions

        Trade unions need to better represent the UK’s 4 million self-employed workers, according to a new report by the Fabian Society.

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