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Paul Salveson is a visiting professor in transport & logistics at the University of Huddersfield, and is a co-ordinator of the Rail Reform Group. His book Region: Class: Community: Socialism with a Northern Accent will be out in July, published by Lancashire Loominary.

Ups and mainly downs of Labour in recent elections

As Labour digests last week's local and by-election results, Paul Salveson looks at what the party can learn from the relative success of its Welsh counterpart, while Hugh Gault considers the decline of Labourism.

England – which England?

Paul Salveson on the fool’s gold of English nationalism

Northern democracy

Paul Salveson on 2021 and a reset for new normal

Rural reflections

Paul Salveson on pandemic peregrinations

Railways: new directions required

Paul Salveson on de facto state ownership and its problems

For a progressive English regionalism

Paul Salveson makes the case for a complete overhaul of UK government structures to rebalance power and decision-making currently dominated by London and the South

Carry on cycling

Paul Salveson reports on a gentle cycling revolution gathering speed

Labour’s British Railways mark 2 is a dead duck

Back to the 1950s is no way to run a modern railway system, says Paul Salveson