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The high-risk Johnson tax rises combined with the Cabinet reshuffle make an early election more possible. Labour needs to prepare by setting in motion the selection of parliamentary candidates, says Trevor Fisher
Trevor Fisher finds a huge credibility gap at the heart of Labour’s policy-making process
Trevor Fisher argues that the quest for an alliance of anti-Tory parties is fraught with dangers
Trevor Fisher says beware dreamers and false hopes for the future
Trevor Fisher on the contradictions between policies on pubs and pitches
The 2019 defeat underlines why Labour needs to move on from the flawed 20th Century Fabian political model, says Trevor Fisher
The Black Lives Matter movement has seen impressive - and apparently spontaneous - protests erupt around the country. But, Trevor Fisher asks, what challenges does this new form of organising present for the left?
The Conservatives' plans for constitutional change could see them prolong their time in power. But, as Trevor Fisher argues, Labour have a chance to seize the initiative
Public safety is taking a back seat as the rich clubs and government ministers thrash out a plan to get the Premier League show back on the road.
Trevor Fisher warns the Johnson threat to our constitution is the battle of 2020
Trevor Fisher on the continued relevance of The Making of the English Working Class