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Following Labour’s first Keir

Ewan Wadd explains how in the North and South West we are all cheated by the voting system

This rotten status quo must go: why Labour must change the voting system

Labour for a New Democracy on why support for electoral reform is now mainstream in the Labour Party

Big picture politics

Andy Burnham argues that levelling up demands radical democratic reform

Tories building back insecurity

Kate Bell on how unions pushed the Tories on furlough scheme but stop-start short-termism is creating unnecessary redundancies, especially among Black workers

Creeping fascism threatens Balkan state

Jason Gold on the forgotten tribulations of Montenegro

Protection for supply chain workers

Lara Wolters on a key human rights and environmental due diligence protection from the European Parliament

Deadly consequences of tighter controls

Maël Galisson says the new plan for the French-British border suggests the same old recipes with disastrous human consequences

Transport – going nowhere fast

Nigel Doggett on government rhetoric supplanting serious action

Traditional values in a modern setting

Ann Black on developing a policy programme and a snappy slogan to scotch the Tories

Time up for rigged Northern Ireland state

In the 100th anniversary year of Ireland’s partition, John Palmer surveys the conflicts in the gerrymandered state and looks at prospects for a united Ireland and a rump UK

Rebuilding for biodiversity

In Buxton, Mark Cocker spoke to local councillors Madeline Hall, Rachael Quinn and Keith Savage about how we rethink the future of brownfield redevelopment