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Andy Burnham argues that levelling up demands radical democratic reform
Mark Serwotka says government mishandling of the pandemic underlines the case for electoral reform
When the power to determine what is in the public interest is claimed as the exclusive right of police forces, we need to be really worried, says Don Flynn
Paul Salveson on 2021 and a reset for new normal
Nigel Doggett says citizens' assemblies and direct action needed to fight emergency
Mikalaj Packajeu and Alan Flowers on the 2020 Belarusian Revolution of the People
Geoff Hodgson was and is an academic economist who developed a libertarian socialist approach to economic management. He lectured at Newcastle and Manchester Polytechnics...
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
Trevor Fisher warns the Johnson threat to our constitution is the battle of 2020
The centrist consensus is breaking up, accelerated by Brexit. Don Flynn says Labour too needs to be ready to ‘move quickly and smash things’
Cat Smith calls on Theresa May to think again This September the Boundary Commissions submitted their final reports and recommendations for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries...
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