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Jewish Voice stifled?

Dave Lister calls for a halt to the purge of Jews from Labour

Progress on housing, doubts on delivery

Duncan Bowie welcomes the direction of Labour’s housing policy but finds holes in the funding

Unlocking Labour

Stuart Hill on the unfinished business of Charter 88

Johnson tax plans challenge Labour

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

Crossroads for social democracy

Don Flynn examines Labour’s ‘A New Deal for Workers’ and asks: where are its working class backers? And what role for Generation Left?

Pathway to recovery

William Bain puts the case for Westminster electoral reform from Scotland

Mo and Robin changing the political culture

Mary Southcott on how Robin Cook's and Mo Mowlam's personal qualities informed their support for electoral reform

Traditional values in a modern setting

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

The policy maze

Trevor Fisher finds a huge credibility gap at the heart of Labour’s policy-making process

Getting beyond the fragments – again

Don Flynn dissects two important contributions on Labour’s future

Taking back control: a campaign for Labour autocracy?

The need for CLP meetings to be online due to Covid restrictions is being exploited by Labour officials at the expense of party democracy, argues Bryn Jones