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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

Cook & Mowlam: Labour pioneers for electoral fairness

Alan Yearsley on earlier visionaries for democratic reform

A young person’s priority

Ewan Wadd on why we need a representative parliament

Labour lacks ambition and radicalism on the economy

Look to Biden's fiscal stimulus and more, says Dennis Leech, who finds Labour’s alternative lacking

Making Labour policy

Karen Constantine on how Labour members can influence policy

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.

Labour’s left and the problem of Starmer

Peter Rowlands says Starmer must row back from Corbyn’s suspension and open serious dialogue with the left about the party’s direction if Labour is to succeed

Stan Newens – an East Londoner, socialist, internationalist and historian

Duncan Bowie on the life and work of the long-standing Chartist subscriber, MP and MEP, and champion of colonial freedom