Environmental campaigners call for voting reform to tackle the climate crisis
Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, Green New Deal Rising, and Rapid Transition Alliance have all backed voting reform to help tackle the climate crisis.
Alun Drake on How to Fix Broken Britain
Alun Drake examines how we can fix Britain's problems
The speech Keir Starmer should give at Labour conference
Claire Jones drafts an alternative speech for Keir Starmer to deliver at this year's Labour Conference in Liverpool
Molly Scott Cato on what the Green Party wants from a Progressive Alliance
The Green Party's Molly Scott Cato explains why any Progressive Alliance must begin with a commitment to electoral reform
Geoff Cox on rethinking pluralism and discipline in the Labour Party
Geoff Cox considers why some ideas are considered good or bad, purely depending on where they come from
Labour and Lib Dems urged to unite in cross-party pact to avoid ‘getting another Nadine Dorries’
Labour and the Lib Dems have been urged to work together to oust the Tories in Mid Bedfordshire
Josh Thomas on whether the Ghent System could provide a remedy for Britain’s social and economic tensions
Trade unions paying out benefits has been lauded amongst the Benelux and Scandinavian social democrats. Britain’s history of guild socialism sets a precedent for its implementation in the UK, argues Josh Thomas.
Mark Perryman’s top ten holiday books to read, revolt and recline to
Mark Perryman makes his annual selection of holiday page-turners.
Compass urges progressives to unite in one-off pact at next general election after Tories hold Uxbridge
Compass urges parties to unite in one-off pact at the next general election after Tories hold Uxbridge
Mark Perryman on why Labour parading its intolerance as a badge of honour should concern us all
Mary Perryman, a member of Lewes CLP, speaks out against Labour's possible expulsion of Neal Lawson
Julia Grace Patterson on why we must speak up to save the NHS
On the NHS's 75th anniversary, Julia Grace Patterson considers why our NHS has fallen into disrepair - and what we can do to save it
Winning As One in Greater Manchester
Last Thursday, we launched our campaign to Win As One in Greater Manchester with an evening of politics, campaigning and activism
Frank Newhofer on building a shared progressive agenda
Progressives should consider their shared principles as a way of devising a common policy agenda, Frank Newhofer writes
Neal Lawson: Caroline Lucas was the first Green MP – but she must not be the last
Caroline Lucas is the progressive leader everyone wanted but only the Greens were lucky enough to have.
Tom Beard on the illusion of ‘one person one vote’
All votes are equal – but some are more influential than others, Tom Beard writes
Local Elections 2023
As the dust settles on the 2023 local elections one thing is clear: cooperation is the future of our politics. It wasn’t that either Labour, the Lib Dems or the Greens did well: it’s that we all did well. Over 60 percent of the vote went to progressives. The Tories were left with just 29%.
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