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Progressive Britain

END OF YEAR REVIEW 2023

2023 has a been a momentous year for progressive politics in Britain and around the world. Labour stands on the precipice of power, but nothing is certain and with an increasingly volatile economic and security situation across the globe social democrats need convincing answers to new questions at home and

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Ania Skrzypek

Long Read: 15th October – Poland’s Comeback

A turning point in Polish politics – to what extent can progressives be optimistic about the defeat of the Law and Justice (PiS) party? The recent general election in Poland marked a critical juncture in both the country’s and the EU’s political landscape. The central question revolved around the continuity

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Frederick Harry Pitts & Andrew Pakes

A Progressive Politics of Work for the Age of Unpeace

What Labour can learn from the European centre-left In today’s turbulent world, the concept of security takes on new dimensions, transcending global complexities to touch the lives of individuals everywhere. Who better to shape this narrative into political action than social democrats? Security at work is not synonymous with stagnation;

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Frederick Harry Pitts & Andrew Pakes

Cybersecuronomics: Cybersecurity and Labour’s Modern Industrial Strategy

How can Labour bolster the UK’s cybersecurity in line with the framework set out in the ‘securonomics’ agenda and its modern industrial strategy? Business, our personal lives and even  our nation’s critical infrastructure are increasingly dependent on cyberspace.  While the technology brings benefits, it also exposes us to new risks,

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Matt Bevington

Rebuilding the Regulatory Ecosystem

What regulatory reforms should a pro-growth Labour government adopt as it seeks to build a more successful and fairer economy? Since 2010, the Conservatives have failed to achieve their main objective of reducing regulation while, at the same time, making the quality of regulation worse. Many of the most memorable

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Frederick Harry Pitts & Andrew Pakes

Security at work and structural change – Roundtable report

What can Labour learn from its European counterparts to support its mission for prosperity and security at work? Against a backdrop of a more dangerous world, there is an increasing sense of a need for security, in every sense of the word. Labour’s missions for a better Britain depend on

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A collaboration between Progressive Britain, Renaissance and Hugh Goldborne

Fair Competition for Fair Growth

Download our consultation paper. The Labour Party leadership has made it clear that accelerating economic growth is central to everything they want to achieve and a necessary precursor for achieving their ambitions in government. The relationship between government and business is at the heart of this mission. Building and facilitating

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