Time to make the case for patriotic progressivism

Road to the Referendum

More Europe, not less

Editorial

A Europe that leaves no-one behind

The argument strongly believes that the centre left only really triumphs when it mobilises a national and international political message of hope.

In this country Labours three great majorities were for winning the peace in 1945; harnessing technology on the side of the people in 1966 and ensuring that the economy could operate with social justice as well as growth in 1997.

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Counterarguments
  • The “That’ll Do” philosophy

    Aiming for perfection reduces risk and halts progress. I have in the past joked that I am going to write a self-help book called That’ll Do. At work and at home I feel the most relief and happiness when, after obsessing forever over something, I think: “sod it, it’s good enough.”

  • An end to soul-searching

    We need to address the challenges of the future and seize the opportunities they present. Many commentators have still not realised the extent to which the financial crisis of 2008 rocked people’s confidence.

  • Time to focus on Clause I

    We know the “what” and the “why”, but does Labour know the “how” and the “when”? Philip Collins provides a comprehensive overview of what Labour needs to do, and why we need to do it, offering helpful insight whether we’re refreshing our understanding of party history, or coming to it new.