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About Sunder Katwala
Sunder Katwala is director of British Future, the new think tank dedicated to issues of identity, immigration and fairness.
Articles by Sunder Katwala
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En Liang Khong is openDemocracy’s assistant editor.
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The main biographer of George Orwell never became a global figure like his subject. But Bernard Crick, who has just died at the age of 79, was a strange influence on New Labour and like many political thinkers on the left around the world, he struggled with the fate of socialism and its relationship to democracy. Here, Sunder Katwala, the current General Secretary of the Labour Party's oldest and most distinguished pressure group the Fabian Society, lays claims to Crick's legacy of sharp engagement combing intellectual overview with practical (or potentially practical) politics. And in a brief comment openDemocracy founder Anthony Barnett differs in his estimation.
Black and Asian candidates are making real progress up the British political ladder, argues Sunder Katwala.
Some may now hail the legacy of Enoch Powell's British nationalism, but his pessimistic vision was a recipe for greater strife, argues Sunder Katwala.
The head of the British Fabian Society responds to David Miliband's recent article in the Guardian on the future of the Labour party.
Sunder Katwala, General Secretary of the Fabian Society, outlines how he thinks David Cameron should resuscitate the centre-right. It follows on from his recent 'Much Left' article on the future for a goverment of the left.
The head of Britain’s Fabian Society, historically a defining source of Labour’s policies, sets out a new agenda for progressive politics after ten years of Blairism.