Neal Lawson is Chair of the pressure group Compass and has written many pamphlets for the organisation on the themes of democracy and equality. He was author in 2009 of All Consuming (Penguin) and was co-editor in 2001 of the Progressive Century.
Published in: ourEconomy: Opinion‘Build Back Better’ is not a secret left-wing plot – it’s simply common sense
Our campaign is an attempt to create alliances for change. Nothing more, nothing less.
Corbyn wasn't all bad
Labour has to learn from the successes as well as the failures of the past.
Labour’s new leader must be a capacity builder
Britain’s Labour party has five potential futures...
Does Labour have to triangulate between power and principle, or is there another way?
Competence is not enough. Labour's new leader must be able to listen, trust, share power, and have fun.
The Right does solidarity whilst Labour remains stubbornly ‘anti-social’
Labour could this week stand aside in a Green target seat or two, as the Greens have in two key Labour targets...
Published in: openDemocracyUKPortugal's power-sharing success story has vital lessons for Labour
Portugal shows that both pluralism and proportional representation don’t have to hold socialists back – indeed quite...