PAULINE BRYAN: Keir Hardie played a towering role in the foundation of the Labour party. Here's what his story can tell us today.
PATRICIA WALKER: We should tax private schools and remove their charity status.
JESSICA BOWERMAN: We should be cautious of police presence in schools.
DAVID SWIFT: Voters in post-industrial towns are disadvantaged in a way that those in big cities are not.
This edition of the Fabian Review features post-election analysis from Andy Price, Eloise Todd, Paula Surridge, Shaista Aziz, Florence Eshalomi MP, Wes Streeting MP, Lara McNeill, Miatta Fahnbulleh, and Frances Ryan.
Also in this issue: Jessie Joe Jacobs on winning back working-class northern voters, Charles Clarke calls out fantasy election wishlists and Rayhan Haque looks at how we might move towards a four-day working week.
Ahead of tomorrow’s manifesto announcement, James Meadway sets out Labour’s new economic thinking – which is not ‘anti-business’, but encourages certain types of businesses to emerge and prosper: ones that benefit workers, the environment and the economy.