The political make-up of the UK is shifting. Since 2010, political realignment across large swathes of the UK has been solidified through four general elections, six governments and referendums on Scottish Independence and the UK’s membership of the EU.

Across Europe, progressives have failed to adapt to the new political faultlines. Centre-left parties have fallen to an international trend of Pasokification. Left challenger movements, including parties such as Syriza and Podemos, have failed to pave a way to success at the ballot box.

Now progressives face a new crisis, without having recovered the ground lost since the last. In this issue we cover the political realities the movement needs to grasp and the strategies it can look to employ.