To celebrate the 30th anniversary of IPPR’s Progressive Review, this edition of the journal sees prominent voices in progressive politics grapple with the last three decades, and what we can learn from them in the years ahead.

Since the journal launched in 1993 we have seen 13 years of Labour government, the Conservatives for 17 and the first coalition since 1945. The population of Britain has grown by 10 million, there has been widespread adoption of the internet and wholesale changes in social attitudes.

This special edition of the journal explores these changes to Britain’s economic, social and political landscape and asks how they can help us respond to the challenges of the current moment.