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Progressive Review

IPPR's journal of politics and ideas, showcasing the best in British and international thinking for achieving lasting progressive change

The permafrost of no alternatives has cracked; the horizon of political possibilities is expanding. IPPR Progressive Review is a pluralistic space to debate where next for progressives, examine the opportunities and challenges confronting us and ask the big questions facing our politics: transforming a failed economic model, renewing a frayed social contract, building a new relationship with Europe. Publishing the best writing in economics, politics and culture, IPPR Progressive Review explores how we can best build a more equal, humane and prosperous society.

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29.1 issue contents - The future of public service broadcasting

Marking 100 years of the BBC, this edition of Progressive Review  focusses on the future of public service broadcasting in the rapidly changing media landscape While some may argue that...

05/07/2022
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28:4 issue contents - A fair COP?

Six years after the historic international consensus to tackle climate change in Paris, the reaction to the Conference of Parties (COP) in Glasgow was noticeably more muted. This was supposed to be...

28/03/2022
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Editorial - A fair COP?

COP26 – the ‘Glasgow summit’ - was trailed as a pivotal moment in the world’s fight against climate change. The summit opened with dramatic warnings from world leaders about the scale of the crisis...

28/03/2022
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28:3 Issue contents - Nurture and Renewal

Covid-19 has shaken the UK economy in profound ways. But as we emerge from the crisis, people across the country are clear – we cannot go back to business as usual. This edition of progressive...

31/01/2022
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Editorial - A new economic consensus

Covid-19 has shaken the UK economy in profound ways but, as we emerge from the crisis, people across the country are clear about their desire for  this to be the end of business  as usual. The pandem...

31/01/2022
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Editorial - How can progressives win?

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...

19/09/2021
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28:2 issue contents - Bridges to a brighter future

In this IPPR journal issue we cover the political realities progressive movements need to grasp and the strategies they can employ to win.

19/09/2021
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Editorial - Producing Injustice

As a collection, the edition is designed to be challenging, but not fatalistic. While we remain a long way from race equality in Britain today, every author in this collection has imagined a method, idea or concept through which things could get better.

21/06/2021
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28:1 issue contents - Producing Injustice

Taken as a whole, this issue constitutes a wide-ranging review of how structural and institutional racism still affects and defines people lives across the UK.

18/06/2021
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