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The Progressive Policy Think Tank

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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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.

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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.

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Editorial - Trust, media and the crisis of liberal democracy

In the period since the financial crisis, two intertwined realities have come to dominate the minds of democracy’s advocates. Both have been brought to a head in the United States’ great experiment...

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27:3 issue contents - New Horizons

The 2021 elections to the Scottish and Welsh parliaments could mark a watershed moment as devolved institutions come of age. In the midst of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, this moment could entrench...

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Editorial - New Horizons

More than 20 years of devolution have reshaped the UK’s devolved nations, and the union as a whole. While Scotland and Wales may have started from different places and different levels of commitment...

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Editorial - Greener on the other side?

A common refrain during Covid-19 – and, for many, the one silver lining – has been that ‘nature is returning’. By pushing humans inside, the pandemic has reduced pollution and resulted in wildlife...

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27.2 issue contents - Greener on the other side?

The pandemic has exposed our lack of resilience and preparation for severe global threats, caused by an outdated ideology that prioritises efficiency over wellbeing. This is just as true for Covid-19...

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27:1 issue contents - Universalism and the Welfare State

Austerity has failed. And Covid-19 now presents us with the biggest challenge in 70 years. We cannot afford to repeat the mistakes of the last crisis. We need a different approach – one that...

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Editorial - Universalism and the Welfare State

Since the 2008 financial crisis, this country has seen a programme of deep and sustained spending cuts to public services and social security, under the ideology of deficit control and ‘living within...

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