the tribune group has a long and proud history as a voice in the parliamentary labour party.

We want to build on that heritage by initiating policy discussions and engaging with the wider Labour movement right across the UK. By working with individuals and organisations that share our values and common goals, we will develop ideas and policy to shape future debate.




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    Sharing the Future: Workers and Technology in the 2020s

    Yvette Cooper

    "Technology is already fast changing the world of work – creating remarkable new opportunities but also serious dangers of widening inequality and injustice unless we act. The Covid-19 crisis makes those dangers much more acute. Government, employers and unions cannot stand back and watch while inequality grows. We need urgent action now to make sure all workers benefit and that we use technology to rebuild a fairer, stronger, greener economy instead. That is what this report is all about."

    Labour's Northern Soul: How Labour can rebuild the Red Wall across the North

    Judith Cummins, Justin Madders and Peter Dowd

    "Labour should probe and highlight the government's so-called ‘levelling up’ agenda at every turn. We need to hold the government to both the letter and spirit of its promises— public money to help left-behind areas must be fairly allocated—and develop our own programme to truly rebalance towards Northern economies. Central to our critique should be that all these initiatives are Whitehall-led and decided, relying on ad hoc, politically divisive decisions rather than a genuine attempt to see parts of the country given the power and the resources to shape their own destiny."


    Sharing the future – workers and technology in the 2020s

    Labour has to set out an optimistic post-Covid vision for the country - one that recognises the way our lives and our jobs are changing following …

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    Post-Brexit voter volatility is not all bad news

    We are now five years on from the EU referendum and the massive realignment we have seen in English politics in the protracted fallout from that …

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    Labour must put a critique of capitalism centre-stage

    It's not hard to be pessimistic. No party in Britain has won the 125 seats necessary to form a government from such a base in modern times. The …

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    Labour needs to offer a route-map for the young

    Today’s young people have suffered economic turmoil, systemic injustices, and the gross inequities of the pandemic. 4.3 million …

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    Rebuilding cultural connection must be part of Labour’s journey

    The pandemic has changed our politics, with the results of recent elections and opinion polls reflecting an abnormal and unique set of …

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    Labour must create a new narrative around patriotism

    Labour must create a new narrative around patriotism: one which celebrates our shared connections and is built on the principles of fairness and …

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