“The Labour Party of Attlee is dead.”
Dr John Bew is a historian and author whose fifth book, a biography of Clement Attlee. As a reader in History and Foreign Policy at the War Studies Department at King’s College London, and senior research fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, he recently published a history of Realpolitik. John is a contributing writer to the New Statesman.
“Party cultures change but member values survive.”
Kate Godfrey is a former candidate for the Labour Party, and fought a key seat (Stafford) in 2015. She later bid to be a candidate in the Oldham by-election. Kate writes a popular blog and has contributed to debates over the direction of the Labour Party. Prior to politics, she worked for many years in Africa and the Middle East.
“We need to talk about solidarity.”
Roger Harding is director of communications, policy and campaigns at Shelter. He is a frequent commentator on public policy issues relating to housing and welfare. Previously, he was senior policy & public affairs manager at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.