Author Archives: riverflows77

Labour and Social Conservatism

Following on from a recent report by Jon Cruddas MP, I attempt to explain the disconnect between the Labour Party and its traditional working-class support base.

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The Future of Christian Socialism

A colourful and contemplative piece I wrote for Christians on the Left.

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What is Blue Labour (1)

The first in my blog series explaining Blue Labour is up.

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Labour’s new leader

A quick blog post I wrote last month (reluctantly) attempting to explain why Jeremy Corbyn’s ascendancy to the leadership of the Labour Party has some positive aspects. Read it at the new website Quadrapheme.

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Virtue Ethics Renewed

Virtue is an often misunderstood word. I attempt to explain it’s meaning in my blog published just before I left ResPublica.

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Labour must embrace a more inspiring vision

A blog for ResPublica: a critique of the 2015 Manifesto Launch and a call for a majority offer.

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Reclaiming Temperance – Establishing a Responsible and Sociable Drinking Culture

On reclaiming temperance from it’s somewhat puritanical history, can be read at the ResPublica website.

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