One Nation: Power, Hope, Community
Over the last year Ed Miliband has set out his vision of One Nation: a country where everyone has a stake, prosperity is fairly shared, and we make a common life together.
Now eleven newly elected Labour MPs describe what One Nation means to them. It begins with work, family and the local places people live in. It is about having a sense of belonging and community, and a politics that shares power and responsibility with people. And it is about national renewal: ending the living standards crisis, and reforming the state and the market in order to rebuild the economy.
This book is written by a new generation who are changing Labour to change the country.
Contributors: Rushanara Ali, Kate Green, Lilian Greenwood, Tristram Hunt, Dan Jarvis, Shabana Mahmood, Catherine McKinnell, Gloria De Piero, Steve Reed, Rachel Reeves, Owen Smith.
Buy a copy of the book for £12 here or
Special Discounted £8 copy for party members here
Sunday 22 September at the Labour Party Conference
The Labour politics of One Nation
The Sandringham Room, Hilton Brighton Metropole
Contributors discuss what Labour’s politics of One Nation means to them.
This event is only open to conference delegates and attendees