Corbyn’s Labour must avoid the fate of Hollande’s Parti Socialiste

Following the recent close UK election that delivered a minority Conservative government, there is now […]


Following the recent close UK election that delivered a minority Conservative government, there is now every chance that Jeremy Corbyn could be the UK’s next prime minister after fresh elections. Whilst Labour’s manifesto was good, the leading thinktank on public finance issues, the Institute for Fiscal Studies, found serious discrepancies in the projected revenue and tax figures. Richard Angell explains how he thinks Labour can avoid the fate of France’s Parti Socialiste. 

By Richard Angell, Director of Progress 

read here

Au lendemain de l’élection britannique qui a résulté en un gouvernement conservateur minoritaire, il existe maintenant de fortes chances que Jeremy Corbyn puisse être le prochain Premier ministre du Royaume-Uni aux prochaines élections. Tandis que le manifeste du Parti travailliste

était bon, le groupe de réflexion sur les questions de finances publiques, l’Institut d’études fiscales (IFS), a constaté de graves écarts dans les chiffres fournis sur les recettes et les impôts. Richard Angell explique cJomment, selon lui, le Parti travailliste peut éviter le sort du Parti socia- liste en France. 

Par Richard Angell, le directeur de Progress

lisez ici 

Find all related publications

Just Transition & Revitalisation – A New EU Strategy for Rural Areas

How can EU actions support the revitalisation of rural areas? How can EU institutions put […]

European Industrial Policy: A crucial element of strategic autonomy

European Strategic Autonomy series - Economy & Trade

A macro-development perspective on euro area imbalances

By FEPS and Initiative for Policy Dialogue (IPD), founded by Nobel Laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz.

Three ideas for a stronger Social Europe in a post- Covid 19 recovery

Policy Study by FEPS Young Academic Network (FEPS YAN) Through its eclectic 20 principles, the […]
Find all related events
30 - 31/05/2022
Berlin (Germany) | Online

Day of Progressive Economic Policy 2022

Hybrid Conference, Berlin (Germany), 30-31 May 2022 We are embarking on the frequently invoked “decade […]
Palermo (Italy)

Healthy Democracy: Inequalities and the pandemic

22 April 2022, Palermo (Italy) The pandemic and the various public health measures adopted to tackle its […]
Vienna (Austria)

European Green Deal: Investment needs and financing possibilities

Vienna (Austria), 10 March 2022, 11:00 – 13:15 The “European Green Deal” was adopted by […]
Find all related news

FEPS launches ‘Recovery Watch’, a new research project

The National Recovery and Resilience Plans represent the new framework in which member states will identify their […]

Call to participants: Training Days for Social Business

Switzerland, September 3rd 2022

Prof. Stiglitz: NextGenEU was a step forward, but the EU needs more flexibility

The Nobel Laureate in Economics Prof. Joseph E. Stiglitz speak out about EU’s economic governance and fiscal rules […]

FEPS supports the Statement of the Progressive Alliance: Global solidarity is the key to overcoming COVID-19

FEPS is pleased to join the global progressive family and supports the Statement of the […]
Find all related in the media
In the media

Belgians resigned but not yet panicking as prices continue to rise


2022: Pathway to reconstruction – EURACTIV


EU sees strengthened partnership with US vital for global recovery – EURACTIV


A Europa sob teste de alta voltagem – PUBLICO