Chuka Ummuna has set out Labour’s plans to institutionalize the developmental state and the rise in productivity it achieved in 1997-2010 to solve the living standards crisis.
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Labour shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna MP has spoken out strongly over the dicision by Universities UK to permit gender segregation on British university campuses.
We must address issues of class and social mobility that are holding people – of all colours and identities – back, writes Chuka Ummuna.
This week Chuka Umunna has written to his opposite number Vince Cable to express his and Labour’s opposition to further reform of the Equality Commission.
Read the text of shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna’s speech todoay to Policy Network’s conference on growth and a new political economy.
It is wise for Labour to step up and not only say a crackdown on gang crime is needed, but to also suggest alternative routes for Britain’s young people.
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna has branded Tory union bashing “bad politics”, amidst reports a third of trade unionists are thought to be Conservative.
Chuka Umunna’s speech today on a ‘One Nation’ active industrial policy – in which he praised Michael Hesletine – exposes ideological divisions in the coalition.
Globalisation has less impact than people think; it is a process created by real institutions – that people can control, argues historian Jon Wilson.