Progressives are restless for change – we know only a radical approach will address the scale of the challenges we face.
The Labour movement has been at the forefront of making this change happen. From the NHS to the minimum wage, we have never been satisfied with the status quo.
We can’t stop now – taking a backseat means victory for the forces of hatred and division.
It doesn't have to be that way.
Progress isn't inevitable, but neither is it impossible.
If we fight for it together, it could be unstoppable.
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The Progressive Britain Podcast is the podcast with the opinion that progressive politics can change the world.
From the MPs in the Commons, to political organisers on the ground, our guests come from all over and make change happen everywhere. We're at the cutting-edge of British politics, bringing you updates and analysis from inside Westminster and across the country.
There's no topic too difficult for our witty and incisive team: host Henna Shah and regulars Alison McGovern MP and Stephanie Lloyd. From Brexit to Baby Trump blimps – they've covered it all.
98. Narratives of hate with Cristina Ariza
In 2002, Anders Breivik, a computer programmer in Norway, began a nine-year plan to finance his 2011 terrorist attack – where he would take the lives of 77 people. Ninety minutes before the attack Breivik sent out a mass email with a far-right manifesto entitled 2083: A European Declaration of Independence. Now, nearly nine years…
97. General election now with Darren Jones MP
Henna Shah is joined by Progress director Nathan Yeowell, and Darren Jones MP to discuss the imminent possibility of a general election, the constitutional impact of the government’s actions, and what Labour progressives should be doing right now.
96. The next step for Progress with Nathan Yeowell
In the last of our special series of interviews over recess, Henna sits down with new Progress director, Nathan Yeowell. Aside from a very serious conversation about the future of social democracy in the Labour Party, and the role of Progress today, we cover everything from Pontypool politics, to the 1992 election, and why Barbara…
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