Helping Labour tackle emerging risks for a brighter future

We create evidence-based guidance aimed at helping decision-makers take immediate action with a long-term impact. We are Labour for the Long Term.


Taking the long-term view

Our aim is to help Labour develop policies that ensure a fairer and safer future. We are facing a number of dangerous risks, from the possibility of another deadly pandemic to runaway climate change. 

The decisions we make now will affect generations to come, and there is a great opportunity for decisive action.


Stay connected

Our network is looking to support Labour by highlighting areas where the party’s policies can naturally include a more long-term focus.

We aim to help put these ideas onto the political agenda and to build on the important work of Labour MPs. This will include producing informative briefings, holding engaging events and providing practical policy recommendations.


Read our latest policy recommendations

Evidenced-based policy briefings to raise awareness of the most important issues for Britain's long-term future.

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R&D For Economic Security From Future Pandemics

Building on Labour’s Industrial Strategy commitment to improve resilience to extreme risks, we recommend that part of the existing commitment to raise R&D spending to 3% of GDP is used to protect businesses and jobs from economic instability that future pandemics may cause.
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Governance of Artificial Intelligence Enquiry Briefing

A briefing for Science and Technology Select Committee Labour MPs enquiring into the governance of artificial intelligence. This briefing summarises the AI governance landscape, outlines key challenges the technology presents, and offers policy recommendations to tackle them.
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Britain in the World

Over the last six years, Britain's status on the world stage has been undermined by domestic political wranglings, often within the Conservative Party. The current moment calls for historical international leadership from Labour.

Any questions?

For further information, policy guidance, press enquires and more, you can get in touch with us via our contact page.