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What Next for Labour? Ideas for a New Generation is a book released in 2011, edited by Labour blogger and activist Tom Scholes-Fogg and former Liberal Democrat supporter Hisham Hamid. The book is an edited compilation of 29 essays written by members of the British Labour Party including Members of Parliament, peers and activists. The book seeks to present ideas from all areas of the party's political spectrum, discussing the central theme of the future of the Labour Party following the 2010 general election. Topics covered include suggestions for the ideological direction of the party post–New Labour, policy ideas and broad analysis of Labour's time in government. Contributors include Peter Watt, Lord West of Spithead, Baroness Goudie, Rupa Huq, Aaron Porter, Ann Black, William Bain, Lord Temple-Morris, David Hanson, Siôn Simon, Graham Stringer, Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, Nick Palmer, Tony Lloyd, Bill Esterson, Lord Knight of Weymouth and Eric Joyce. The publication is the first book by both Tom Scholes-Fogg and Hisham Hamid.
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