Present volume

Vol. 31, No. 3 (Autumn 2023) focuses on the the welfare state, and how welfare provision might be managed by a future Labour government. Hilary Cottam proposes ‘radical care’, the Foundational Economy Collective consider the implications of their perspective for welfare, and Jonathan Hopkin considers what the UK can learn from Europe. Colin Hay offers an alarming account of the welfare state’s future amid climate catastrophe, while various contributors demonstrate the economic value of welfare provision.

Vol. 31, No. 2 (Summer 2023) looks ahead to a possible Labour government, including a free-to-read interview with Lisa Nandy MP, and article by Stella Creasy MP on how the UK can rebuild its relationship with the EU. Renewal‘s new editorial team reflect on the value of political pluralism on the left, and various experts discuss Labour’s emerging supply-side economic strategy.

Vol. 31, No. 1 (Spring 2023) celebrates 30 years of Renewal, with a foreword by Ed Miliband MP, and several contributions discussing the past, present and future of centre-left politics.

2022 onwards

Click the links below for details of past issues from 2022 onwards (including free-to-read articles).


Free-to-read articles from 2007 to 2021 can be found below, organised by volume. You can see full contents for all issues from 2011 on our publisher’s website.