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Welcome to Stronger Together:
Britain in 2030

This report looks at the six big challenges facing our country over the coming decade, and how we can start to face up to them. It considers how we can deliver:

  • A green and digital future
  • Better jobs and better work
  • Safe and secure communities
  • World-class public services that work from the start
  • A future where families come first
  • A new international role for Britain

It also outlines the risks if the Conservatives remain in power and duck these key challenges.

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Anneliese Dodds MP
Chair of Stronger Together

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Stronger Together for a green and digital future

We want a country that takes on the climate crisis and seizes the opportunities of the digital revolution, not one whose leaders duck the big challenges.

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Stronger Together for better jobs and better work

We want a country that works for working people, with decent, well-paid jobs no matter where you live and where good businesses can thrive.

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Stronger Together for safe and secure communities

We want a country where people feel happy, safe and part of a close-knit community, with low levels of crime and proper support for victims.

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Stronger Together for public services that work from the start

We want a country with world-class public services that work for everyone right from the start, from the NHS to social care, children’s and youth services to housing.

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Stronger Together for a future where families come first

We want a country where families come first, in all of their wonderful diversity, so Britain becomes the best place in the world to grow up and to grow old in.

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Stronger Together for Britain in the world

We want a country that is self-confident on the world stage, with an international role that delivers for the British people while making our world safer.

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Read the full Foreword and the Conclusion