My Attlee vision
Earlier this year I set out in my weekly column for the New European the case for a bold, positive policy alternative to Brexit. I believe Clement Attlee and his post-1945 government should be the inspiration for this. Read my piece here: http://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/top-stories/clement-attlee-andrew-adonis-1-5349227
Contribution to the Cotswold & Malvern Line Newsletter
The Cotswold Line Promotion Group was a revolutionary organisation when it was set up – and the reason, curiously, why I went into politics and ended up as Transport Secretary! The revolutionary idea was that rail users should mobilise not just to lobby for a better service but to help provide it in practical ways. Gandhi urged his followers to ‘be the change they wanted to see in the world’ – and the CLPG literally did that, including shelters on Honeybourne platform, parkin
Durham: the first of many tour stops
Last week, before I start the main chunk of my tour, I took the train up to Durham to talk to locals and young people about how Brexit will affect them. Read the Guardian's coverage of the trip here: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/feb/04/andrew-adonis-launches-drive-reverse-brexit-second-referendum
Matt Forde's Unspun
Here's a clip from my recent appearance on Matt Forde's Unspun. To watch the full programme click here.