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Vittorio Trevitt

Vittorio Trevitt
I am a twenty-eight year old graduate from the United Kingdom. I studied Humanities at the University of Brighton, and am interested in politics, both local and national. I write for various British organisations, including the Fabian Society, Compass, and Catch21, and do voluntary work on behalf of the British Labour Party. My involvement has included campaigning on behalf of local candidates, carrying out research for speeches, and writing articles to raise awareness of important social issues. I have also carried out research for Compass and another organisation on a project concerning payday lending, due to be published this year.

Articles by Vittorio Trevitt

A potential Labour Government in 2015: policy continuity or a break from the past?

The general election in May 2015 will be a decisive one for the British people, who will decide on whether to elect a government that will continue along the path of austerity or a different administration that offers the possibility … Read More

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Remembering Norman Kirk: The Whitlam of New Zealand

At a time when both Australia and its neighbour New Zealand are run by conservative governments, it is important for social democrats in those countries to look at past social-democratic leaders for inspiration, not only in terms of what their … Read More

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Pursuing the politics of change

The Whitlam Government introduced landmark reforms and paved the way for a more progressive Australia. Vittorio Trevitt tells us the UK perspective…  The concept of change is central to the identity of the progressive Left, which believes in the power of the … Read More

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