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Lord Maurice Glasman

Founder of Blue Labour and Life Peer at House of Lords, Westminster

Maurice, Lord Glasman is an English political theorist, academic, social commentator, and Labour Life Peer in the House of Lords. He is a senior lecturer in Political Theory at London Metropolitan University and Director of its Faith and Citizenship Programme. He is best known as a founder of Blue Labour, a term he coined in 2009. 

He is an articulate voice advocating for socialism with a small–c – which he would claim are the roots of the labour movement. He lives in London with his wife and four children, and advocates for a new imagination of what associations and connections can achieve in our modern western imagination. 

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