Anticipations is the magazine of the Young Fabians, the under-31 section of the Fabian Society.

The magazine was founded in 1996, however the group only produced one edition. It was re-formatted and re-launched the following year and since then had published three or four editions per year.

The title comes from a political essay by H. G. Wells, himself a former Fabian, and refers to a positive, hopeful view about the progressive politics in the UK.

Editors of Anticipations

Editors of the magazine have included:

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