Volume 25 No. 3/4 (double issue)

£6.80
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ISBN: 
9781912064731
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Autumn/Winter 2017

Contents

EDITORIAL

Ready for government? -  FREE TO VIEW 

James Stafford and Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite

SOCIETY AND POLITICS IN 2017

The revolt of the ‘squeezed middle’: Why new cross-society coalitions in British politics are now possible -  FREE TO VIEW 

Lorenza Antonucci

The new economy, social change, and polarised places: a changed terrain for British politics

Will Jennings and Gerry Stoker

All out war? Brexit, voting and the production of division -  FREE TO VIEW 

Cathy Elliott

Corbyn’s Labour and the populism question

Jonathan Dean and Bice Maiguashca

BREXIT AND LABOUR’S POLITICAL ECONOMY

Labour’s programme and EU law

Andy Tarrant and Andrea Biondi

Interview: Hope amidst despair? -  FREE TO VIEW 

Stuart Holland in conversation with Martin O’Neill

Fragmentation and decline: The UK and the global trading system after Brexit -  FREE TO VIEW 

Silke Trommer

ROUNDTABLE

Conference conversations

Alex Sobel, Monique Charles, Li Andersson, and Mat Lawrence

THE FUTURE OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR

Protecting the legacy: developing a Labour vision for health and care -  FREE TO VIEW 

Sarah Hutchinson

Tory ideology and social policy under Theresa May: current and future directions

Ben Williams

Tuition fees and the neoliberal university: responding to the 2017 Higher Education and Research Act

Simon Choat

THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

Speenhamland, automation and the basic income: a warning from history? -  FREE TO VIEW 

Frederick Harry Pitts, Lorena Lombardozzi and Neil Warner

Platform co-operativism

David Jacobs

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