Vol. 25 Nbr. 3-4, September 2017
- Ready for government?
- The revolt of the 'squeezed middle': why new cross-society coalitions in British politics are now possible.
- The new economy, social change, and polarised places: A changed terrain for British politics.
- All-out war? Brexit, voting and the production of division.
- Corbyn's Labour and the populism question.
- Labour's Programme and EU Law.
- INTERVIEW: Hope amidst despair? Stuart Holland on Brexit, Europe and Labour's new economics, in conversation with Martin O'Neill.
- Fragmentation and decline? The UK and the global trading system after Brexit.
- Conference conversations: Alex Sobel, Monique Charles, Li Andersson, and Mat Lawrence.
- Protecting the legacy: developing a Labour vision for health and social care.
- Tory ideology and social policy under Theresa May: Current and future directions.
- Tuition fees and the neoliberal university: Responding to the 2017 Higher Education and Research Act.
- Speenhamland, automation and the basic income: A warning from history?
- Review Essay: Platform Cooperativism?