Volume 29 No.3
RURAL POLICY AND POLITICS
Steve Bassam, Barbara Young
Beyond the big cities: Labour’s offer to towns, rural and coastal communities
Labour’s rural challenge
FOOD AND FARMING
Post-Brexit food and rural affairs policy: a farmer’s view
THE POLITICS OF PLACE
The road to Scottish Labour’s recovery?
Tabitha A. Baker
Is there hope for the West Country? Political sentiment amongst rural voters
Lucy Natarajan, Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite and John Tomaney
Social and community infrastructure: Lessons from Co Durham
LABOUR TRADITION OUTSIDE BIG CITIES
Constitutional change: rediscovering localism
Labour and life beyond cities: Towards a social democratic manifesto for non-metropolitan Britain
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