Volume 29 No.2
LABOUR’S POLITICAL ECONOMY
How and why the idea of the foundational economy is radical
How and why the idea of a national economy is radical
FREE TO READ – Political economy and Labour’s factionalism
POLICY, HISTORY, THEORY
Labour and the environment: An historical perspective
‘Eyes wide open to the context of content’: Reimagining the hate speech policies of social media platforms through a substantive equality lens
Steve Iliffe, Richard Bourne, Linda Patterson, Jill Manthorpe
Resource allocation in the NHS: Shifting the balance towards the community
POPULISM AND ITS DICONTENTS
Patrick Thaddeus Jackson
FREE TO READ – ‘Alternative facts’, scientific claims and political action
The politics of anti-populism
FREE TO READ – The future of the union
Review article: The case for Scottish Labour?
Latest from the Blog
The campaign that called on people to stay at home to “protect the NHS” was effective and necessary; its upshot, however, is that we have all spent a more than a year engaged in a campaign of state-sponsored curtain twitching of a particularly extreme bent.
It is twenty years since British cultural politics was reconfigured around the assumed death of multiculturalism, and the ascendance of populist xenophobic anti-immigration identity politics. Stuart Cartland reassesses this history and asks how its effects can be reversed.
A week after Batley and Spen went to the polls Mark Perryman offers ten thoughts on Labour’s narrowest of victories.