Volume 30 No.2
Nick Garland and Emily Robinson
Tim Bale, Amreen Qureshi, Jo Littler,
Roundtable: Considering cake-ism
Christine Berry and Laurie MacFarlane
STRATEGY, ELECTIONS, STATECRAFT
The not-so-Conservative Party in European perspective
Wall of noise? How useful are theories of electoral geography built on socio-demographic composition?
Phoenix CS Andrews
Cruel Britannia: Toby Young’s world
DEMOCRACY , AUTHORITARIANISM, CORRUPTION
The UK’s democratic crisis
Is the UK sliding into state capture?
Latest from the Blog
A short list of reasons to support the Conference motion and LCFM’s broader politics.
After Labour’s byelection victory in Wakefield, Keir Starmer pledged that a future Labour government will have a ‘restless, reforming zeal’. The word ‘reform’ is popular in politics because it sounds like big change and creates a sense of forward-thinking (are you for or against reform?) without having to say much.
Virtue signalling gets a bad rap. On the internet, in particular, the line between virtue signalling and the simple signalling of one’s position is thin. Who, after all, does not believe, or at least pretend to believe, that their own positions are virtuous?