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The English Conservative Party can no longer be regarded as a major obstacle to Irish unity. There is still, it is true, a strong Unionist element, which would receive the support of a section of the English Press, but the proposition, profoundly believed in Irish Republican circles, that the policy of the English Government is still the old one of divide et impera is scarcely plausible. It would be more true to say that the English Conservative Party and, a fortiori, the other parties, would be much relieved if the whole dispute were settled.

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Volume 94, Issue 3

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Volume 94, Issue 3

Includes a commentary by Colin Crouch on the dark heart of today's Conservative party, an article by Stewart Lansley tracing the history of ‘crowding out’, and its use as a justification for austerity and state deflation; and Tim Vlandas and Kate Alexander-Shaw debating the political economy of age. In our reports and surveys section, Deborah Mabbett asks where next for curbing London's emissions? The issue also includes a selection of book reviews such as Andrew Gamble on The Culture of Accountability: A Democratic Virtue by Gianfranco Pasquino and Riccardo Pelizzo, and Leila Simona Talani on Europe's Coming of Age by Loukas Tsoukalis.

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