Founded in 1930, the Political Quarterly journal publishes analysis, insight and informed opinion on politics and public policy

Volume 93, Issue 2

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Volume 93, Issue 2

Includes a collection on women and the politics of incivility and discrimination, guest edited by Agn├Ęs Alexandre-Collier and Michael Drolet. Other highlights include 'Cricket, Englishness and Racial Thinking' by Michael Collins, and David Judge's assessment of Boris Johnson lying in the House of Commons. Book reviews include Mary Dejevsky's review of Timothy Frye's Weak Strongman: The Limits of Power in Putin's Russia.

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  • Deborah Mabbett

    Deborah Mabbett

    Deborah Mabbett is Professor of Public Policy at Birkbeck, University of London. She is co-editor of the Political Quarterly journal.

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  • Ben Jackson

    Ben Jackson

    Ben Jackson is co-editor of the Political Quarterly journal. He is also Professor of Modern History at Oxford University.

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  • Anna Killick

    Anna Killick

    Anna Killick is a Research Fellow working on perceptions of the economy at University College London. She is collections editor at the Political Quarterly.

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