Past Issues

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  • October/December 2022

    Includes a collection on the everyday economy, edited by Anna Killick, Ben Jackson and Deborah Mabbett, which includes articles by Anna Coote, Christine Berry, Tess Lanning and Rachel Laurence. Other highlights include Geoffrey Dudley, David Banister and Tim Schwanen's reflections on the rollout of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, and Erzsébet Bukodi and John H. Goldthorpe's commentary on the Social Mobility Commission's recent annual report. Book reviews include Gianfranco Pasquino on the crisis of writing about the crisis of democracy.

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  • July-September 2022

    Includes a collection titled 'Some Forms of Racism and Anti-Racism in Asia and the Middle East: Beyond Euro-Americancentricity' guest edited by Tariq Modood and Thomas Sealyon. Other highlights include 'What we Talk About When we Talk About the Labour Party' by Ben Jackson, 'How Seriously Should we Take Universal Basic Income?' by Simon Szreter, and Sadiya Akram on Cressida Dick, institutional racism and the Metropolitan Police. Book reviews include Donald Sassoon's analysis of The Starmer Project by Oliver Eagleton.

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  • April-June 2022

    Includes a collection of articles on the challenging relationship between business and politics, edited by Wyn Grant. Other highlights include Michael Jacob's reflections on COP26 and Erica Consterdines' assessment of private and public interests in Conservative immigration policy. Book reviews include Archie Brown's review of Collapse: The Fall of the Soviet Union by Vladislav M. Zubok, and Andrew Gamble's review of Always Red by Len McCluskey.

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  • January-March 2022

    Includes a collection on women and the politics of incivility and discrimination, guest edited by Agnès 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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  • October-December 2021

    Includes a collection on regulating the public sphere in a post-truth world, guest edited by Fay Niker and David Yarrow. Other highlights include Alice Sullivan's exploration the sex question in the census and Craig Berry's article on the missing politics of UK pensions provision. Book reviews include Edmund Fawcett's critique of three new books on free speech, and Jon Blomfield's review of Postliberal Politics by Adrian Pabst.

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