Volume 92, Issue 4
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.
Free to readIssue Information
Free to readThe Conservatives’ Economic Strategy
Free to readRethinking the Post-Truth Polarisation Narrative: Social Roles and Hinge Commitments in the Plural Public Sphere
Free to readWhat Social Media Facilitates, Social Media should Regulate: Duties in the New Public Sphere
Free to readParliament's One-Year Review of the Coronavirus Act 2020: Another Example of Parliament's Marginalisation in the Covid-19 Pandemic
Free to readOver-Rating Prime Ministers?
Free to readUnconvincing Postliberalism
Free to readPicking the PM