Volume 93, Issue 2
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 Consterdine's 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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Free to readThe Bank of England Loses its Mojo
Free to readPrawn Cocktails and Cold Shoulders: Labour, the Conservatives and the City of London since the 1990s
Free to readHeads in the Sand: the Absence of Employers in New Developments in UK Active Labour Market Policy
Free to readIndustrial Policies or Industrial Strategy: The Difficulty of Enacting Long-Term Supply-Side Reform in the UK
Free to readStrategies for Climate Change Post COP26
Free to readTrust, Governance, and the Covid-19 Pandemic: an Explainer using Longitudinal Data from the United Kingdom
Free to readThe Degenerative Tendencies of Long-Serving Governments…1963…1996…2009…the Conservatives in 2022?