Volume 94, Issue 2
Includes a collection on the future of British political history, edited by Lyndsey Jenkins, Colm Murphy and Robert Saunders. This covers politics and contemporary history; voice, agency and British political history; and methods and concepts. There is also a report that places the Office for Budget Responsibility's commentary on the March 2023 UK Budget in political context, and a selection of book reviews such as Weeda Mehran's review of The Long War by David Loyn and Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi on Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan's Tangled in Terror: Uprooting Islamophobia.
Free to readIssue Information – TOC
Free to readRaising the Pension Age
Free to readSocial Democracy's Muted Revival
Free to read‘Friend or Foe?’: Brexit and French Bashing in the Conservative Parliamentary Party (2016–2022)
Free to readThe Politics of the British Environment since 1945
Free to readHow Do We Write the History of Brexit?
Free to readDiversifying British Political History
Free to readHis(Tory): why British History needs Conservatives
Free to readTowards the Vernacular, Away from Politics? Political History after the ‘New Political History’
Free to readIdeas in Politics in International Context
Free to readBringing the Emigration State Back In
Free to readThe Politics of Unpolitics