Latest journal issue

Volume 95, Issue 2

April/June 2024

Includes a collection edited by James Hampshire on Immigration and Asylum Policy After Brexit, exploring how recent immigration and asylum policies reflect the ambivalent, unstable and unresolved meanings of Brexit itself. There are a wide range of other articles including 'A Hundred Years of Labour Governments' by Ben Jackson; and 'The Good, the Not so Good, and Liz Truss: MPs’ Evaluations of Postwar Prime Ministers' by Royal Holloway Group PR3710. Reports and Surveys include 'Addressing Barriers to Women's Representation in Party Candidate Selections' by Sofia Collignon. Finally, there is a selection of book reviews such as Nick Pearce's review of When Nothing Works: From Cost of Living to Foundational Liveability, by Luca Calafati, Julie Froud, Colin Haslam, Sukhdev Johal and Karel Williams; and Penelope J. Corfield's review of The Identity Trap: A Story of Ideas and Power in Our Time, by Yascha Mounk.


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A Hundred Years of Labour Governments

Ben Jackson

Immigration and Asylum Policy After Brexit

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Small Boats, Big Contracts: Extracting Value from the UK's Post-Brexit Asylum ‘Crisis’

Lucy Mayblin, Thom Davies, Arshad Isakjee, Joe Turner and Tesfalem Yemane

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The UK's ‘Safe and Legal’ Humanitarian Routes: from Colonial Ties to Privatising Protection

Michaela Benson, Nando Sigona and Elena Zambelli


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The New Transition Politics of Net Zero

Jon Bloomfield and Fred Steward

Reports and Surveys

Book Reviews

Subversive politics

Michael Rustin

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Uniting the human race

Penelope J. Corfield

Exploiting antisemitism

Richard Kuper

Keeping the oligarchs at bay

Geoffrey Roberts