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Thomas Aubrey's new paper argues Britain’s housing crisis results from the failure of politicians to
ensure that markets work in the public interest rather than to the
benefit of the unproductive few
Roger Liddle's new book poses a series of questions about how the debate on the future of Britain's EU membership will unfold over the course of the coming months and years
It is the populist right that has reaped most of the electoral rewards
in Europe in the aftermath of the Great Recession. What challenges is it
Debate on how Britain and other industrialised countries can build strong, sustainable and inclusive economies for the future.
Not responding to
the threat of the ‘outsider’ parties will only see Labour's voter base eroded from
Trapped in a limbo between a confederal and federal system, the EU is sacrificing democratic legitimacy and effectiveness
The European centre left can help Syriza deliver some of its promises, but Alexis Tsipras will have to show a pragmatic approach
Sweden’s mainstream parties have tightened the cordon sanitaire around the country’s populist right party.
Astute and important writings which have relevance for social democratic renewal.
Essays and critical thinking on some of the key political and ideological challenges for 21st Century social democracy.
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