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England expects: Between the centre and the local

The essay series ’England expects: The new English deal and the politics of positivity’ by Richard Carr and Dominic Rustecki is a really important contribution to the debate about why we  need to transfer power down to communities. I hope you find...

England expects: Restoring political communities

Despite popular myth making by both its opponents and its allies, and the evidence of its record in government, the Labour party has not always been about a centralising, exclusively administrative approach to government. In many ways its origins are...

When super-majorities go sour

What does over-eating have to do with Labour’s performance at local elections? A new report by the Electoral Reform Society suggests that just as eating a whole box of Christmas chocs leaves you feeling unhealthy and full of regret by...

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