Common Sense (Essays)
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British Social Model
Cameron and Osborne
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General Election 2017
Labour Party democracy
Reasons to vote leave
July 13, 2020
Funding effective public policy
There are six generic aspects to successful public policy:
The first is clearly identifying
the problem or need that requires dealing with.
The second is setting realistic objectives that will resolve the problem or fulfill the...
June 4, 2017
A bit confused perhaps?
With less than week to go, there is still time to examine key issues related to the Labour manifesto. As an overall document, a fair summary might be to describe it a ‘mixed bag’. It includes some genuinely radical ideas. Others that have the ger...
April 6, 2016
Democratic Left Network
At the last election the Labour Party offered a range of devolution policies aimed at creating a more de-centralised UK. It said in the Labour Party manifesto:
‘We will embark on the biggest devolution of power to our English city and county regions in a hundred years...
Bringing in more: democratic socialist tax policy for the 21st century
The Establishment's counter-revolution
April 16, 2019
Book Review: The Economics of Brexit
October 26, 2017
The popularity, in the General Election, of the UK's first post-EU manifesto
June 13, 2017
Labour Party manifesto: failing to adequately nurture the foundations of a free and egalitarian society
It's the (whatever it happens to be in this case), stupid!
May 22, 2017
Labour & Security - A Sympathetic Realist Critique
May 20, 2017
A response to the Labour Party 2017 manifesto: Education policy
May 19, 2017
Optimism and pessimism
May 15, 2017
Identifying some myths: the misleadingly named European Social Model
February 20, 2017
Lexit: thoughts on what the Left should be doing now
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