Speaking to England

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 3 (2016)

Speaking to England
Tom Barker pages -


Englishness is a difficult subject for the Labour Party. Tom Barker reports on the ‘England and Labour’ seminars, Westminster and Huddersfield, February–April 2016, and the debates held over English identity, constitutional change and Labour Party organisation. Englishness doesn’t have to be bad for Labour, but the party must speak to rather than for England.

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