Labour and the national question after Brexit

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 4 (2016)

Labour and the national question after Brexit
Michael Kenny, John Denham, pages -

Abstract

Labour’s electoral base has been torn apart by identity politics. Yet the leadership election over the summer showed a party unwilling to debate issues of national identity. Labour must face up to these questions, and to the fact that Labour will almost certainly have to win a majority in England if the party is to take power at Westminster again. 

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