The new economy, social change, and polarised places: A changed terrain for British politics

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 25 Number 3 (2017)

The new economy, social change, and polarised places: A changed terrain for British politics
Gerry Stoker, Will Jennings, pages -

Abstract

Globalisation has changed British politics, but its new dynamics can’t be reduced to a battle between ‘cosmopolitans’ and ‘nativists’. If Labour is to take power, it needs to understand better the divergent attitudes prevalent in different parts of the country, promoting a radical agenda for economic change and political de-centralisation.

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Gerry Stoker, Will Jennings (2017) The new economy, social change, and polarised places: A changed terrain for British politics, Renewal, 25(3), -

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