Tory ideology and social policy under Theresa May: Current and future directions

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

Tory ideology and social policy under Theresa May: Current and future directions
Ben Williams, pages -

Abstract

Theresa May has sought to construct a distinctive social policy offering during her time as Prime Minister, but remains stymied by a toxic combination of triangulation and austerity. Labour must demonstrate the vacuity and incoherence at the heart of May’s project, and construct a credible, transformative alternative policy. 

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