The politics of competence: Covid-19 and the ERM

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 1 (2021)

The politics of competence: Covid-19 and the ERM
Giuseppe Telesca pages 28-37


The ERM crisis of 1992 shredded the Tories’ reputation as the competent party of government. Labour has faced the Covid crisis with an attempt to build a politics of competence – but what can it learn from the ERM crisis? And does competence mean now what it meant then.

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Giuseppe Telesca (2021) The politics of competence: Covid-19 and the ERM, Renewal, 29(1), 28-37

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