Wrapped up in the Union Jack: Starmer’s patriotic turn

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

Wrapped up in the Union Jack: Starmer’s patriotic turn
Eunice Goes, pages 49-59

Abstract

Keir Starmer’s emphasis on national pride, designed to appeal to lost ‘Red Wall’ voters, draws on traditional Labour narratives, conservative iconography and an as yet vague futuristic patriotism. How these various elements are stitched together will shape Starmer’s ability to build a patriotism that can unite a divided nation.

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To cite this article
Eunice Goes, (2021) Wrapped up in the Union Jack: Starmer’s patriotic turn, Renewal, 29(1), 49-59

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