Why Labour needs an academic network

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 4 (2021)

Why Labour needs an academic network
Thom Brooks pages 44-52


Labour-supporting academics are an under-utilised source of policy expertise. A new organisation has made their skills and insights available to politicians and their staff. It could also be used to underpin Starmer’s proposed ‘Labour Party college’.

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Thom Brooks (2021) Why Labour needs an academic network, Renewal, 29(4), 44-52

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