Roundtable: Considering cake-ism

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 30 Number 2 (2022)

Roundtable: Considering cake-ism
Tim Bale, Amreen Qureshi, Jo Littler, Ben Jackson pages 23-34


A discussion of the nature of Johnson’s ‘cake-ism’, and the long-term structural and ideological shifts reshaping the Conservative Party, in response to Robert Saunders’s essay in this issue, ‘Let Them Eat Cake’: Conservatism in the age of Boris Johnson’. This text is based on contributions to a Renewal roundtable that took place on 4 April 2022.

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Tim Bale, Amreen Qureshi, Jo Littler, Ben Jackson (2022) Roundtable: Considering cake-ism, Renewal, 30(2), 23-34

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