The not-so-Conservative Party in European perspective

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

The not-so-Conservative Party in European perspective
Richard Hayton pages 48-56


The Conservative Party is caught between mainstream conservatism and radical right populism. It thus has much in common with other European parties of the centre right, but its electoral success is unusual. What does this tell us about British Conservatism? And what are the long-term implications for British politics?

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Richard Hayton (2022) The not-so-Conservative Party in European perspective, Renewal, 30(2), 48-56

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