The UK’s democratic crisis

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

The UK’s democratic crisis
Jun Pang pages 82-87


Attacks on civil liberties are nothing new. But the current government’s legislative programme is particularly ferocious. While we need to resist each strand of this agenda, it is also vital to grasp both the overarching threat to our democratic system, and the way it intersects with economic injustices and structural oppression.

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Jun Pang (2022) The UK’s democratic crisis, Renewal, 30(2), 82-87

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