Is the UK sliding into state capture?

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

Is the UK sliding into state capture?
Liz David-Barrett pages 88-95


We should not assume that the UK is immune to the kinds of processes we have witnessed in less-established democracies. The relationship between business and government has been blurred for some time, and the current government’s attacks on institutional safeguards have made it more vulnerable.

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Liz David-Barrett (2022) Is the UK sliding into state capture?, Renewal, 30(2), 88-95

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