Johnson is dead. Long live Johnsonism?

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 30 Number 4 (2022)

Johnson is dead. Long live Johnsonism?
Jonny Ball pages 27-37


Boris Johnson’s exit precipitated a return to the small-state conservative aspirations he temporarily held at bay. But the conditions that gave rise to the ‘neo-statist’ turn remain as pronounced as ever, and Labour should now grasp the opportunity to set out a vision for a transformational, popular and protective state.

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Jonny Ball (2022) Johnson is dead. Long live Johnsonism?, Renewal, 30(4), 27-37

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