Renewal Volume 24 No. 1

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Publication date: March 1, 2016

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Editorial: Reorienting the left (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

James Stafford, Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite

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The Osborne Supremacy: the unfolding Conservative hegemonic project and the left’s response (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

Ken Spours, author of The Osborne supremacy: why progressives have to develop a hegemonic politics for the 21st century, debates the possibilities for such a hegemonic strategy with Patrick Diamond, co-author with Giles Radice of Can Labour win? The hard road to power.

The Labour Party under Ed Miliband: trying but failing to renew social democracy (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

Ed Miliband had a serious diagnosis of the reforms needed to build a better society. Yet a series of compromises with forces within and outside the party watered down his overall narrative.

Labour and the New Englishness (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

Labour needs to find a way of connecting the complex politics of English identity politics to some of the knotty constitutional issues we face.

What is the significance of the Paris Agreement? (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

The Paris Agreement represents major progress in the struggle against climate change – but Conservative government policy is making fulfilment of the UK’s obligations increasingly unlikely.

Against fantasy citizenship: the politics of migration and austerity (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

Crises of debt and migration are being felt across the European Union, including in Britain. Right- wing politics has prospered in this environment by developing rhetorics of exclusion. These rely on a fantasy of equal national citizenship that obscures the state’s role in regulating access to labour and welfare regimes.

Are we all entrepreneurs now? (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

A consideration of the origin and significance in modern Britain of the figure of the ‘entrepreneur’, who has long enjoyed a privileged place in the ideological armoury of neoliberal capitalism, both as a heroic leader, and as a model for ordinary workers under flexibilised regimes of labour.

A better politics – a more enlightened economics (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

Danny Dorling

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Review (Renewal 1, Spring 2016)

The Predistribution Agenda: Tackling Inequality and Supporting Sustainable Growth - Claudia Chwalisz and Patrick Diamond. Reviewed by Stewart Wood

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