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Publication date: July 1, 2018
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David Byrne asks whether it is possible for a Corbyn-led Labour Party to make a difference to twenty-first century local government politics.
Can German politics break with centrism and rise to the challenge of the populist right?
Steve Iliffe and Jill Manthorpe ask: do left ideas on leadership have a role in debates on the NHS?
Andy Croft reviews Mike Morris, Tony Wailey and Andrew Davies (eds), Ten Years on the Parish: The Autobiography and Letters of George Garrett, Liverpool University Press 2017.
David Featherstone, Diarmaid Kelliher, David Donovan, Terry Conway and Sally Davison recall how the 1984 miners’ strike saw a blossoming of alliances between the labour movement and broader social groups.
Lynne Segal, Jo Littler
Pankaj Mishra on the resonance of Stuart Hall's work: 'Its manifold meanings and implications are startlingly resonant today, in a variety of national and global contexts: Britain and the United States, the Caribbean, of course, but also India, and, more broadly, Asia and Africa.'
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