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Revisiting ‘The Conservative Nation’

I recently took part in a seminar, organised by Political Quarterly, to discuss the work of Andrew Gamble, author of numerous works on political science, including The Conservative Nation, and a colleague when I was at the University of Sheffield.  … Continue reading

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No two weeks are the same

Each week tends to be hectic, but the demands tend to be different.  Last week, it was notable for the press of meetings, not least on  the Wednesday.  We had the Deputy PM before the Constitution Committee (see the earlier … Continue reading

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