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by Fiona de Londras and Máiréad Enright  |  30th January 2018

Fiona de Londras and Máiréad Enright – authors of ‘Repealing the 8th: Reforming Irish Abortion Law – respond to the announcement of the Irish Cabinet of its intention to hold a referendum to repeal Article 40.3.3 in May 2018. The book, now publishing on Thursday this week, looks beyond the referendum to what might come Read More

by Rob Manwaring and Paul Kennedy  |  22nd November 2017

Are centre-left parties across Europe facing a future of decline? Rob Manwaring and Paul Kennedy argue that an essential element in any robust democracy is an effective centre-left.…Read more

Sharon Wright and Peter Dwyer reflect on their experience of contributing to the UK Universal Credit debate, to argue that impact activities can be most meaningful if they are aimed at making a difference that really matters.…Read more

Heaven Crawley explains why EU countries' policies of relocating refugees has caused a crisis.  …Read more

by Matt Flinders  |  12th June 2017

Matthew Flinders looks at the 2017 UK General Election, and what it could mean for the future of politics in the country.…Read more

by Anne White  |  19th April 2017

Why have so many Polish families chosen to make the UK their home? Anne White discusses some of the motivations for and complexities of family migration to the UK…Read more

Peter Latham argues that the Spring Budget highlighted the Conservative Party’s allegiance to the City of London, not the small businesses, entrepreneurs and self-employed they profess to support.…Read more

by James Treadwell, Simon Winlow and Steve Hall  |  17th November 2016

Read the introduction to the Postcript of The Rise of the Right by Simon Winlow, Steve Hall and James Treadwell, then download the full chapter free of charge.…Read more

by Steve Rogowski  |  13th March 2013

by Dr Steve Rogowski, a social worker (children and families) with a local authority in NW England. His new book Critical Social Work with Children and Families is publishing this month. Neoliberalism has impacted significantly on social work over recent decades. In particular, the profession has been subjugated to the demands of managerialism with its focus Read More