Summer reading: dusting down the old tomes

Book beach
This summer, the Labour party needs a holiday like never before. It needs to turn off Twitter, drink sangria, feel the sand beneath its toes and stare at the ocean. ...
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The politics of uncertainty and the periphery

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There is a dangerous fallacy commonly held by many in Westminster that the south-west of England is a straightforward fight between the Liberal Democrats and the Tories. Thanks to the ...
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