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Searching for values in a post-liberal world – by Ian Geary

 ‘Ever since the Thatcher era, British politics has been defined by forms of economic and social liberalism. The right won the argument for the former and the left the argument for the latter, or so it is said. Yet in … Continue reading

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Into the Blue: Labour’s re-discovery of its conservative roots – by Ian Geary

In 2010 the theologian Phillip Blond published his influential book Red Tory which criticised both left and right wing’s failures to solving Britain’s problems. From within the Labour Party, the Jewish academic, Maurice Glasman, has led a movement called ‘Blue … Continue reading

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