The ‘plugging’ of infrastructure gaps through international finance can generate new problems for African cities as seen in Ethiopia, Nigeria and Uganda.
What would a market for values achieve? I argue that it would reconcile economics and ethics, individual and community, capitalism and democracy.
The 19th Century trade agenda being pursued by the hard Brexiteers will decimate the most productive parts of the 21st Century economy
The UK government has pledged to ‘end’ low skill immigration but many sectors in the UK depend on migrant workers; including the construction industry.
The UK Prime Minister has pledged to end low skilled immigration by 2021. Why have exceptions have been made for the agricultural sector?
Leaving the EU means our rights at work will now be shaped by the UK government, and that means they will become a key area of political contest
Our new research shows that proximity to terrorist attacks increased support for Remain, with individuals believing the UK is more insecure without the EU.
Contradictions have emerged within the Tory party between their ‘Global Britain’ free trade agenda and their pledge to ‘level up’ the country.
Our new blog series examines the policy implications of the 2019 UK general election, examining trade, immigration, environment and labour market policy.
Critical security studies can help to make sense of the complex ways through which states use claims of ‘exceptionalisation’ to respond to economic crises.