No scholar has done more than Vivien Schmidt to illuminate the contemporary European Union’s democratic and legitimacy deficits. Her previous work pointed to the reality of what—in a typically pithy […]
Will the covid-19 pandemic prompt the EU to take the decisive integrative steps that it failed to take in the context of the Eurozone crisis?
Whatever the future holds Labour should beware both the New and the Blue
In this post-election blog, Owen Parker argues that whatever the future holds- Labour should beware both the ‘New’ and the ‘Blue’.
Robbie Shilliam’s brilliant book highlights the historical importance of race in social and welfare policy in Britain and in so […]
Harold D. Clarke, Matthew Goodwin and Paul Whiteley’s new book provides a nuanced picture of why people voted as they […]
There are good pragmatic and principled reasons for the Labour Party to reverse its opposition to the free movement of […]
The Commission’s White Paper understates both the depth of the crisis associated with the EU status quo and what needs […]
The Commission’s new White Paper offers some interesting post-Brexit scenarios for ‘the future of Europe’, but realising any of these […]
The support in traditional Labour party heartlands for leaving the EU should serve as a wake up call for the […]