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I was recently asked to provide some comments on the issue of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors (SMRs). These are small reactors built in a factory…

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In democratic government, the general rule is supposed to be simple: advisers advise, ministers decide, civil servants do. In the UK system, that emerged fully…

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Following his success in the 2019 general election, Boris Johnson and his government have talked a lot about “levelling up” Britain. But what does it…

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The Radix sub-title is “a think tank of the radical centre”, which understandably sounds like a contradiction to many. They equate ‘radical’ with wholesale transformation…

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Warring Fictions: Left Populism and it’s defining myths (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019) Colin Talbot talks to Chris Clarke, one of the latest writers to try…

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First-Past-the-Post is not just deeply unrepresentative, it is poisonous to democratic politics. It fundamentally undermines real democratic values. The UK general election has just demonstrated…

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Through the summer and autumn of 2019 there was much talk of both political and constitutional crises wracking the body politic of dear old Blighty….

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We are offered a contest between two leaders while trends point to multi-party competition It may seem an absurd question to ask ourselves as the…

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Wages for Housework! Some of us are old enough to remember when this slogan emerged during the 1970s upsurge in feminism in the UK. At…

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