March 2007

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TL reading update 13

The Clift and Tomlinson (2007) paper on the Keynesianism of New Labour which was criticised by Hay (2007) has brought forth a response by Clift and Tomlinson: Clift, B. and J.D. Tomlinson (2007) ?Complexity, constraint and New Labour’s putative neo-liberalism?, British Journal of Political Science, 37 (2), pp. 378-81. It is extremely unlikely that this […]

Written by Roger Middleton on March 21st, 2007 with comments disabled.
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TL reading update 12

The latest issue of the journal British Politics, which alas we do not have in UBL (rather embarrassing when I?m on the editorial board), has a number of papers of interest if you can get hold of a copy, in particular on ten year’s of Blair’s premiership and the prospects for New Labour. Andrew Taylor’s […]

Written by Roger Middleton on March 12th, 2007 with comments disabled.
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TGP reading update 3B

The latest issue of the journal British Politics, which alas we do not have in UBL (rather embarrassing when I’m on the editorial board), has a number of papers of interest if you can get hold of a copy. I have printed off (and placed in RM) the most immediately relevant: Tomlinson, J. (2007) ‘Mrs […]

Written by Roger Middleton on March 12th, 2007 with comments disabled.
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TGP reading update 3A

News just received from the library, they have just obtained a copy of: Politicos Media (1998). Party political broadcasts: the greatest hits. – Video I suggest you get a group together and have a session to watch and discuss this. I have also placed a copy of my recent paper on benchmarking the Thatcher years […]

Written by Roger Middleton on March 1st, 2007 with comments disabled.
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