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Premier paragraphe : Le référendum britannique sur l’Union Européenne pourrait se tenir dès 2016. Des élus conservateurs s’opposent à leur premier ministre qui veut négocier avec Bruxelles pour faire ensuite campagne pour le « Oui ».

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Exploring long-term trends in crime and criminal justice is a multifaceted exercise. This article introduces the construction and methodological benefits of a series of new data sets that amalgamate approximately 30 years of public data on crime, victimization, fear of crime, social and political attitudes with national socio-economic indicators in England and Wales. The data operate at both an aggregate and individual level and will be available for public use (and modification) from autumn 2015. Here, we outline the contours and contents of the data set and highlight the importance of using longitudinal data in exploring theoretical and empirical questions about crime, victimization and social attitudes.

in Huffington Post Publié en 2015-04-19
PAYNE Anthony
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Publié en 2015-05-29
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First line : It may come as no surprise that those who came of age during the leadership of Margaret Thatcher held more right-wing views than their parents.

Publié en 2015-01
ALEXANDER Jon
ALIBHAI-BROWN Yasmin
BAILEY Julie
BARKER William
BOGDANOR Vernon
DOMMETT Kate
DUFFY Bobby
FLINDERS Matthew
GHOSE Katie
GORDON Michael
GOTTFRIED Glenn
GREGORY-JONES Shelley
HOWELL Steven
JELLINEK Dan
JENNINGS Will
JONES Rhion
KORRIS Matt
KRAMER Annette
LESTON-BANDEIRA Cristina
MACFARLAND Caroline
MILLER Carl
PARRY Brian
SANI Michael
SEATON Jean
SILK Paul
STOKER Gerry
STOKER Deborah
WALLER Paul
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In October 2014 the PSA joint-funded a Consultation event ‘Changing Politics – Towards a New Democracy’ with St. George’s House. The Chair of the PSA, Professor Matthew Flinders, chaired the event which brought together participants from a range of fields (including academics, think tankers and practitioners in several policy areas). Today, St. George’s House has published a report which highlights the main themes emerging from the discussion as well as some conclusions and recommendations. It identifies several areas where changes are urgently needed to reinvigorate democracy. The report concludes that to fully succeed in addressing the growth of political apathy and disengagement, parties and leaders must forget their differences and join citizens, academics, charities and others to address this problem with all available energy and resources.

Sous la direction de BAILEY Daniel, HAY Colin Publié en 2019-01
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This book analyses the changing nature of the British economy and the consequences of Brexit upon its place within the European economic space. The overhang from the global financial crisis, the Eurozone crisis, the political negotiation of prolonged economic downturn and now the spectre of ‘Brexit’ provide the backdrop for various forms of capitalist restructuring designed to restore competitiveness and prosperity. This re-structuring has clear implications for existing European growth models, the structural imbalances and inequalities which characterise the British economy, the fortunes of the City of London and competing financial districts internationally, and the prospective strategies of progressive politics in this context. Adopting a broadly critical political economy lens – which gives analytical weight to the relationship between economic and political dynamics – the book will draw on the research of eminent scholars to assess divergence in the foundations of economic competitiveness and their social repercussions.(Publisher's abstract)

Publié en 2017-10
FAWCETT Paul
FLINDERS Matthew
WOOD Matthew
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There is a mounting body of evidence pointing towards rising levels of public dissatisfaction with the formal political process. Depoliticization refers to a more discrete range of contemporary strategies that add to this growing trend towards anti-politics by either removing or displacing the potential for choice, collective agency, and deliberation. This book examines the relationship between these two trends as understood within the broader shift towards governance. It brings together a number of contributions from scholars who have a varied range of concerns but who nevertheless share a common interest in developing the concept of depoliticization through their engagement with a set of theoretical, conceptual, methodological, and empirical questions. This volume explores these questions from a variety of different perspectives and uses a number of different empirical examples and case studies from both within the nation state as well as from other regional, global, and multi-level arenas. In this context, this volume examines the potential and limits of depoliticization as a concept and its position and contribution in the nexus between the larger and more established literatures on governance and anti-politics. (Publisher's abstract)

in The drinks business Publié en 2019-03-14
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The anticipation of Brexit, with or without a deal, is causing considerable consternation among wine-merchants, wine-brokers, and wine-lovers alike. At present, of course, we do not know whether Britain will leave the EU on 29 March (or a few months later) – and, if it does so, whether it will do so with or without a deal.

in Diverging Capitalisms Sous la direction de HAY Colin, BAILEY Daniel, HAY Colin Publié en 2019-01
BAILEY Daniel
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