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The International Conference in UK Political Ideologies

By Matt Cole  

Prospect gave further substance to its reputation as a sponsor of contemporary political debate by supporting a two-day conference of academics and politicians from Britain and abroad in July. The International Conference in UK Political Ideologies at Liverpool University’s school of politics and communication saw MPs and researchers thrash out the theory behind the direction of politics in Britain in a series of discussions which threw into sharp relief the link between long-term analysis and everyday events. A recurrent theme of the conference was the question of the prospects for social democracy, the subject of a roundtable discussion featuring Professors…

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