Will Davies (Warwick): Recovering the Future: The Reinvention of “Social Law”. John Cromby and Martin E.H.Willis (Loughborough): Nudging into Subjectification: Governmentality and Politics. From New Formations, Jeremy Gilbert on what kind of thing is “neoliberalism”; Jo Litter on meritocracy as plutocracy: The marketising of “equality” under neoliberalism; Lucy Potter and Claire Westall on neoliberal Britain’s austerity foodscape: Home economics, veg patch capitalism and culinary temporality; and capitalist realism and neoliberal hegemony: An interview with Mark Fisher, author of Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? Roger Scruton on poverty, the market and the state: The most important lesson we can learn from recent history is that putting quality at the top of the agenda won’t eliminate poverty, it might make it more widespread. Those crazy days of “socialism”: Bryn Jones on the 1970s and the strange death of social democracy. George Monbiot on how the real threat to the national interest comes from the rich and powerful. Amelia Gentleman on the £54,000 degree: How well is AC Grayling's college doing? Gerald Pillay reviews Christianity and the University Experience: Understanding Student Faith by Mathew Guest, Kristin Aune, Sonya Sharma and Rob Warner. We are all the Daily Mail: It took the unfair discrediting of a dead Marxist to finally show people of Britain that the Daily Mail newspaper’s harmful and ill-conceived journalism covered up a deep loathing of the nation it claims to characterize.