A new issue of Scottish Left Review is out. Richard S. Kay (Connecticut): Changing the United Kingdom Constitution: The Blind Sovereign. From Standpoint, Andrew Gimson on the strange death of the English gentleman. Jonathan Derbyshire interviews Stuart Hall: “We need to talk about Englishness” (and a response by Richard Seymour). Is Scotland really the social democratic country it proclaims? From OUP, the introduction to Making Thatcher’s Britain by Ben Jackson and Robert Saunders. A review of Inside the Department of Economic Affairs: Samuel Brittan, the Diary of an “Irregular”, 1964-6. “Broken Britain” is the current expression of enduring prejudices on the Right — how does it fit within the context of British conservatism and what does it tell us about David Cameron's Conservatives? The Union Jack is one of the
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