The Think Tank: A Level Politics Magazine – Issue 58

The Think Tank: A Level Politics Magazine - Issue 58

In this issue we cover recent events – May’s elections (p. 4), voting reform in the Queens Speech (p. 8), the flare of violence in Israel–Palestine (p. 16), and the Cummings revelations (p. 19) – political parties – ‘Policy Corner’ compares UK policy positions (p. 10) and our comparative article examines US/UK lefties (p. 14) – and an imaginary scenario that inspired our cover: what would J S Mill would do today (p. 6)?

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