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This volume looks at the striking changes in British politics and government since the accession of Mrs Thatcher and in particular at the last six or seven years. Its aim is to explore some of these recent changes and to emphasise the recurring paradoxes in the political developments of the last 20 years, for example, the changes of sides by the main parties on Europe. Contents: Britain in the Nineties: The Politics of Paradox. An Introduction Hugh Berrington. Power in the Parties: R T McKenzie and After Dennis Kavanagh Europe, Thatcherism and Traditionalism: Opinion, Rebellion and the Maastricht Treaty in the Backbench Conservative Party, 1992-1994 Hugh Berrington/Rod Hague From Hostility to 'Constructive Engagement' The Europeanisation of the Labour Party Philip Daniels Narratives of 'Thatcherism' Mark Bevir/R A W Rhodes Institutions, Regulations and Change: New Regulatory Agencies in British Privatised Utilities Mark Thatcher The Judicial Dimension in British Politics Nevil Johnson The Periphery and its Paradoxes William L Miller The British Electorate in the 1990s David Denver.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 1998
Edited by Hugh Berrington
Country of Publication
black & white illustrations
Frank Cass Publishers
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