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Free download: Brexit and working class politics

Free download: Brexit and working class politics

28 Nov 2016
To mark the timely publication of the ebook of The rise of the right by Simon Winlow, Steve Hall and James Treadwell, we are offering the postscript to the book - Brexit and working class politics - FREE on our website. Keep reading

Come and work with us!

28 Nov 2016
We are looking for two Senior Commissioning Editors/Publishers and a Commissioning Editor to join the University of Bristol Press team. Keep reading
Charity pie night for Unseen

Charity pie night for Unseen

25 Nov 2016
Policy Press recently hosted a charity pie night, raising money for our charity for 2016, Unseen UK. Keep reading

Nominations for the Peter Townsend Prize 2017 now open

24 Nov 2016
The Peter Townsend Prize, worth £2,000, is awarded biennially in for outstanding work with policy relevance on a topic to which Townsend made a major contribution. Keep reading
How Donald trumped the political establishment

How Donald trumped the political establishment

14 Nov 2016
Every poll predicted both a Clinton victory and that Democrats would regain control over the Senate. Instead, Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States and the Republicans control all branches of government. David Fasenfest, editor of Critical Sociology and author of the forthcoming Detroit and new urban repertoires, explains why this came to be. Keep reading
Celebrating #ARNOVA16

Celebrating #ARNOVA16

14 Nov 2016
Download free articles on this year’s conference theme from Voluntary Sector Review Keep reading
Trump, Brexit and the EDL: the left’s failure to capture the electorate’s trust

Trump, Brexit and the EDL: the left’s failure to capture the electorate’s trust

10 Nov 2016
Many people are quick to blame racism and bigotry for the US Election result, but there are deeper reasons. Simon Winlow, Steve Hall and James Treadwell, authors of 'The rise of the right', discuss the ways in which the left has failed to capture the trust of much of the electorate. Keep reading