The Party Politics of Englishness

  title={The Party Politics of Englishness},
  author={Andrew Mycock and R. Hayton},
  journal={The British Journal of Politics and International Relations},
  pages={251 - 272}
  • Andrew Mycock, R. Hayton
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • The British Journal of Politics and International Relations
  • Research Highlights and Abstract provides one of the first assessments of how British multi-national and English political parties have responded to existing and emergent identity tensions in England whilst continuing to defend the concept of the post-devolution British union-state. extends debates about multi-level party political systems in multi-national states which have typically focused on Scotland, Wales and, to a lesser extent, Northern Ireland. considers the potential that debates… CONTINUE READING
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