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The campaign for control : immigration and ideology in the UK Parliament, 1961-2016

@inproceedings{Jones2019TheCF,
  title={The campaign for control : immigration and ideology in the UK Parliament, 1961-2016},
  author={M. Jones},
  year={2019}
}
Unlike much previous scholarship, this thesis examines how parliamentary discourse plays a decisive role in shaping migration policy. For reasons not fully known, mainstream political ideology has been virtually ignored by both conventional and radical political science. The academic literature on migration politics is characteristically anti-parliamentarian and, in some cases, tends to treat establishment parties as “minor characters with undefined roles” (Triadafilopoulos and Zaslove 2006, p… Expand

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