Guerilla Weekend – This week’s best posts

Guerilla Wire /   May 13, 2017 at 7:10 AM 286 views

In case you missed them, here’s a selection of the best posts this week from our Guerilla Daily newsletter.

“Strong and stable” [is Theresa May’s claim about Tory leadership supported by the evidence?]

Chris Dillow

Don’t believe the right-wing immigration lies [who oversaw the highest levels of net migration in UK history?]

Thomas G. Clark

Mail Labour manifesto FAIL [how the Mail’s story unravels in very short order]

Tim Fenton

What Corbynomics should look like right now [Labour is not making an economic case for the post-Brexit era]

Richard Murphy

Advancing disability rights under a Conservative government – bring on the negotiators

Neil Crowther

Same energy cap proposal. Different proposers. Same media, opposite reaction


Why are the UK and US more vulnerable to right-wing populism?

Simon Wren-Lewis

Economic anxiety and Donald Trump [does social or economic anxiety explain the rise of populist politics?]


The liberal centre will not hold. Halting the far-right requires a different social model

David Broder

No, Brexit is not the fault of the evil British tabloids

Samuel Hooper

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