October 9, 2019
This report from the UK think tank Civitas looks at why voters deserted social democracy and how to win them back.
Something has gone badly awry with social democracy in recent years, as voters have turned their back on centre-left parties across much of the west. Where such parties have fared better – as in the UK – this tends to be associated with a shift towards a more radical left-wing platform. Here, economist, businessman and lifelong Labour supporter John Mills describes how this has happened – and what might be done to arrest the decline of social democratic politics before it is too late.Read Full Report
By Jonathan Cribb; Tom Waters; Thomas Wernham; Xiaowei XuRead more