21 May 2015
Writing in The Conversation, Professor
Michael Kenny takes a look at English nationalism and its role in the election, its origin and how it is expressed and imagined. “English nationalism was invented neither by UKIP or the Conservatives. It is in fact a longer-range, multifaceted trend, which in all probability began during the 1990s,” he says.
Click here to read Professor Kenny’s view on how social democracy can relocate its sense of national purpose and orientation