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The Northcote/Trevelyan report of 1854 is cited frequently, but it is not always properly understood in the context of its time. Various myths have grown up that have become entrenched in textbooks. Among them are the views that it founded the modem...
The aim of this article is to evaluate critically the UK public policy approach towards undeclared work that targets deprived populations and seeks to deter people from engaging in such work by ensuring that the expected cost of being caught and...
The British State is currently being restructured through a process of constitutional and institutional reform. This process contributes to other changes that are creating an increasingly complex range of inter-governmental relationships of shifting...
Referendums in three northern regions may not only decide the future of English regional devolution, but also radically alter the structure of English local government. Unitary local authorities may ultimately be introduced everywhere after decades...
This article examines the ways that voluntary organisations are re-positioning as democratic actors as they are drawn into new (electronic) relationships with government. Drawing upon our own empirical research we examine the new information...
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