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The Future of Social Democracy

The Future of Social Democracy

Essays to Mark the 40th Anniversary of the Limehouse Declaration

by Colin McDougallGeorge Kendall and Wendy Chamberlain
Publication Date: 15/02/2021
2021 is the 40th anniversary of the Limehouse Declaration. This launched the Social Democratic Party which later merged to become the Liberal Democrats. To mark this important milestone, prominent politicians propose new ideas for the coming decades. Sir Vince Cable describes the current state of social democracy. Leading figures, including Roger Liddle (leading Labour Peer), Christine Jardine MP and Chris Huhne (former Cabinet Minister), explore a wide range of contentious policy areas including nationalisation, housing and globalisation. Together, they set out a compelling vision for the country that has social justice at its core.
Liberalism & centre democratic ideologies
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Policy Press
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United Kingdom
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