Growing levels of electoral inequality by age and class, falling political participation rates and low levels of belief in the efficacy of democracy all reflect an ingrained sense that the political …
Mat Lawrence talks to Clare McDonnell (57 mins)
Mat Lawrence talks to John Humpreys (38 mins 20 secs)
Reversing political inequality is central to broader democratic renewal. It will not be easy but it makes the task all the more vital if democracy is to live up to its ideal.
Mathew Lawrence and Uri Gordon go head to head.
The euro is an 'irreversible disaster', argues Claus Offe in our interview with him on the central theme of this edition of Juncture . 'Disastrous' in the sense that it has widened economic …
Rooted in political inequality, this imbalance has seen 16–24-year-old group have faced cuts to services worth an estimated 27.5%
How growing political inequality threatens our democracy and why a civic duty to vote could make a difference
The UK's political and democratic system are under severe strain, with declining turnout and increased apathy threatening the legitimacy of the current constitutional settlement
The financial crisis and its aftermath have delivered major shocks to the party systems of continental Europe: witness the rise of new left parties such as Podemos in Spain and Syriza in Greece, and …