- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
1Introduction: English Identity and Institutions in a Changing United Kingdom
2England and Britain in Historical Perspective
3Sovereignty, Devolution and the English Constitution
4The Ghost in the Machine? The Government of England
5An English Parliament: An Idea whose Time Has Come?
6Interpreting EVEL: Latest Station in the Conservative Party’s English Journey?
7Labour and the Governance of England
8UKIP, Brexit and the Disruptive Political Potential of English National Identity
9Territory and Power in England: The Political Economy of Manchester and Beyond
10London within England: A City State?
11England in a Changing Fiscal Union
12How Do People in England Want to Be Governed?
13English Nationalism in Historical Perspective
- Governing England
- Michael Kenny, Iain McLean, Akash Paun
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