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The Conservative Party and European Integration since 1945: At the Heart of Europe?

In The Conservative Party and European Integration since 1945: At the heart of Europe?, N. J. Crowson sets out to analyse the thought of the Conservative Party faithful on Europe, and to investigate the role that the party played in the formation of policy at the highest levels of the leadership. Crowson seeks to moveContinue reading “The Conservative Party and European Integration since 1945: At the Heart of Europe?”

Britain’s Policy Towards the European Community: Harold Wilson and Britain’s World Role, 1964–1967

Every prime minister’s reputation combines a mixture of image and reality, and that of Wilson has all too often been the image of the wily, pipe-smoking fixer. However, there is a growing school of revisionist thinking about Wilson that is more nuanced and sympathetic, seen in recent publications such as those edited by Oliver DaddowContinue reading “Britain’s Policy Towards the European Community: Harold Wilson and Britain’s World Role, 1964–1967”