1. Editorial: critical times
  2. Dave Featherstone
  3. pp. 4-10
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  1. The English NHS: from market failure to trust, professionalism and democracy
  2. Colin Leys
  3. pp. 11-40
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  1. The quest for a ‘better’ sense
  2. Marina Prentoulis
  3. pp. 41-45
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  1. Right back where we started from
  2. Roshi Naidoo
  3. pp. 45-50
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  1. The NHS and the elderly middle class
  2. Danny Dorling
  3. pp. 50-53
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  1. Preventing extremism
  2. Ash Ghadiali
  3. pp. 53-57
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  1. Refugee solidarity in the everyday
  2. Teresa Piacentini
  3. pp. 57-61
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  1. Unanswered questions
  2. Richard Corbett
  3. pp. 61-64
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  1. Ireland: borders and borderlines
  2. Cian O’Callaghan, Mary Gilmartin
  3. pp. 64-70
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  1. The Digital Divide: #PostRefRacism Versus #Gohome
  2. Rooham Jamali
  3. pp. 70-74
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  1. The need for a left internationalist trade policy
  2. Nick Dearden
  3. pp. 74-82
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  1. Public ownership and alternative political imaginations
  2. Dave Featherstone, Lazaros Karaliotas
  3. p. 83
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  1. Public ownership as economic democracy
  2. Andrew Cumbers
  3. pp. 84-88
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  1. Contesting neoliberalism in an ‘activist city’: working towards the urban commons in Berlin
  2. Ross Beveridge, Matthias Naumann
  3. pp. 88-93
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  1. Towards commoning institutions in, against and beyond the ‘Greek crisis’
  2. Lazaros Karaliotas
  3. pp. 93-99
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  1. Experimenting with institutions
  2. Angela Last
  3. pp. 99-104
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  1. Beyond mere equality - a politics of class analysis not ‘evidence’
  2. David Byrne
  3. pp. 105-116
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  1. Of course we do’: inequality, the family, and the spell of social mobility
  2. Gideon Calder
  3. pp. 117-127
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  1. A tale of three disputes: Junior doctors against the government 2015-2016
  2. Steve Iliffe
  3. pp. 128-142
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  1. Poems about migration
  2. Sophie Herxheimer, Karen McCarthy Woolf
  3. p. 143
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  1. London, and: Beink prektikell
  2. Sophie Herxheimer
  3. pp. 144-145
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  1. To Dover from Calais, and: Tatler’s People Who Really Matter
  2. Karen McCarthy Woolf
  3. pp. 146-147
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  1. Living the crisis through ten moments: A story told in ten moments
  2. Ben Carrington
  3. pp. 148-159
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