The IT revolution is transforming politics and opening up a new dimension of inequality. The Labour party can be as technologically savvy as it likes, argues David Runciman, but it cannot become a vote-winning machine again until it sets out a role for the state in the political economy of the digital age. On the […]
About David Runciman
David Runciman is Professor of Politics and Head of the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at Cambridge University.