Introduction: The Nature and Challenge of Governing in the 1990s

  • Robert Pyper
  • Lynton Robins


The practice of governing the United Kingdom in the 1990s involves confronting a unique combination of perennial problems and fresh challenges.


Policy Process Central Executive Social Security Benefit Maastricht Treaty Policy Cycle 
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  • Lynton Robins

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