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Are we defending the indefensible? Reflecting on policy and practice around ‘the border’ in plant biosecurity for tree health

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  1. Are we defending the indefensible? Reflecting on policy and practice around 'the border' in plant biosecurity

    White, R., Marzano, M., Leahy, S. & Jones, G., 2016.

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  2. Redrawing the border through the ‘Right to Rent’: exclusion, discrimination and hostility in the English housing market

    McKee, K., Leahy, S., Tokarczyk, T. & Crawford, J., 10 Nov 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Critical Social Policy.

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  3. Factors affecting feelings of justice in biodiversity conflicts: towards fairer jaguar management in Calakmul, Mexico

    Lecuyer, L., Calmé, S., Blanchet, F. G., Schmook, B. & White, R. M., Sep 2019, In : Biological Conservation. 237, p. 133-144

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  4. More than a hostile environment: exploring the impact of the Right to Rent part of the Immigration Act 2016

    Crawford, J., McKee, K. & Leahy, S., 23 Aug 2019, In : Sociological Research Online. Online First, 18 p.

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