Chapters and articles

Not including columns or blogs, reviews or news stories

D Boyle (1979), ‘The Irish have the longest laugh’, Kerygma, Vol 1, No 12, 12 Oct.

D Boyle (1981), ‘Death of a prince’, Oxford Star, 25/26 Jun.

D Boyle (1983), ‘1983: Rather odd when you think about it’, Oxford Star, 29/30 Dec.

D Boyle (1984), ‘An Englishman abroad: A journey into Europe’, Oxford Star, 5/6 Apr.

D Boyle (1984), ‘Down in the forest something stirs’, Oxford Star, 22/23 Nov.

D Boyle (1985), ‘Future peril of the rail to road shift’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 54, No 11, Nov.

D Boyle (1986), ‘Future paradox which could enlighten’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 55 No 2, Feb.

D Boyle (1986), ‘New Architecture: Is it the answer?’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 55, No 11, Nov.

D Boyle (1986), ‘Towards a green deal’, New Democrat, Vol 4 No 5.

D Boyle (1986), ‘Defensible Economics’, Liberal Ecology Group Newsletter, Dec.

D Boyle (1987), ‘After modernism – and on our side!’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 56 No 1, Jan.

D Boyle (1987), ‘Cities of the future look set to spread’, Sunday Times, 17 May.

D Boyle (1987), ‘Facing the crisis in town and country’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 56, No 6, Jun.

D Boyle (1987), ‘I want no slacking’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 56, No 7/8, Jul/Aug.

D Boyle (1987), ‘Revitalising inner cities’, New Democrat, Vol 5, No 4.

D Boyle (1987), ‘New alliance?’, New Ground, No 15, Autumn.

D Boyle and J Walker (1987), ‘Little Boxes’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 56, No 12, Dec.

D Boyle (1988), ‘Ideal homes?’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 57 No 5, May.

D Boyle (1988), ‘Boom Towns: Light at the end of the tunnel’, Career Accountant, Sept.

D Boyle (1988), ‘Could planning be privatised?’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 57, No 10, Oct.

D Boyle (1988), ‘The way forward’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 57, No 12, Dec.

D Boyle (1988), ‘Responding to a greening government’, New Economics, No 8, Winter.

D Boyle (1989), ‘Grinding to a halt in the cities’, New Economis, No 11, Autumn.

D Boyle (1989), ‘Hope for whales’, New Economics, No 12, Winter.

D Boyle(1990), ‘Step by step to upstage the summit’, New Economics, No 14, Summer.

D Boyle (1990), ‘News from anywhere?’, New Democrat International, Summer.

D Boyle (1990), ‘Was it all a dream?’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 58, No 10, Oct.

D Boyle (1991), ‘Plagued by blight’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 60 No 1, Jan.

D Boyle (1991), ‘For the cost of a toaster’, New Economics, No 18, Summer.

D Boyle (1991), ‘Shifting leviathon’, Greenstone, No 1, Jul-Aug.

D Boyle (1991), ‘Carry on up the summit’, New Economics, No 19, Autumn.

D Boyle (1992), ‘How to make the UK election mean something’, New Economics, No 21, Spring.

D Boyle (1992), ‘Why we should let Christopher Robin go hoppety hop’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 61 No 3, Mar.

D Boyle (1992), ‘Finding the indicators to explain the riots’, New Economics, No 23, Autumn.

D Boyle (1992), ‘Dumping Tinkerbell for defensible economics’, New Economics, No 24, Winter.

D Boyle (1993), ‘Practical theoretical money’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 62, No 4, Apr.

D Boyle (1993), ‘The three big lies of economic recovery’, New Economics, No 26, Summer.

D Boyle (1993), ‘Southern Lights’, Green, Nov.

D Boyle (1993), ‘Sometimes the message really does get through’, New Economics, No 28, Winter.

D Boyle (1993), ‘Small schools are beautiful too’, Liberal Democrat News, 10 Dec.

D Boyle (1994), ‘The feeding of the 50 million and more’, New Economics, No 29, Spring.

D Boyle (1994), ‘Green economists set alternative jobs agenda’, The European, 15-24 Jul.

D Boyle (1994), ‘The feeding of the 50 million and more’, New Money, No 5, Autumn.

D Boyle (1994), ‘We’ve come a long way in a decade’, New Economics, No 31, Autumn.

D Boyle (1994), ‘Bringing up baby’, Managing Your Business, Autumn.

D Boyle (1994), ‘More than just skin deep’, Managing Your Business, Autumn.

D Boyle (1994), ‘No more wacky bashing’, New Statesman & Society, 7 Oct.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Let’s be ambitious for the new economics’, New Economics, No 33, Spring.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Getting a TOE hold’, In Context, No 40, Spring.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Money for old hopes’, The Guardian, 22 Mar.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Propaganda secrets which beat Goebbels’, Liberal Democrat News, 5 May.

D Boyle (1995), ‘The common market sense in having local currencies for a new Europe’, The Guardian, 22 May.

N Robins and D Boyle (1995), ‘Choose your money for the 21st century’, New Economics, No 34, Summer.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Panel beaters who want their chakras balanced’, New Economics, No 34, Summer.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Bluff your way in new economics’, The Reformer, Summer.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Square pegs in round holes’, Challenge, Summer.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Killers of the road’, New Statesman & Society, 4 Aug.

D Boyle (1995), ‘What do we do about currency speculators?’, New Economics, No 35, Autumn.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Foreign banks – just the ticket for SMEs?’, Managing Your Business, Autumn.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Have faith that everything we do matters very much’, Self Esteem Network, No 9, Autumn.

D Boyle (1995), ‘Fighting Jacques Chirac in the supermarkets’, New Economics, No 36, Winter.

D Boyle (1996), ‘The economics of toilet training’, New Economics, No 37, Winter.

D Boyle (1996), ‘Making a big bang for limited bucks’, Liberal Democrat News, 12 Apr.

D Boyle (1996), ‘Land reclamation’, Town & Country Planning, Vol 65 No 5, May.

D Boyle (1996), ‘Why we need to be bold when it comes to green policy’, The Reformer, Summer.

D Boyle (1996), ‘Why policy is a kind of disease’, New Economics, No 38, Summer.

D Boyle (1996), ‘Power Plays’, European Businessman, Summer.

D Boyle (1996), ‘What are we going to do about money?’, Kindred Spirit, Summer.

D Boyle (1996), ‘When time is money’, New Economics, No 39, Autumn.

D Boyle (1996), ‘The town that prints its own money’, New Statesman, 2 Aug.

D Boyle (1996), ‘Where the moral agenda leads to’, Liberal Democrat News 1 Nov.

D Boyle (1996), ‘The transatlantic money revolution’, New Economics, No 40, Winter.

D Boyle (1997), ‘Get aboard the money revolution’, Liberal Democrat News, 24 Jan.

D Boyle (1997), ‘Time is money but people still care’, The Guardian, 17 Mar.

D Boyle (1997), ‘Strange case of the disappearing Tories’, Liberal Democrat News, 18 Apr.

D Boyle (1997), ‘Now we know it’s possible’, Liberal Democrat News, 9 May.

D Boyle (1997), ”Making money’, Yes!, Spring.

D Boyle (1997), ‘Gateway cities’, European Businessman, Spring.

D Boyle (1997), ‘Green thoughts for Brown’, New Statesman, 30 May.

D Boyle (1997), ‘So just who pays?’, European Businessman, Summer.

D Boyle (1997), ‘A climate for change’, New Statesman, 4 Jul.

D Boyle (1997), ‘Local currency systems’, in T Schroyer (ed.), A World that Works: Building blocks for a sustainable society, Bootstrap, London.

S Murphy and D Boyle (1997), ‘TOES summits coming back home to Britain’, New Economics, No 43, Autumn.

D Boyle (1997), ‘How to turn your time into money’, New Economics, No 43, Autumn.

D Boyle (1997), ‘This parallel economy could be a model for Tony Blair’, The Independent, 21 Aug.

D Boyle (1998), ‘Time for a new kind of party’, Liberal Democrat News, 13 Mar.

D Boyle (1998), ‘Forget the single currency: Let’s have hundreds’, Liberator, No 251, May.

D Boyle (1998), ‘A mobile phone is a cow’, New Statesman, 31 Jul.

D Boyle (1998), ‘Confessions of a global gambler’, New Internationalist, Oct.

D Boyle (1998), ‘It’s goodbye from David’, Liberal Democrat News, 27 Nov.

D Boyle (1998), ‘No money? We’ve all got a bit of time’, New Economics, No 48, Winter.

D Boyle (1999), ‘The funny money revolution begins’, The Independent, 16 Jan.

D Boyle (1999), ‘The new alchemists’, Resurgence, No 192, Jan/Feb.

D Boyle (1999), ‘Working control’, Liberator, No 257, Feb.

D Boyle (1999), ‘The people’s park no more’, LIberator, No 259, May.

D Boyle (1999), ‘Time as currency: A new approach to building communities’, in Voluntary Action, Vol 1 No 3, Autumn.

D Boyle (1999), ‘Time is a great social healer’, New Statesman, 23 Aug.

D Boyle (1999), ‘A fresh start for Lib Dems?’, New Times, No 7, Sept.

D Boyle (1999), ‘Time is a great social healer’, in New Statesman, Aug 23.

D Boyle (2000), ‘How to cash in on saving time’, EG, Feb.

D Boyle (2000), ‘The loneliness disease’, Town and Country Planning, March.

D Boyle (2000), ‘Time traders’, Green Futures, No 24, Sept/Oct.

D boyle (2000), ‘History of England and Wales’, in (ed.) J. J. Norwixh, England and Wales, Everyman Guides, London.

D Boyle (2000), ‘After community politics’ in Passports to Liberty, No 4.

E Mayo and D Boyle (2000), ‘Let a thousand monies bloom’, Local Economy, Vol 14 No 4, Feb.

D Boyle (2000), ‘What does divorce have to do with sustainability?’, Green Futures, Nov.

D Boyle (2000), ‘Suburbs: Pioneer projects’, Resurgence, No 198, Jan/Feb.

D Boyle (2000), ‘Wall Street 2’, The Ecologist, Vol 30, No 9, Dec.

D Boyle (2000), ‘Getting real’, Liberal Democrat News, 28 Jan.

D Boyle (2000), ‘Capital gains’, The Ecologist, Nov.

D Boyle (2000), ‘Real currency values’, Challenge, Winter.

D Boyle (2001), ‘Pushing against planetary forces’, Environment Action, No 28, Feb.

D Boyle (2001), ‘You can count me out’, The Observer, 14 Jan.

D Boyle (2001), ‘A world of too many numbers’, Green Futures, Feb.

D Boyle (2001), ‘Why we have to do more than simply measure the world’, News from the New Economy, Feb.

D Boyle (2001), ‘Tyranny of numbers’, Resurgence, No 205, Mar/Apr.

D Boyle (2001), ‘Genoa rioters got it wrong, Liberator, No 276, Sept.

D Boyle and A Macgillivray (2001), ‘Yes, but how do we actually create sustainable farming?’, Radical Economics, No 1, Jul/Aug.

D Boyle (2001), ‘The trouble with too many numbers’, AccountAbility Quarterly, No 16, No 2.

A MacGillivray and D Boyle (2001), ‘Sink or Surf? Social inclusion and the digital age’, in J Wilsdon (ed.), Digital Futures: Living in a world, Earthscan, London.

D Boyle (2001), ‘Facing up to the tyranny of numbers’, Resurgence, March/April.

D Boyle (2001), ‘The importance of being small-scale’, The Reformer, Summer.

D Boyle (2001), ‘Do-It-Yourself Money and the New Alchemists’, The Ecologist, Mar.

D Boyle (2001), ‘One of the most profound solutions I’ve ever seen…’, Radical Economics, No 3, Nov/Dec.

D Boyle (2001), ‘Time as currency’, in A Roddick, Take it Personally, Thorsons, London.

D Boyle (2001), ‘A timely lesson in propaganda’, New Statesman, 19 Nov.

D Boyle (2002), ‘The storming of the accountants’, New Statesman, 21 Jan.

D Boyle (2002), ‘Does money have original sin?’, Green Futures, Nov/Dec.

D Boyle (2002), ‘The storming of the accountants’, New Statesman, 21 Jan.

D Boyle (2002), ‘Intellectual currencies: An introduction to the concept of i-commerce’, Foresight, Vol 4, No 1.

D Boyle (2002), ”Keeping UK consumers informed’, Liberal Democrat News, 9 Aug.

D Boyle (2002), ‘The numbers game’, Crossbow, Autumn.

D Boyle (2002), ‘The truth about Harold Shipman’, Liberator, No 283, Sept.

D Boyle (2002), ‘Being disobedient to an accountant’s profit’, Challenge, Autumn.

D Boyle (2002), ‘Bringing the green revolution back home’, Environment Today, Autumn.

D Boyle (2002), ‘Islam or rest’, Green Futures, No 37, Nov/Dec.

D Boyle (2002), ‘Let’s re-imagine cities to make them greener not denser’, Radical Economics, Sept/Oct.

D Boyle (2002), ‘A creaking old conception of cities’, Town & Country Planning, Dec.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The secret history of economics’, Radical Economics, No 10, Jan/Feb.

D Boyle (2003), ‘Send in the volunteers’, Crossbow, Spring.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The secret history of money’, Radical Economics, No 10, Jan/Feb.

D Boyle (2003), Beyond Yes and No: A multi-currency alternative to the euro, New Economics Foundation, London.

D Boyle (2003), ‘Hilaire Belloc and the Liberal revival’, Journal of Liberal History, No 40, Autumn.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The trouble with too many numbers’, in AccountAbility Quarterly, Issue 16, No 2.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The new mutualism and the meaning of time banks’, in Local Economy, Vol 18 No 3, Feb.

D Boyle (2003), ‘Don’t say yes, don’t say no’, New Statesman, 23 May.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The strange rebirth of a forgotten idea’, New Statesman, 7 Apr.

D Boyle (2003), ‘Why we need garden cities’, Challenge, Spring.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The man who made us work like this’, BBC History, Jun.

D Boyle (2003), ‘Visionaries: Homespun wisdom’, Resurgence, No 219, Jul/Aug.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The real world is making a smashing comeback’, Sunday Times, 10 Aug.

D Boyle (2003), ‘How to attract Conservatives: A five point plan’, The Reformer, Summer.

D Boyle (2003), ‘How to make the world a bit more authentic’, Radical Economics, No 14, Sept/Oct.

D Boyle (2003), ‘Naughty children and the syndrome that became an epidemic’, New Statesman, 6 Oct.

D Boyle (2003), ‘The most artificial place on earth No. 1: Ocean Dome’, The Ecologist, Oct.

D Boyle (2003), ‘2020 Vision’, Your Environment, Autumn.

D Boyle (2003), ‘Localising Money: Alternative currencies’, in A Pettifor, Real World Economic Outlook, Palgrave Macmillan, London.

D Boyle (2003), ‘A town called Celebration’, The Ecologist, Nov.

D Boyle (2003), ‘1984? Not big brother, but the start of new economics’, Radical Economics, No 15, Nov/Dec.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Is this how to end public service failure?’, New Statesman, 23 Feb.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Goodbye yellow brick road’, Itch, Vol 1 No 1.

D Boyle (2004), ‘The sad tale of Crystal Palace Park’, Town and Country Planning, Mar.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Ten predictions for ten years ahead that are not so bad’, Radical Economics, No 18, May/Jun.

D Boyle and J Calder (2004), ‘Cohesive Communities’, in Passports to Liberty 6, Liberator Publications, London.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Hitler, Cromwell and the moral case for Europe’, Liberator, No 298, Sept.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Why property is not theft after all’, Liberator, No 300, Dec.

D Boyle (2004), ‘In search of wabi-sabi planning: The strange revival of authentic places’, Town and Country Planning, Dec.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Truth, lies and authenticity’, Resurgence, No 224, May/Jun.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Time to choose’, Your Environment, Autumn.

D Boyle (2004), ‘Why gambling money is not like real money’, Radical Economics, No 21, Nov/Dec.

D Boyle (2005), ‘Taking people’s time seriously’, in T Aldrich, About Time: Speed, society, people and the environment, Greenleaf, Sheffield.

D Boyle (2005), ‘Why Gordon’s wrong about buying local’, Radical Economics, No 22, Jan/Feb.

M Lorenz and D Boyle (2005), ‘Identity Checks’, New Start, 20 May.

D Boyle (2005), ‘Campaigners and wonks’, Liberator, No 302, Jun.

M Lorenz and D Boyle (2005), ‘How cheese and canals make all the difference’, Radical Economics, No 25, Jul/Aug.

D Boyle (2005), ‘What is a narrative – and what it isn’t’, Liberator, No 304, Aug.

D Boyle (2005), ‘Is there such a thing as a community brand?’, Viewpoint, No 17.

D Boyle and S Clark (2005), ‘The downside of full employment’, Radical Economics, No 27, Winter.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Problems with evidence-based policy’, ARVAC Bulletin, No 99, Feb.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Everything today is thoroughly modern – or is it?’, Town and Country Planning, May.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Plus ca Change’, in S Hitchins (ed.), Lib Dems and Localism, New Local Government Network, London.

D Boyle (2006), ‘London: To be real’, Directions, No 2, Spring/Summer.

D Boyle (2006), ‘What if Joseph Chamberlain had married Beatrice Webb’ in D Brack (ed.) President Gore and other things that never happened, Politico’s, London.

D Boyle (2006), Aspects of Co-production, New Economics Foundation, London.

D Boyle (2006), ‘All to gain on the carbon diet’, Yoru Environment, Feb/Apri.

D Boyle (2006), ‘The new economics of bird flu’, Radical Economics, No 28, Spring.

D Boyle (2006), ‘The contribution made by unpaid workers is forgotten in the drive for full employment’, Guardian, 28 Jun.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Screwing up on a big scale’, Liberal De,ocrat News, 2 Jun.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Authenticity’, in L Zsolnai (ed.), Interdisciplinary Yearbook of Business Ethics, Vol 1, Peter Lang, Berne.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Working it out’, Guardian, 28 Jun.

D Boyle (2006), ‘To be real’, Directions, Vol 2, Spring/Summer.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Hearts and minds’, Liberator, No 310, Jun.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Plus ca Change’, in S Hitchins (ed.), Lib Dems and Localism, New Local Government Network, London.

D Boyle (2006), ‘John Maynard Keynes’, in S Kumar and F Whitefield, Visionaries of the Twentieth Century: A Resurgence anthology, Green Books, Hartland.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Authenticity’, in L Zsolnai (ed.),

Interdisciplinary Yearbook of Business Ethics, Vol 1.

D Boyle (2006), ‘The dark side of choice’, Radical Economics, No 30, Autumn.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Being more ambitious’, Challenge, Autumn.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Lions led by donkeys?’, Liberator, No 313, Sept.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Authentic options’, Resurgence, No 238, Sept/Oct.

D Boyle (2006), ‘William Blake in Prscottville’, The Liberal,  No 9, Oct/Nov.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Technocrat or ideologue: That is the question’, Liberator, No 314, Nov.

D Boyle (2006), ‘Fresh script is needed for future on the big stage’, Ethical Performance, Vol 8 No 6, Nov.

D Boyle (2007), ‘Jowell needs to take an urgent look at Black Hawk, Colorado’, LIberal Democrat News, 16 Feb.

D Boyle (2007), ‘Liberalism and the search for meaning’ in D Brack, R Grayson and D Howarth (eds.), Reinventing the State: Social liberalism for the 21st century¸ Politico’s, London.

D Boyle and P Sander-Jackson (2007), ‘Just in case the banks unravel’, Radical Economics, No 35, Winter.

D Boyle (2007), ‘Can you count a better environment’, in Ecos, Vol 28, No 1,

D Boyle (2007), ‘The way out of the 1997 trap’, Liberator, No 319, Jul.

D Boyle (2007), ‘Tesco and the five kinds of localism’, Challenge, Autumn.

D Boyle (2007), ‘Two-way services’, Radical Economics, No 34, Autumn.

D Boyle (2007), ‘Anita and the new economics’, Radical Economics, No 34, Autumn.

D Boyle (2007), ‘Anita and the future of business’, IOpen Democracy, 12 Sept.

D Boyle (2008), ‘We must stop the trolleygarch’s massive power’, Liberal Democrat News, 29 Feb.

D Boyle (2008), ‘We have been here before’, in A Simms and J Smith, Do Good Lives have to Cost the Earth, Constable & Robinson, London.

D Boyle (2008), ‘A human agenda for public services’, Liberator, No 325, Apr.

D Boyle (2008), ‘The new green agenda is mental’, Challenge, Spring.

D Boyle (2008), ‘A bit of magic’, in The Idler, Issue 41, Summer.

D Boyle (2008), ‘Why targets are the central problem’, Liberal Democrat News, 15 Aug.

D Boyle (2008), ‘A whole new kind of regeneration’, Radical Economics, No 36, Spring.

D Boyle (2008), ‘I never meant to be editor…’, Liberal Democrat News, 13 Jun.

D Boyle (2008), ‘Assets that can’t be bought’, Guardian, 16 Jul.

D Boyle (2008), ‘Towards a green new deal’, Challenge, Autumn.

D Boyle (2008), ‘Why buying local is key to economic survival’, Liberal Democrat News, 21 Nov.

D Boyle (2008), ‘Ten years of time banking’, Radical Economics, No 39, Winter.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Save us from Fabianism’, Liberator, No 332, Apr.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Too many green new deals?’, Challenge, Spring.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Britain’s supplicant state’, Guardian, 30 Jun.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Economic thought in the Middle Ages’, in The Idler, Issue 42.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Differentiating green politics’, Challenge, Autumn.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Save us from Fabianism’, Liberator, No 332, Apr.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Why the debate on localism has got so miserably stuck’, Radical Economics, No 41, Summer.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Public space or private control?’, Liberator, No 335, Sept.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Tackling the supplicant state’, in J Pugh, What is Radical Politics Today?, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

D Boyle (2009), ‘It’s time to transform our failed banking system’, Liberal Democrat News, 5 Jun.

D Boyle (2009), ‘Towards a new service revolution’, Radical Economics, No 43, Winter.

D Boyle (2010), ‘Local economics and co-production’, Development, Vol 53 No 3, Sept.

D Boyle (2010), ‘Time is money reinvented’, Guardian, 26 Mar.

D Boyle (2010), ‘Banking reform – the big debate’, Liberal Democrat News, 26 Feb.

D Boyle (2010), ‘The new economics: a bigger picture’, in M Levi and M Griffith, Collateral Damage: Global Crash Phase Two, Moving Toyshop Books, Sale.

D Boyle (2010), ‘The cost of centralisation’, Liberator, No 339, June.

D Boyle (2010), ‘What is a low carbon economy’, Challenge, Summer.

D Boyle and A Simms (2010), ‘Did our peasant ancestors know something we don’t?’, Resurgence, Sept/Oct.

D Boyle (2010), ‘Target culture: back from the dead’, Guardian Comment, 8 Oct.

D Boyle (2010), ‘Columbus’, in R Hanbury-Tenison, Great Explorers, Thames & Hudson, London.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Local solution to Greece’s international crisis’, The Tablet, Jul 2.

D Boyle (2011), ‘It’s that Chamberlain moment for the cities’, Liberal Democrat News, 29 Jul.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Big boys move in’, The Tablet, Aug 5.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Authenticity’ in L Bouckaert and L Zsolnai, The Palgrave Handbook of Spirituality and Business, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Small is splendid’, The Idler, No 44.

D Boyle (2011), ‘If Lloyd George had gone to Russia in 1916’, in D Brack and I Dale (ed), Prime Minister Boris and other things that never happened, BiteBack, London.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Back to basics’, Liberator, No 348, Sept.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Why things work and why they don’t’, Liberal Democrat News, 30 Sept.

D Boyle (2011), ‘The case for a new kind of quantitative easing’, New Statesman blog, 6 Oct.

D Boyle (2011), ‘New deal for a better world’, The Tablet, Oct 15.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Really facing the future’, Liberator, No 349, Nov.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Free to innovate?’, Public Service Magazine, Winter.

D Boyle (2011), ‘The pitfalls and perils of payment by results’, Local Economy, Vol 26 No 8, Dec.

D Boyle (2011), ‘Mind the gap: the great green division on the left’, in D Boyle, T Crompton, M Kirk and G Shrubsole, Different Politics, Same Planet, ResPublica, London.

D Boyle (2012), ‘Retail has its own squeezed middle’, Guardian, 4 Jan.

D Boyle (2012), ‘Out of silence’, Resurgence, Jan/Feb.

D Boyle (2012), ‘The problem with Pingit: mobile phone payment comes at a price’, The Guardian, 16 Feb.

D Boyle (2012), ‘The human element’, Liberator, No 351, Feb.

D Boyle (2012), ‘Bonuses are part of the corrosive ‘target culture’ – yes, tax them at 90%’, The Guardian, 2 Mar.

D Boyle (2012), ‘The Mondragon method’, Liberal Democrat News, 14 Sept.

D Boyle (2013), ‘Choice is an embattled word in public services’, The Guardian, 24 Jan.

D Boyle (2013), ‘Why we all need the middle classes’, The Guardian, 7 May.

D Boyle (2013), ‘Strike out bureaucracy: barriers to choice in public service delivery’, The Guardian, 13 Aug.

D Boyle (2014), ‘How to rescue the UK’s middle classes’, The Guardian, 19 Jan.

D Boyle (2014), ‘For fcuk’s sake: Brands are swearing more than ever’, The Guardian, 28 Apr.

D Boyle (2014), ‘Not all waiters become dictators. Or Sandra Bullock’, The Guardian, 2 May.

D Boyle (2014), ‘In Britain, like the US, out of town shopping centres are dying’, 22 Jun.

D Boyle (2014), ‘The Beveridge legacy: exhausted professionals and passive clients’, The Guardian, 28 May.

D Boyle (2014), ‘Sandals expose a liberal soul’, The Guardian, 29 May.

D Boyle (2014), ‘The government must think small to bring about big economic change’, The Guardian, 12 May.

D Boyle (2014), ‘Richard III: My eight degrees of separation’, The Guardian, 29 Jul.

D Boyle (2014), ‘My son says he won’t play Minecraft again’, The Guardian, 16 Sep.

D Boyle (2014), ‘Richard Branson should beware of the perils of peer control’, The Guardian, 26 Sep.

D Boyle (2014), ‘Children need parents shouting from the touchlines’, The Guardian, 14 Oct.

D Boyle (2014), ‘Why do we still romanticise the Christmas truce?’, The Guardian, 13 Dec.

D Boyle (2014), ‘The Future? We’ve seen it all before’, The Guardian, 30 Dec.

D Boyle (2015), ‘I’m middle class, I’m afraid.’ The Guardian, 30 Jan.

D Boyle (2015), ‘Taking responsibility for local economic recovery’, Public Sector Executive, Feb/Mar.

D Boyle (2015), ‘My traumatised Lib Dem party must discover its radical roots’, The Guardian, 9 May.

D Boyle (2015), ‘Charles Kennedy was an outside – that was his strength’, The Guardian, 2 Jun.

D Boyle (2015), ‘Farron must appoint Lamb to create the flurry of new thinking the party needs’, The Guardian, 15 Jul.

D Boyle (2015), ‘Home truths’, The Guardian, 8 Jul.

D Boyle (2015), ‘How to be English’, Daily Express, 6 Aug.

D Boyle (2015), ‘Two stories from the second dawn of Liberalism’ in Agenda 2020, London: Liberal Democrats.

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