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Category Archives: 2015 Election
American Politics Group Annual Conference
7th-9th January 2016, University of Reading The Programme is now out for next year’s American Politics Group [APG] conference. January’s conference will not only be held at the University of Reading but has also been organised by Dr Mara Oliva, … Continue reading
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General election 2015: an electoral shock?
In the final instalment of our Election 2015 special, Dr Matt Broad looks at the shocking result! So that’s it. The election is over. The votes have been cast. The final results are in. And who would … Continue reading
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General election 2015: who and how many will vote?
After what seems like an eternity, the end of the election campaign is finally in sight. The last of the leaders’ debates – a special Question Time in which David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg sought to defend their … Continue reading
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General election 2015: Britain and the European Union – are there alternatives?
By Dr Matt Broad A couple of weeks ago, I bemoaned the lack of discussion about foreign policy in the general election campaign. On that occasion I wrote that none of the main parties had ‘dared to mention foreign … Continue reading
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General Election 2015: manifestos – good politics or whistling in the wind?
In the fourth instalment of our General Election 2015 special feature, Dr Broad looks at political manifestos. Elections are strange affairs. For all the uncertainty inherent in a campaign the party machine is a highly structured … Continue reading
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