Category Archives: 2015 Election

2015 election analysis Dr Matt Broad

General election 2015: where is the foreign policy?

In the third instalment of our 2015 election special, Dr Matt Broad discusses foreign policy.     UKIP defections, Labour surge, leaked memos, non-doms, nuclear bombs, paid volunteering, police numbers, fiscal autonomy, fruit pickers and Joey Essex (again) – this … Continue reading

Posted in 2015 Election | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

2015: a case of déjà vu?

In the second instalment of our 2015 election special, Dr Matt Broad reviews the first week of the campaign and offers a historical prospective on the Leaders Debate.       Politics is a fickle business. Labour started the week … Continue reading

Posted in 2015 Election | Tagged , | Leave a comment

2015 Election

Welcome to our featured blog series on the 2015 Election Dr Matt Broad provides a weekly analysis of one of the most exciting campaigns in British history   On Thursday, 7 May the people of Britain go to the polls … Continue reading

Posted in 2015 Election | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment