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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: 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

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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

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