John Curtice (University of Strathclyde/ NatCen Social Research) It is not so long ago that Britain was regarded as a model [...]Read more
Category "Issue 19"
Viewpoint: Malcolm X, Smethwick and BME Politics
John Narayan (University of Warwick) and Kehinde Andrews (Birmingham City University) 1965 has crucial lessons to teach us in 2015 when [...]Read more
Policy Briefing: Political Rhetoric, Corporate Responsibility and Contested Bodies
Geof Rayner (Independent Researcher) Some decades ago, in a statement which further reinforced his reputation for economic dryness and right-wing ideological [...]Read more
On the Frontline: Weaponised higher education?
Liz Morrish (Nottingham Trent University) In his Times Higher editorial in early February, John Gill wrote that higher education has been [...]Read more
Immigration and the cost of broken promises
James Hampshire (University of Sussex) Political scientists studying voting behaviour have long debated the relative importance for re-election of candidates’ records [...]Read more
Votes by Women
Finn Mackay (University of the West of England) We are currently in the midst of a Feminist’s most favourite time in [...]Read more
Learning from Activists
Lisa Mckenzie (London School of Economics) As May 7th gets closer, an election where the stakes are high. I am attending [...]Read more
Can we break free of male, pale and stale politics?
Kirstein Rummery (University of Stirling) On the 18th September 2014, 88% of Scottish voters turned out to vote in the referendum [...]Read more
Post-Conflict Elections in Northern Ireland
John D Brewer (Queen’s University Belfast) As a devolved region, Northern Ireland has elections to its regional government and to Westminster. [...]Read more
Scotland: From the Referendum to Election 2015
Alexander Smith (University of Warwick) In June 2012, as campaigning got underway for the referendum on Scottish independence that would take [...]Read more