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LSE British Politics 46m
Why reading polls is actually a lot more complicated than it looks
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Why reading polls is actually a lot more complicated than it looks
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Corbyn’s Labour agenda has more in common with its forbears than is often assumed
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Political Studies 4h
The ‘expert cure’: can experts restore public trust in political parties? Read the blog post by and on to find out: Full article available now in
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The Civil Service’s gender equality agenda under the coalition
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Prospect Research & Economics 7h
Fascinating evidence that voters' disenchantment with political parties is because they think they don't listen to experts *enough* via
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Tactical voting in the EP elections: different regions call for different strategies - and efforts may still backfire
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The ‘expert cure’: can experts restore public trust in political parties?
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Patrick Dunleavy 9h
Tactical voting for EP in different regions needs different strategies - & may still backfire via
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KCL-BritPol&Gov 8h
Our summer half-day conference on British politics has a few spaces left. Sign up here!
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Under austerity poorest households have experienced the greatest growth in unsecured debt to income ratio, affecting essential needs such as rent, food and utilities.
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Rent controls in London? What is being suggested is not new – indeed it looks pretty mainstream
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Three factors that affect public support for the implementation of EU referendum results
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Can we solve both the economic crisis and the environmental one? Seeking new models in uncertain times
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LSE British Politics 23h
Happiness is more a cause than a consequence of career success
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LSE Government May 22
"These elections are like a super-charged opinion poll on that sends a very powerful signal back to MPs in Westminster" - analyses and their implications for UK politics
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LSE British Politics May 22
UK financial power after Brexit: understanding the country’s external balance sheets
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Patrick Dunleavy May 22
European elections 2019: what will happen in England’s South East?
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LSE British Politics May 22
It will be cheaper for the UK to trade with EU countries after Brexit – at least in the near term
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