As political parties on all sides debate the issues of immigration and the end of Free Movement as part of the Brexit-fuelled General Election, Dr Karen Thomas and Dr Julie Scott explore how robust evidence is increasingly vital to businesses lobbying for the conditions conducive to future growth.
As the country gets prepared to vote in the next general election, Dr Paul Anderson discusses the first local hustings event, hosted by the University.
Professor David Bates and PhD student Tom Sharkey discuss political activism and how it can be a positive symbol of change.
Dr Paul Anderson analyses the constitutional impact of the UK Supreme Court ruling on the prorogation of Parliament.
Professor Susan Millns discusses the relationship between politics and law following today’s Supreme Court judgement on the prorogation of Parliament
Dr Sarah Lieberman discusses Boris Johnson’s first week as Prime Minister.
Dr Sarah Lieberman discusses the latest political developments as MPs return to the House of Commons from summer recess.
Dr Soeren Keil offers three reasons why the PM will not be able to deliver Brexit by the end of October.
Professor David Bates looks at the character of new Prime Minister Boris Johnson through the prism of political theory.
As we edge closer to ‘Brexit Day,’ Dr Laura Cashman writes about how a feminist analysis can help us look at the issues from an alternative point of view, where the personal is always political.