Dr Keith McLay explains why Alex Salmond’s choice of quote on election night might not be a good omen – for him.
Dr Laura Cashman explains why more women in Parliament does not necessarily mean women’s interests will be better served.
Paul Anderson examines what the election results mean for Indyref2 and Scottish politics.
Dr Philipp Köker explains why Coalitions are not detrimental to strong leadership.
Dr Mark Bennister, Reader in Politics, looks at the lessons learnt from last night’s election results.
Analysing the components of political leadership, Ben Worthy and Mark Bennister review Theresa May’s leadership capital.
They conclude that, although she may gain capital after an election win, her strained relations with her Cabinet and the ongoing crises of Brexit, Scotland, and Northern Ireland may diminish her reputation.
Professor Mike Weed explores the apparent inability of opinion polls to agree on our opinion.
Following the Conservative’s manifesto proposal of free breakfasts for primary school children, Kerry Jordan-Daus asks: what value education?