Dr Laura Cashman explains why more women in Parliament does not necessarily mean women’s interests will be better served.
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 […]
Dr Keith McLay comments on the photograph of the Prime Minister signing the Article 50 letter below a painting of Sir Robert Walpole.
Dr Sofia Graca, Senior Lecturer in the School of Law, Criminal Justice and Computing, reflects on the Government’s plans to create a new law on domestic abuse. Theresa May announced […]
Dr Amelia Hadfield, Director of the Centre for European Studies, looks at how the foreign media reacted to Prime Minister May’s Lancaster House speech.
Dr Alexander Kent, Reader in Cartography and Geographic Information Science, comments on the use of maps as propaganda tools, by the Vote Leave and the Remain campaigns, in the lead […]
Dr Mark Bennister, Reader in Politics, explores the possibility of an early general election being called by the new prime minister