Jo Rothery, PhD student, considers the changing opinion polls as 2022 begins.
Our PhD student, Jo Rothery, evaluates Keir Starmer’s performance at the recent Labour Party Conference
Dr Susan Kenyon, Principal Lecturer in Politics at CCCU, revealed emerging findings from her research into the impact of the Covid pandemic on commuter students, at this year’s Medway Festival […]
In Politics and International Relations at CCCU, we believe that students are partners in learning and research. But what does this mean in practice – and why is it important? Dr […]
After “Super Thursday” Dr Paul Anderson analyses the results and what they mean for Britain’s parties and politics.
Dr Paul Anderson explores the current challenges facing the Union and the calls for Scottish independence.
Dr Dele Babalola, Lecturer in Politics and IR, explains the origins of the #EndSars movement and the ongoing protests in Nigeria.
Professor David Bates considers the implications of the accelerating effects of Covid-19 for right and left wing politics.
Dr Susan Kenyon considers the long-term environmental impact of the ‘super-spreader narrative’ surrounding public transport. Public transport is facing a bit of an image problem.