A big thank you to all of the graduates who have given their time and expertise to support our students this year.
Third Year BSc Politics Student, Jed Dashwood, blogs about elitism in British politics
Third Year Politics student Bláthnáit Robinson explores the question of representation for citizens living in the Speaker’s constituency.
Third year Politics student Ryan Ferris discusses the dangers posed by online abuse of MPs to democracy.
Third year BSc International Relations student Will Hubbard, blogs about devolution and intergovernmental relations between the four nations
PhD student Chloe Doherty offers personal reflections on the emotional rollercoaster of the Donald Trump presidency.
Third year BSc International Relations student, Sara Versace, blogs about how the UK Parliament compares to the US Congress.
Third year BSc Politics student, Katey Pugh, blogs about sexism in the UK Parliament.
Third year BSc Politics and History student Chris Mitchell blogs about the role of Her Majesty’s opposition during the pandemic
Third year BSc Politics student Callum Lake blogs about the Coronavirus Act.