Haddon, Catherine (2012) Book review: how has the Conservative Party’s limited electoral success affected their achievements in other areas? LSE Review of Books (24 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.
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This edited volume examines the effectiveness with which the Cameron led coalition has adapted to the demands of government. While the main focus is on the first year in office, there are insights into why a Conservative modernisation statecraft strategy resulted in a hung Parliament and the need to form a coalition. Catherine Haddon notes the book is a reminder that much is in flux in British politics. Yet it still provides a useful anchor – both for conceptual political theory and for practical policy analysis. Cameron and the Conservatives: The Transition to Coalition Government. Timothy Heppell and David Seawright (eds.). February 2012.
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J Political Science > JN Political institutions (Europe) > JN101 Great Britain
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