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Matthews, Felicity (2019) Behind the scenes of the Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) How majoritarianism endures in the structures of the UK's devolved institutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2018). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) How majoritarianism endures in the structures of the UK's devolved institutions. LSE Brexit (28 May 2018). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) How majoritarianism endures in the structures of the UK’s devolved institutions. Democratic Audit Blog (11 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) Majoritarianism reinterpreted: why parliament is more influential than often thought. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Feb 2018). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Felicity (2018) Majoritarianism reinterpreted: why Parliament is more influential than often thought. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Feb 2018). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2017) A drift away from majoritarianism: constitutional reform and the Coalition Government of 2010-2015. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2017) A drift away from majoritarianism: constitutional reform andthe Coalition Government of 2010-2015. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2015) As the current parliament progresses, the dissonance between constitutional norms and governing reality may prove too great to ignore. Democratic Audit UK (08 Dec 2015). Website.

Matthews, Felicity and Geddes, Mike (2014) Appointments to public bodies are fraught with issues regarding executive control, politicisation and ministerial accountability. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Feb 2014). Website.

Flinders, Matthew, Matthews, Felicity and Eason, Christina (2011) Public appointments are still 'male, pale and stale': new recruitment strategies and recognition of the value of a variety of backgrounds are needed to change this. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2011). Website.

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