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Hix, Simon and Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2014) How the European media drives different views of the European Union. Monkey Cage (09 Jun 2014). Website.

Hix, Simon and Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2014) Media coverage in Germany and the UK shows why both countries have radically different views over who should be the next Commission President. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jun 2014). Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Crone, Stephen and Blick, Andrew (2014) Legal aid cuts may mean excluded members of society are denied access to a vital part of our democratic system. Democratic Audit UK (06 Jan 2014). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Crone, Stephen and Blick, Andrew (2013) Protections for the freedom of religion have improved over the last decade. Democratic Audit UK (23 Dec 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) The political affiliations of the UK’s national newspapers have shifted, but there is again a heavy Tory predominance. Democratic Audit UK (18 Dec 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) MPs pay has risen sharply since the 1970s – but it is outside earnings that should really concern. Democratic Audit UK (09 Dec 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) What is the extent of electoral fraud at English elections? Democratic Audit UK (26 Nov 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) Britain’s bloated payroll vote hampers Parliament in keeping a check on the executive. Democratic Audit UK (16 Nov 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) The UK is inconsistent in its support for human rights and democracy overseas. Democratic Audit UK (10 Nov 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) Rules on election deposits create an uneven playing field and protect the interests of the largest parties. Democratic Audit UK (14 Oct 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) Conservative members have less influence on policy than those in the other major parties. Democratic Audit UK (02 Oct 2013). Website.

Grover, Sonja C., Mycock, Andrew, Rufo, Yasmin, Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Hamilton, Vivian, Fox, Ruth, Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 and Cowley, Philip (2013) Votes at 16: democracy experts respond to Ed Miliband’s proposal. Democratic Audit UK (27 Sep 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) How far does the UK support the United Nations and respect the international rule of law? Democratic Audit UK (08 Sep 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) Lobbyists and corporations have opportunities to exercise significant influence over UK public policy. Democratic Audit UK (03 Sep 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) In the representation of women in political life, the UK continues to be outperformed by other democracies. Democratic Audit UK (31 Aug 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) Parliament has relatively weak war powers compared to legislatures in other democracies. Democratic Audit UK (29 Aug 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) Unfinished devolution has created constitutional imbalances in the UK. Democratic Audit UK (15 Aug 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) The unreformed House of Lords is already the largest parliamentary chamber of any democracy. Democratic Audit UK (03 Aug 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Blick, Andrew and Crone, Stephen (2013) It remains to be seen whether Parliament is cut out for coalition. Democratic Audit UK (15 May 2013). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2012) Time to tackle the growth of the ‘payroll vote’. Democratic Audit UK (12 Oct 2012). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2012) There is still a very long way to go before votes at 16 at general elections becomes a reality. Democratic Audit UK (10 Oct 2012). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2012) The widespread rejection of elected city mayors is a spanner in the works for the government’s localism agenda. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2012). Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) Select committee report shows way forward on voter registration. Democratic Audit UK (04 Nov 2011). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) Who governs Merseyside? The significance of Heseltine’s new report. Democratic Audit UK (12 Oct 2011). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) The rejection of AV is the fifth occasion in the last 100 years that a proposal to replace FPTP has failed. This history of failure to secure electoral reform hinges on the ever-changing political calculus between Labour and the Liberal Democrats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2011). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) Talking sense on Lords reform: why the PSA’s new briefing fills a crucial gap. Democratic Audit UK (07 Apr 2011). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) The coalition’s resurrection of Labour’s stalled constitutional reform agenda will do little to address widening social, economic, and political inequalities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2011). Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) What’s happening to our democracy? Democratic Audit UK (03 Jan 2011). Website.

Crone, Stephen and Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Just 50 ‘donor groups’ have supplied over half of the Conservative party’s declared donation income in the last decade, a fact disguised by legal ‘fame avoidance’ techniques. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Dec 2010). Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Just 224 large donations from fewer than 60 sources accounted for two fifths of the donation income of the top three parties across a decade of British politics. This is far too narrow a base for the health of UK democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2010). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart and Crone, Stephen (2010) Party funding reforms are overdue in the UK, but they should not be rushed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2010). Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Reduce and equalise? Why electoral geography matters. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jul 2010). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Reduce and equalise?: why electoral geography matters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2010). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Do referendums ever resolve constitutional debates? Democratic Audit UK (09 May 2010). Website.

Bouçek, Françoise, Jones, George W., Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Travers, Tony, Beckett, Charlie, Hosein, Gus, Carrera, Leandro N. and Leunig, Tim (2010) LSE election experts reflect on the election result. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2010). Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) What about the voters? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010). Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Postal voting and electoral fraud. Democratic Audit UK (01 May 2010). Website.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Uninventing the ‘hung Parliament’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2010). Blog Entry.

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