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Worthy, Ben (2018) Secretively open: identifying patterns in Theresa May's approach to secrecy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2018). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben (2017) How Parliament's campaign of attrition forced the government to open up about Brexit. LSE Brexit (29 Nov 2017). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben and Bennister, Mark (2017) Rebels running London? The mayoralties of Ken and Boris compared. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2017). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Theresa May’s snap election: historic or Pyrrhic? British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2017). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Letting the sun shine in – for a while: why (most) US presidents embrace openness. Democratic Audit UK (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Submarine May can’t slip back under the waves. Keeping Brexit negotiations secret is impossible. Democratic Audit UK (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2016) History shows that the new president has a fairly good chance of winning re-election in 2020. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Nov 2016). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben (2016) The take-over: Prime Ministers without a popular mandate, 1916-2016. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2016). Blog Entry.

Bennister, Mark and Worthy, Ben (2016) Why is real leadership in such short supply in UK politics? British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2016). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben (2016) Why would anyone want to be Prime Minister? Democratic Audit UK (04 Jul 2016). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2016) Who will succeed David Cameron? A brief history of takeover Prime Ministers. Democratic Audit UK (24 Jun 2016). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2016) Going, going, gone: how safe is David Cameron? Democratic Audit UK (03 Jun 2016). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2016) Open up or shut up? David Cameron’s three transparency problems. Democratic Audit UK (11 Apr 2016). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2016) David Cameron and the tax havens: transparency is only a partial answer to a much bigger question. Democratic Audit UK (06 Apr 2016). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2016) Boris Johnson’s influence over the outcome of the EU referendum is highly overstated. Democratic Audit UK (24 Feb 2016). Website.

Worthy, Ben, John, Peter and Vannoni, Matia (2016) Better than asking: an experiment on the effectiveness of FOI requests. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2016). Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben (2015) If he handles his leadership well, Jeremy Corbyn could become the successful rebel head of an anti-establishment party. Democratic Audit UK (21 Sep 2015). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2015) The Government’s Freedom of Information commission tilts the political discussion towards damage and cost. Democratic Audit UK (21 Jul 2015). Website.

Bennister, Mark and Worthy, Ben (2014) Leadership capital ebbs and flows but trends downwards,influencing political fortunes over time. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Nov 2014). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2014) The Maria Miller imbroglio shows that the MPs expenses system is beset by complexity and political meddling. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Apr 2014). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2011) Despite the uphill battle in extending Freedom of Information to companies doing public work, the open data movement is already beginning to hold many of them to account. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2011). Website.

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