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Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2016) Theresa May – a well-prepared geographer’s uneventful climb to the top. Democratic Audit UK (14 Jul 2016). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2016) The EU referendum saw the return of class-prediction voting (with a vengeance). Democratic Audit UK (28 Jun 2016). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2016) Predicting the 2020 election? We are not even sure if the results of 2015 are going to change. Democratic Audit UK (10 May 2016). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2016) Iain Duncan Smith’s resignation was the most confusing since Gladstone left the (Conservative) government of 1845. Democratic Audit UK (31 Mar 2016). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2016) Corbyn’s reshuffle was unnecessary, protracted, and botched – but it may not make any difference. Democratic Audit UK (12 Jan 2016). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2015) Jeremy Corbyn could change British politics and out-perform expectations – provided the Conservatives split over Europe. Democratic Audit UK (10 Aug 2015). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2015) David Cameron faces similar internal divisions as did Harold Wilson over Europe. Democratic Audit UK (17 Jun 2015). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2015) Can Labour recover to win in 2020? History says one thing, and the polls another. Democratic Audit Blog (21 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2014) “Safe seats” are only really safe as long as rival political parties neglect to target them. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Oct 2014). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2014) MPs defections: a good career move which tends to form partof a wider political trend. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Sep 2014). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2014) The rise of multi-party politics heightens the chances of a perverse and unrepresentative outcome in next year’s General Election. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Jun 2014). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2014) Political dynasties have featured prominently in British political history, but are declining in value. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Apr 2014). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2014) Mark Harper’s resignation may ultimately represent his best route back to ministerial office. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Feb 2014). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2013) The idea for a new National Liberal Party doesn’t add up. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Nov 2013). Website.

Wyburn-Powell, Alun (2013) How will the coalition end? Cameron and Clegg may look to the precedent set by the 1945 caretaker government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2013). Website.

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