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Abramson, Paul R., Diskin, Abraham and Felsenthal, Dan S. (2007) Nonvoting and the decisiveness of electoral outcomes. Political Research Quarterly, 60 (3). pp. 500-515. ISSN 1065-9129

Ali, Suki (2014) Governing multicultural populations and family life. The British Journal of Sociology, 65 (1). pp. 82-106. ISSN 0007-1315

Alvarez-Rosete, Arturo, Bevan, Gwyn, Mays, Nicholas and Dixon, Jennifer (2005) Effect of diverging policy across the NHS. British Medical Journal, 331 (7522). pp. 946-950. ISSN 0959-8138

Ampofo, Lawrence, O’Loughlin, Ben and Anstead, Nick (2011) Trust, confidence, credibility: citizen responses on Twitter to opinion polls during the 2010 UK general election. Information, Communication and Society, 14 (6). pp. 850-871. ISSN 1468-4462

Andreouli, Eleni and Dashtipour, Parisa (2014) British citizenship and the ‘other’: an analysis of the earned citizenship discourse. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 24 (2). pp. 100-110. ISSN 1052-9284

Anstead, Nick (2010) Book review: the Conservative party - from Thatcher to Cameron - by Tim Bale. British Politics, 5 (4). pp. 550-552. ISSN 1746-918X

Anstead, Nick (2017) Data-driven campaigning in the 2015 UK general election. The International Journal of Press/Politics . ISSN 1940-1612 (In Press)

Anstead, Nick (2008) Internet and campaign finance in the US and the UK: an institutional comparison. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 5 (3). pp. 285-302. ISSN 1933-169X

Anstead, Nick (2017) The idea of austerity in British politics, 2003-13. Political Studies . ISSN 0032-3217 (In Press)

Anstead, Nick and Chadwick, Andrew (2008) The 2008 digital campaign in the United States: the real lessons for British parties. Renewal: a Journal of Social Democracy, 16 (3/4). pp. 86-98. ISSN 0968-252X

Anstead, Nick and O'Loughlin, Ben (2015) Social media analysis and public opinion: the 2010 UK General Election. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 20 (2). pp. 204-220. ISSN 1083-6101

Applebaum, Anne (2017) Britain after Brexit: a transformed political landscape. Journal of Democracy , 28 (1). pp. 53-58. ISSN 1045-5736

Archer, Robin (2013) From an aristocratic anachronism to a democratic dilemma: an elected House of Lords and the lessons from Australia. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 51 (3). pp. 267-282. ISSN 1466-2043

Barkawi, Tarak and Brighton, Shane (2013) Brown Britain: post-colonial politics and grand strategy. International Affairs, 89 (5). pp. 1109-1123. ISSN 0020-5850

Barker, Rodney (2011) Book review: ten years of New Labour - by Matt Beech and Simon Lee (eds). Parliamentary History, 30 (2). pp. 283-284. ISSN 0264-2824

Barr, Nicholas (2012) The Higher Education White Paper: the good, the bad, the unspeakable - and the next White Paper. Social Policy and Administration, 46 (5). pp. 483-508. ISSN 0144-5596

Barr, Nicholas (1975) Labour's pension plan : a lost opportunity. British Tax Review, 2 . pp. 107-113. ISSN 0007-1870

Barr, Nicholas (1975) Labour's pension plan: a lost opportunity II. British Tax Review, 3 . pp. 155-174. ISSN 0007-1870

Bell, Brian, Fasani, Francesco and Machin, Stephen (2013) Crime and immigration: evidence from large immigrant waves. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 95 (4). pp. 1278-1290. ISSN 0034-6535

Berlinski, Samuel and Dewan, Torun (2011) The political consequences of franchise extension: evidence from the Second Reform Act. Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 6 (3-4). pp. 329-376. ISSN 1554-0634

Berlinski, Samuel, Dewan, Torun and Dowding, Keith (2010) The impact of individual and collective performance on ministerial tenure. Journal of Politics, 72 . pp. 559-571. ISSN 0022-3816

Berlinski, Samuel, Dewan, Torun and Dowding, Keith (2007) The length of ministerial tenure in the United Kingdom, 1945-97. British Journal of Political Science, 37 (4). pp. 765-766. ISSN 0007-1234

Besley, Timothy and Larcinese, Valentino (2011) Working or shirking?: expenses and attendance in the UK parliament. Public Choice, 146 (3-4). pp. 291-317. ISSN 0048-5829

Besley, Timothy, Meads, Neil and Surico, Paolo (2014) The incidence of transaction taxes: evidence from a stamp duty holiday. Journal of Public Economics, 119 . pp. 61-70. ISSN 0047-2727

Besley, Timothy and Preston, Ian (2007) Electoral bias and policy choice: theory and evidence. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 122 (4). pp. 1473-1510. ISSN 0033-5533

Bevan, Gwyn and Hood, Christopher (2006) What's measured is what matters: targets and gaming in the English public health care system. Public Administration, 84 (3). pp. 517-538. ISSN 0033-3298

Bicquelet, Aude and Addison, Helen (2016) How to refuse a vote on the EU? The case against the referendum in the House of Commons (1974–2010). Quality & Quantity . ISSN 0033-5177

Bicquelet, Aude, Weale, Albert and Bara, Judith (2012) In a different parliamentary voice? Politics and Gender, 8 (01). pp. 83-121. ISSN 1743-923X

Blick, Andrew and Jones, George W. (2010) The centre of central government. Public Policy Research, 17 (1). pp. 29-35. ISSN 1744-5396

Blumenau, Jack, Eggers, Andy, Hangartner, Dominik and Hix, Simon (2016) Open/closed list and party choice: experimental evidence from the UK. British Journal of Political Science . ISSN 0007-1234 (In Press)

Boneva, Lena, Cloyne, James, Weale, Martin and Wieladek, Tomasz (2016) The effect of unconventional monetary policy on inflation expectations: evidence from firms in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Central Banking, 12 (3). pp. 161-195. ISSN 1815-4654

Bongardt, Annette and Torres, Francisco (2016) The political economy of Brexit: why making it easier to leave the club could improve the EU. Intereconomics, 51 (4). pp. 214-219. ISSN 0020-5346

Bovens, Luc (2012) Real nudge. European Journal of Risk Regulation, 2012 (1). pp. 43-46. ISSN 1867-299X

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Per què no aconsegueix augmentar la productivitat del govern?: la nova gestió pública i la seguretat social al Regne Unit. Public: Butlleti de L'institut de Governanzaa I Direcci Publica d'esade, 22 (Jan). ISSN 2013-2506

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) ¿Por qué no consigue crecer la productividad del gobierno? La nueva gestión pública y la seguridad social del Reino Unido. Public: Butlletí de L'institut de Governança I Direcció Pública d'esade, 22 (Jan). ISSN 2013-2506

Chalmers, Damian (2016) Alternatives to EU membership and the rational imagination. The Political Quarterly, 87 (2). pp. 269-279. ISSN 0032-3179

Clark, Andrew E. and Georgellis, Yannis (2013) Back to baseline in Britain: adaptation in the British household panel survey. Economica, 80 (319). pp. 496-512. ISSN 0013-0427

Cole, Matthew R. (2011) The political starfish: West Yorkshire liberalism in the twentieth century. Contemporary British History, 25 (1). pp. 175-188. ISSN 1361-9462

Cordella, Antonio and Willcocks, Leslie P. (2012) Government policy, public value and IT outsourcing: the strategic case of ASPIRE. Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 21 (4). pp. 295-307. ISSN 0963-8687

Courtin, Emilie (2011) Promotion du "choix" ou gestion du risque?: retour sur l'introduction inachevée du "choix" pour les usagers des services de santé mentale en Angleterre sous le New Labour. Lien Social et Politiques, 66 . pp. 115-137. ISSN 1703-9665

Curtice, John, Fisher, Stephen D. and Kuha, Jouni (2011) Confounding the commentators: how the 2010 exit poll got it (more or less) right. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 21 (2). pp. 211-235. ISSN 1745-7289

Davies, Howard (2005) Reforms that are bound to be bad for the BBC. Financial Times, 3 Marc . p. 19. ISSN 0307-1766

Dewan, Torun and Hortala-Vallve, Rafael (2011) The three As of government formation: appointment, allocation, and assignment. American Journal of Political Science, 55 (3). pp. 610-627. ISSN 0092-5853

Dewan, Torun and Spirling, Arthur (2011) Strategic opposition and government cohesion in Westminster democracies. American Political Science Review, 105 (102). pp. 337-358. ISSN 1537-5943

Dhingra, Swati (2016) Salvaging Brexit: the right way to leave EU. Foreign Affairs, 95 (6). ISSN 0015-7120

Di Cataldo, Marco (2017) The impact of EU Objective 1 funds on regional development: evidence from the U.K. and the prospect of Brexit. Journal of Regional Science . ISSN 0022-4146

Diaz-Serrano, Luis and Rodríguez-Pose, Andrés (2015) Decentralization and the Welfare State: what do citizens perceive? Social Indicators Research, 120 (2). pp. 411-435. ISSN 0303-8300

Dodds, Anneliese (2006) The core executive's approach to regulation: from 'better regulation' to 'risk-tolerant deregulation'. Social Policy and Administration, 40 (5). pp. 526-542. ISSN 0144-5596

Dunleavy, Patrick (2009) Assessing how far Charter 88 and the constitutional reform coalition influenced voting system reform in Britain. Parliamentary Affairs, 62 (4). pp. 618-644. ISSN 0031-2290

Dunleavy, Patrick and Margetts, Helen (2005) The impact of UK electoral systems. Parliamentary Affairs, 58 (4). pp. 854-870. ISSN 0031-2290

Dunleavy, Patrick, Margetts, Helen, O'Duffy, Brendan and Weir, Stuart (1998) Remodelling the 1997 general election: how Britain would have voted under alternative electoral systems. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 8 (1). pp. 208-231. ISSN 1745-7289

Dunleavy, Patrick, Margetts, Helen, Smith, Trevor and Weir, Stuart (2001) Constitutional reform, New Labour in power and public trust in government. Parliamentary Affairs, 54 (3). pp. 405-24. ISSN 0031-2290

Dunleavy, Patrick, Weir, Stuart and Subrahmanyam, Gita (1995) Public response and constitutional significance. Parliamentary Affairs, 48 (4). pp. 606-616. ISSN 0031-2290

Edmunds, Timothy, Dawes, Antonia, Higate, Paul, Jenkings, K. Neil and Woodward, Rachel (2016) Reserve forces and the transformation of British military organisation: soldiers, citizens and society. Defence Studies, 16 (2). pp. 118-136. ISSN 1470-2436

Eggers, Andrew C. and Hainmueller, Jens (2009) MPs for sale?: returns to office in postwar British politics. American Political Science Review, 103 (04). p. 513. ISSN 1537-5943

Eggers, Andrew C. and Spirling, Arthur (2014) Ministerial responsiveness in Westminster systems: institutional choices and House of Commons debate, 1832-1915. American Journal of Political Science, 58 (4). pp. 873-887. ISSN 0092-5853

Estrin, Saul, Marin, Alan and Selby, M (1990) Conflicting aims in electricity privatisation. Public Money, 10 (3). 39 -49. ISSN 0261-1252

Featherstone, Kevin (1981) The British Labour Party: nationalism and the EEC. Contemporary Review, 238 (1380). p. 8. ISSN 0010-7565

Featherstone, Kevin (1997) Europe on course for a single currency: the challenge for the Blair Government. Credit Management, July 1 . ISSN 0265-2099

Featherstone, Kevin (1981) Socialists and European integration: the attitudes of British Labour members of parliament. European Journal of Political Research, 9 (4). pp. 407-419. ISSN 0304-4130

Fishenden, Jerry and Thompson, Mark (2013) Digital government, open architecture, and innovation: why public sector IT will never be the same again. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 23 (4). pp. 977-1004. ISSN 1053-1858

Fisher, Stephen D., Kuha, Jouni and Payne, Clive (2010) Getting it right on the night, again- the 2010 UK general election exit poll. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 173 (4). pp. 699-701. ISSN 0964-1998

Frigg, Roman, Smith, Leonard A. and Stainforth, David A. (2013) The myopia of imperfect climate models: the case of UKCP09. Philosophy of Science, 80 (5). pp. 886-897. ISSN 0031-8248

Fulbrook, Julian (2001) New Labour’s welfare reforms: anything new? Modern Law Review, 64 (2). pp. 243-259. ISSN 0026-7961

Garland, Ruth (2017) Between mediatisation and politicization: the changing role and position of Whitehall press officers in the age of political spin. Public Relations Inquiry . ISSN 2046-147X (In Press)

Garland, Ruth, Tambini, Damian and Couldry, Nick (2017) Has government been mediatized? A UK perspective. Media, Culture and Society . ISSN 0163-4437 (In Press)

Gatenby, Mark, Rees, Chris, Truss, Catherine, Alfes, Kerstin and Soane, Emma (2015) Managing change, or changing managers? The role of middle managers in UK public service reform. Public Management Review, 17 (8). pp. 1124-1145. ISSN 1471-9037

Gearty, Conor (2007) The Blair Report. Index on Censorship, 36 (2). pp. 49-55. ISSN 0306-4220

Gearty, Conor (2012) Is attacking multiculturalism a way of tackling racism - or feeding it?: reflections on the Government's Prevent Strategy. European Human Rights Law Review, 2 . pp. 121-129. ISSN 1361-1526

Gearty, Conor and Ewing, Keith (1997) Rocky foundations for Labour's new rights. European Human Rights Law Review (2). pp. 146-151. ISSN 1361-1526

Gilad, Sharon (2009) Juggling conflicting demands: the case of the UK Financial Ombudsman Service. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 19 (3). pp. 661-680. ISSN 1053-1858

Glennerster, Howard (2012) Why was a wealth tax for the UK abandoned?: lessons for the policy process and tackling wealth inequality. Journal of Social Policy, 41 (2). pp. 233-249. ISSN 0047-2794

Green, Jane and Hobolt, Sara (2008) Owning the issue agenda: party strategies and vote choices in British elections. Electoral Studies, 27 (3). pp. 460-476. ISSN 0261-3794

Griffith, J. A. G. (1975) Book review: British cabinet ministers : roles of politicians in executive office, by B. Heady. Parliamentarian: Journal of the Parliaments of the Commonwealth, 57 (3). pp. 222-223. ISSN 0031-2282

Griffith, J. A. G. (1976) Book review: treatise on law, privileges, proceedings and usage of Parliament, by E. May. Parliamentarian: Journal of the Parliaments of the Commonwealth, 57 (4). pp. 297-298. ISSN 0031-2282

Griffith, J. A. G. (1982) Book review: P. Norton, the Commons in perspective. Political Studies, 30 (1). p. 129. ISSN 0032-3217

Griffith, J. A. G. (1998) Book review: parliament under pressure (Peter Riddell); parliament and the people (Philip Laundy). Political Quarterly, 69 (3). pp. 327-328. ISSN 0032-3179

Griffith, J. A. G. (1976) Book review: the parliamentary ombudsman, by Roy Gregory and Peter Hutchison. Political Quarterly, 47 (1). pp. 114-115. ISSN 0032-3179

Griffith, J. A. G. (1977) Book review: the political police in Britain, by Tony Bunyan. Political Quarterly, 48 (1). pp. 118-115. ISSN 0032-3179

Griffith, J. A. G. (1955) The Crichel Down affair. Modern Law Review, 18 (6). pp. 557-570. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1959) Family allowances and National Insurance Act, 1959. Modern Law Review, 22 (4). pp. 411-412. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1955) Notes of cases: administrative discretion and the Courts - the better part of valour. Modern Law Review, 18 (2). pp. 159-163. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1952) Public corporations as grown servants. University of Toronto Law Journal, 9 (2). pp. 169-193. ISSN 0042-0220

Griffith, J. A. G. (1960) Reports of committees: first report of the Council of Tribunals. Modern Law Review, 23 (6). pp. 660-662. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1957) Reports of committees: special report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons Disqualification Bill (H.C. 349 of 1955-1956). Modern Law Review, 18 (6). pp. 52-54. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1959) Statutes: The Local Government Act, 1958. Modern Law Review, 22 (3). pp. 297-301. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1959) Tribunals and inquiries. Modern Law Review, 22 (2). pp. 125-145. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (2000) The brave new world of Sir John Laws. Modern Law Review, 63 (2). pp. 159-176. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1951) The place of parliament in the legislative process: part I. Modern Law Review, 14 (3). pp. 279-296. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1951) The place of parliament in the legislative process: part II. Modern Law Review, 14 (4). pp. 425-436. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1979) The political constitution. Modern Law Review, 42 (1). pp. 1-21. ISSN 0026-7961

Griffith, J. A. G. (1993) The rights stuff. The Socialist Register, 29 . pp. 106-124. ISSN 0081-0606

Griffith, J. A. G. (1966) The traditional pattern reconsidered. Political Quarterly, 37 (2). pp. 139-148. ISSN 0032-3179

Hagemann, Sara and Hoyland, Bjorn (2010) Bicameral politics in the European Union. Journal of Common Market Studies, 48 (4). pp. 811-833. ISSN 0021-9886

Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin E. and Vivyan, Nick (2016) Dyadic representation in a Westminster system. Legislative Studies Quarterly . ISSN 0362-9805

Hazell, Robert and O'Brien, Patrick (2016) Meaningful dialogue: judicial engagement with parliamentary committees at Westminster. Public Law . ISSN 0033-3565 (In Press)

Hill, Michael and Gough, Ian (2012) Book review: Re-reviews: the political economy of the welfare state, Ian Gough. Social Policy and Administration, 46 (5). pp. 582-587. ISSN 0144-5596

Hix, Simon (2016) Does the UK have influence in the EU legislative process? The Political Quarterly, 87 (2). pp. 200-208. ISSN 0032-3179

Hobolt, Sara (2016) The Brexit vote: a divided nation, a divided continent. Journal of European Public Policy, 23 (9). pp. 1259-1277. ISSN 1466-4429

Holman, Nancy (2014) Ben Clifford and Mark Tewdwr-Jones (2013), The Collaborating Planner?: Practitioners in the Neoliberal Age. Bristol: Policy Press. 288 pp., £70, hbk, 9781447305118. Journal of Social Policy, 43 (03). pp. 668-670. ISSN 0047-2794

Hood, Christopher, James, Oliver and Scott, Colin (2000) Regulation of government: has it increased, is it increasing, should it be diminished? Public Administration, 78 (2). pp. 283-304. ISSN 0033-3298

Hood, Christopher and Lodge, Martin (2006) From Sir Humphrey to Sir Nigel: what future for the public service bargain after Blairworld? Political Quarterly, 77 (3). pp. 360-368. ISSN 0032-3179

Hopkin, Jonathan (2001) Bringing the members back in? Democratizing candidate selection in Britain and Spain. Party Politics, 7 (3). pp. 343-361. ISSN 1460-3683

Hopkin, Jonathan (2009) Party matters: devolution and party politics in Britain and Spain. Party Politics, 15 (2). pp. 179-198. ISSN 1460-3683

Hopkin, Jonathan and Alexander Shaw, Kate (2016) Organized combat or structural advantage? The politics of inequality and the winner-take-all economy in the United Kingdom. Politics & Society, 44 (3). pp. 345-371. ISSN 0032-3292

Hopkin, Jonathan and Bradbury, Jonathan (2006) British statewide parties and multilevel politics. Publius: the Journal of Federalism, 36 (1). pp. 135-152. ISSN 0048-5950

Humphries, Barbara (2008) Book review: Labour and the countryside: the politics of rural Britain, 1918-1939 by Clare V. J. Griffiths. Labour History Review, 73 (3). p. 348. ISSN 1745-8188

Hyman, Richard (2016) Lo shock della Brexit. Rassegna Sindacale .

Ishkanian, Armine (2014) Neoliberalism and violence: the Big Society and the changing politics of domestic violence in England. Critical Social Policy, 34 (3). pp. 333-353. ISSN 0261-0183

Jaitman, Laura and Machin, Stephen (2013) Crime and immigration: new evidence from England and Wales. IZA Journal of Migration, 2 (1). p. 19. ISSN 2193-9039

Jones, Matthew and Young, John W. (2010) Polaris, East of Suez: British plans for a nuclear force in the Indo-Pacific, 1964–1968. Journal of Strategic Studies, 33 (6). pp. 847-870. ISSN 0140-2390

Kaye, Robert (2003) Special advisers within government. Times . ISSN 0140-0460

Kaye, Robert (2003) The role of the Hutton enquiry. Times . ISSN 0140-0460

Ker-Lindsay, James (2015) Britain, 'Brexit' and the Balkans. The RUSI Journal, 160 (5). pp. 24-29. ISSN 0307-1847

Kilpatrick, Claire (2003) Has New Labour reconfigured employment legislation? Industrial Law Journal, 32 (3). pp. 135-163. ISSN 0305-9332

Koch, Insa (2016) Bread and butter politics: democratic disenchantment and everyday politics on an English council estate. American Ethnologist, 43 (2). pp. 282-294. ISSN 0094-0496

Koch, Insa (2017) Brexit beyond culture wars. American Ethnologist, 44 (2). ISSN 0094-0496 (In Press)

Koch, Insa (2017) When politicians fail: zombie democracy and the anthropology of actually existing politics. Sociological Review . ISSN 0038-0261 (In Press)

Kurunmaki, Liisa, Mennicken, Andrea and Miller, Peter (2016) Quantifying, economising, and marketising: democratising the social sphere? Sociologie du Travail, 58 (4). pp. 390-402. ISSN 0038-0296

LSE GV314 Group, and Page, Edward C. (2011) Groups and the limited pluralism of the set-piece consultation. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 4 (1). pp. 175-186. ISSN 1369-1481

LSE GV314 Group, and Page, Edward C. (2012) New life at the top: special advisers in British government. The British Journal of Parliamentary affairs, 65 (4). pp. 715-732.

Lacey, Nicola (2014) Gouvernement-manageur et citoyens-consommateurs. Le cas du Criminal Justice Act 1991. Tracés, 2 (27). pp. 183-210.

Lacey, Nicola (2014) Justice redefined – or justice diluted? Family Law, 2014 (44). pp. 593-595. ISSN 0014-7281

Lane, David C., Munro, Eileen and Husemann, Elke (2016) Blending systems thinking approaches for organisational analysis: reviewing child protection in England. European Journal of Operational Research, 251 (2). pp. 613-623. ISSN 0377-2217

Larcinese, Valentino and Sircar, Indraneel (2017) Crime and punishment the British way: accountability channels following the MPs’ expenses scandal. European Journal of Political Economy, 47 . pp. 75-99. ISSN 0176-2680

Leunig, Tim (2012) The Liberal Democrats and supply-side economics. Economic Affairs, 32 (2). pp. 17-20. ISSN 0265-0665

Levy, Roger (2003) Book review: The long search for a third way: the British Labour Party and the Italian Left since 1945. Italian Politics and Society, 58 . pp. 39-40. ISSN 1497-0716

Lewis, Jane (2011) The search for coordination: the case of the central policy review staff and social policy planning, 1971-77. Social Policy and Administration, 45 (7). pp. 770-787. ISSN 0144-5596

Livingstone, Sonia, Lunt, Peter and Miller, Laura (2007) Citizens, consumers and the citizen-consumer: articulating the interests at stake in media and communications regulation. Discourse and Communication, 1 (1). pp. 85-111. ISSN 1750-4821

Lodge, Martin, Stirton, Lindsay and Moloney, Kim (2015) Whitehall in the Caribbean? The legacy of colonial administration for post-colonial democratic development. Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 53 (1). pp. 8-28. ISSN 1466-2043

Lodge, Martin and Wegrich, Kai (2014) Crowdsourcing and regulatory reviews: a new way of challenging red tape in British government? Regulation and Governance, 9 (1). pp. 30-46. ISSN 1748-5983

Lodge, Martin and Wegrich, Kai (2012) Public administration and executive politics: perennial questions in changing contexts. Public Policy and Administration, 27 (3). pp. 212-229. ISSN 0952-0767

Loughlin, Martin (2015) Burke on law, revolution and constitution / Burke su diritto, rivoluzione e costituzione. Journal of Constitutional History/ Giornale di Storia Costituzionale , N. 29 (1). pp. 49-60. ISSN 1593-0793

Loughlin, Martin (2006) Towards a republican revival? Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 26 (2). pp. 425-437. ISSN 0143-6503

Luckham, Robin and Kirk, Thomas (2013) The two faces of security in hybrid political orders: a framework for analysis and research. Stability: International Journal of Security and Development, 2 (2). ISSN 2165-2627

Ludlow, N. Piers (2012) The discomforts of life on the edge: Britain and Europe, 1963-1975. International Affairs, 88 (6). pp. 1331-1340. ISSN 1468-2346

Machin, Stephen, McNally, Sandra and Wyness, Gill (2013) Educational attainment across the UK nations: performance, inequality and evidence. Educational Research, 55 (2). pp. 139-164. ISSN 0013-1881

Macnicol, J.S. (2016) Raising state pension ages in the UK: a leap into the unknown. The Gerontologist, 56 (Sppl_3). p. 430. ISSN 0016-9013

Madeley, John (1982) A century of Norwegian conservatism. Parliamentary Affairs, xxxv (2). pp. 201-217. ISSN 0031-2290

Martin, Aaron K. and Whitley, Edgar A. (2007) Managing expectations of technological systems: a case study of a problematic government project. Spontaneous Generations, 1 (1). pp. 67-77. ISSN 1913‐0465

McClean, Tom (2010) Who pays the piper?: the political economy of freedom of information. Government Information Quarterly, 27 (4). pp. 392-400. ISSN 0740-624X

Milbourne, Linda and Cushman, Mike (2015) Complying, transforming or resisting in the new austerity?: realigning social welfare and independent action among English voluntary organisations. Journal of Social Policy, 44 (3). pp. 463-485. ISSN 0047-2794

Milbourne, Linda and Cushman, Mike (2013) From the third sector to the big society: how changing UK Government policies have eroded third sector trust. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organisations, 24 (2). pp. 485-508. ISSN 0957-8765

Mitchell, Paul (1991) Conflict regulation and party competition in Northern Ireland. European Journal of Political Research, 20 (1). pp. 67-92. ISSN 0304-4130

Mitchell, Paul (2014) The single transferable vote and ethnic conflict: the evidence from Northern Ireland. Electoral Studies, 33 (1). pp. 246-257. ISSN 0261-3794

Moloney, Niamh (2017) EU financial governance and Brexit: institutional change or business as usual? European Law Review, 42 (1). ISSN 0307-5400 (In Press)

Murphy, Michael (2016) The effect of long-term migration dynamics on population structure in England & Wales and Scotland. Population Studies, 70 (2). pp. 149-162. ISSN 0032-4728

Nathan, Max and Rosso, Anna (2015) Mapping digital businesses with big data: some early findings from the UK. Research Policy, 44 (9). pp. 1714-1733. ISSN 0048-7333

O'Brien, Patrick (2011) The nature and historical evolution of an exceptional fiscal state and its possible significance for the precocious commercialization and industrialization of the British economy from Cromwell to Nelson. The Economic History Review, 64 (2). pp. 408-446. ISSN 0013-0117

Oliver, Tim (2016) Book review: Britain's Europe: a thousand years of conflict and cooperation. By Brendan Simms. International Affairs, 92 (5). pp. 1273-1274. ISSN 00205850

Oliver, Tim (2005) Book review: J. Dickie, The New Mandarins and K. Theakston, British Foreign Secretaries since 1974. International Affairs, 81 (1). pp. 217-264. ISSN 0020-5850

Oliver, Tim (2016) Book review: This is London: life and death in the world city. By Ben Judah. International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944-), 92 (3). pp. 737-738. ISSN 0020-5850

Oliver, Tim (2007) Book review: Tony Blair and the ideal type, G.Grainger. Political Studies Review, 5 (2). pp. 269-273. ISSN 1478-9299

Oliver, Tim (2015) Europe's British question: the UK–EU relationship in a changing Europe and multipolar world. Global Society, 29 (3). pp. 409-426. ISSN 1360-0826

Oliver, Tim (2016) European and international views of Brexit. Journal of European Public Policy, 23 (9). pp. 1321-1328. ISSN 1350-1763

Oliver, Tim (2015) Facing Europe's British question. Queries Magazine (8). pp. 38-40. ISSN 2032-9113

Oliver, Tim (2017) Fifty shades of Brexit: Britain’s EU referendum and its implications for Europe and Britain. The International Spectator . ISSN 0393-2729

Oliver, Tim (2016) Goodbye Britannia? The international implications of Britain's vote to leave the EU. Geopolitics, History, and International Relations, 8 (2). pp. 214-233. ISSN 1948-9145

Oliver, Tim (2015) To be or not to be in Europe: is that the question? Britain's European question and an in/out referendum. International Affairs, 91 (1). pp. 77-91. ISSN 1468-2346

Oliver, Tim (2016) The coalition and Europe. Journal of Liberal History, 92 S . pp. 55-57.

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Piachaud, David (2012) Poverty and social protection in Britain: policy developments since 1997. Journal of Policy Practice, 11 (1-2). pp. 92-105. ISSN 1558-8742

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Platt, Lucinda (2003) Ethnicity and inequality: British children’s experience of means-tested benefits. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 34 (3). pp. 357-377. ISSN 0047-2328

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Platt, Lucinda, Sunkin, Maurice and Calvo, Kerman (2010) Judicial review litigation as an incentive to change in local authority public services in England and Wales. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 20 (Suppl2). i243-i260. ISSN 1053-1858

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Schelkle, Waltraud (2016) Introduction: up for grabs? Key issues in the negotiations about Britain's membership in the EU. The Political Quarterly, 87 (2). pp. 136-138. ISSN 0032-3179

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Sked, Alan (2015) The case for Brexit. The National Interest . ISSN 0884-9382

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Taylor, Paul (1991) British sovereignty and the European Community: what is at risk? Millennium - Journal of International Studies, 20 (1). pp. 73-80. ISSN 0305-8298

Thielemann, Eiko R. and Schade, Daniel (2016) Buying into myths: free movement of people and immigration. Political Quarterly, 87 (2). pp. 139-147. ISSN 1467-923X

Thornley, Andrew, Rydin, Yvonne, Scanlon, Kathleen and West, Karen (2005) Business privilege and the strategic planning agenda of the Greater London Authority. Urban Studies, 42 (11). pp. 1947-1968. ISSN 0042-0980

Travers, Tony (2009) Time for change?: electoral politics after the local and European elections. Public Policy Research, 16 (2). pp. 91-96. ISSN 1744-5396

Trench, Alan and Greer, Scott (2010) Intergovernmental relations and health in Great Britain after devolution. Policy and Politics, 38 (4). pp. 509-529. ISSN 0305-5736

Ullrich, Weston (2011) Preventing 'peace': the British Government and the Second World Peace Congress. Cold War History, 11 (3). pp. 341-360. ISSN 1468-2745

Vivyan, Nick, Wagner, Markus and Tarlov, Jessica (2012) Representative misconduct, voter perceptions and accountability: evidence from the 2009 House of Commons expenses scandal. Electoral Studies, 31 (4). pp. 750-763. ISSN 0261-3794

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Beckett, Charlie (2010) Labour lost, newspaper coverage of the 2010 general election. In: Kavanagh, Dennis and Cowley, Philip, (eds.) The British General Election of 2010. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230521896

Berlinski, Samuel, Dewan, Torun, Dowding, Keith and Subrahmanyam, Gita (2008) Choosing, moving and resigning at Westminster, UK. In: Dowding, Keith and Dumont, Patrick, (eds.) The Selection of Ministers in Europe: Hiring and Firing. Routledge advances in European politics. Routledge, Oxford, UK, pp. 58-78. ISBN 9780415430814

Boyce, Robert (2014) Tentatives de modernisation libérale et conservatrice en Grande Bretagne 1925 – 1935. In: Aglan, Alya, Margairaz, Michel and Verheyde, Philippe, (eds.) De la croissance à la crise (1925-1935) : le moment Tannery. Publications du Centre d'histoire économique internationale de l'Université de Genève (31). Droz, Geneva, Switzerland. ISBN 9782600018104

Conversi, Daniele (1996) Moral relativism and equidistance in British attitudes to the war in the former Yugoslavia. In: Meštrović, Stjepan Gabriel and Cushman, Thomas, (eds.) This Time We Knew: Western Responses to Genocide in Bosnia. New York University Press, New York, USA, pp. 244-281. ISBN 9780814715352

Davies, Howard (1990) Mrs Thatcher’s third term: Power to the people or camouflaged centralisation? In: Bennett, Robert J., (ed.) Decentralization, Local Governments and Markets : Towards a Post-Welfare Agenda. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 184-206. ISBN 0198286872

Dunleavy, Patrick (2016) ‘Big data’ and policy learning. In: Stoker, Gerry and Evans, Mark, (eds.) Evidence-based Policy Making in the Social Sciences: Methods That Matter. Policy Press, Bristol, UK. ISBN 9781447329374 (In Press)

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The British general election of 2010 and the advent of coalition government. In: Baldini, Gianfranco and Hopkin, Jonathan, (eds.) Coalition Britain: the UK Election of 2010. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719083693

Dunleavy, Patrick, Bastow, Simon, Tinkler, Jane, Goldchluck, Sofia and Towers, Ed (2010) Joining up citizen redress in UK central government. In: Adler, Michael, (ed.) Administrative Justice in Context. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 421-456. ISBN 9781841139289

Dunleavy, Patrick, Margetts, Helen, Smith, Trevor and Weir, Stuart (2001) Constitutional reform, New Labour in power and public trust in government. In: Dunleavy, Patrick, Margetts, Helen, Smith, Trevor and Weir, Stuart, (eds.) Voices of the People: Popular Attitudes to Democratic Renewal in Britain. Politicos Publishing, London, UK. ISBN 9781842750216

Evans, Mary (1999) The culture did it: comments on the 1997 general British election. In: Ray, Larry and Sayer, Andrew, (eds.) Culture and Economy After the Cultural Turn. Sage Publications, London, UK, pp. 229-245. ISBN 9780761958161

Exley, Sonia (2014) Think tanks and policy networks in English education. In: Hill, Michael, (ed.) Studying public policy: an international approach. Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 179-190. ISBN 9781447311072

Exley, Sonia and Ball, Stephen J. (2014) Neo-liberalism and English education. In: Turner, David and Yolcu, Hüseyin, (eds.) Neo-liberal educational reforms: a critical analysis. Routledge research in education. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415813952

Falkner, Robert (2013) The crisis of environmental multilateralism: a liberal response. In: Brack, Duncan, Burall, Paul, Stockley, Neil and Tuffrey, Mike, (eds.) The Green Book New Directions for Liberals in Government. Biteback Publishing, London, UK. ISBN 9781849544092

Featherstone, Kevin (2009) Britain and the dynamics of Europeanisation. In: Flinders, Matthew, Gamble, Andrew, Hay, Colin and Kenny, Michael, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of British Politics. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199230952

Featherstone, Kevin (1982) Recent changes in the Labour Party's constitution. In: Robins, Lynton, (ed.) Topics in British Politics. Politics Association, London, pp. 49-62. ISBN 0950339490

Glennerster, Howard (2015) The coalition and society (III): health and long-term care. In: Seldon, Anthony and Finn, Mike, (eds.) The Coalition Effect, 2010–2015. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 290-316. ISBN 9781107440180

Griffith, J. A. G. (1985) Foreword: half a century of municipal decline, 1935-1985. In: Loughlin, Martin, Gelfand, M. David and Young, Ken, (eds.) Half a Century of Municipal Decline, 1935-1985. Routledge library editions: the city. Allen & Unwin, London, UK. ISBN 9780043521205

Griffith, J. A. G. (1974) Government secrecy in the United Kingdom. In: Dorsen, Norman and Gillers, Stephen, (eds.) Government Secrecy in America: None of Your Business. The Viking Press, New York, USA, pp. 328-350. ISBN 670515000

Hall, Suzanne (2015) Designing public space in austerity Britain. In: Odgers, Juliet, McVicar, Mhairi and Kite, Stephen, (eds.) Economy and Architecture. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 226-236. ISBN 9781138025486

Hopkin, Jonathan (2005) I regno unito. In: Vassallo, S., (ed.) Sistemi Politici Comparati. Il Mulino, Bologna, Italy, pp. 127-154. ISBN 9788815107855

Hyman, Richard (2017) British trade unions and the ETUC. In: Ciampani, Andrea and Tilly, Pierre, (eds.) A Multilevel Social Relations History: Unions into ETUC and ETUC into European societies. ETUI aisbl, Brussels, Brussels, Belgium. (In Press)

Jackman, Richard and Savouri, Savvas (1999) Has Britain solved the "regional problem"? In: Gregg, Paul and Wadsworth, Jonathan, (eds.) The State of Working Britain. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 0719056462

Jones, George W. and Burnham, June (2000) The evolving Prime Minister's Office 1868-1977. In: Rhodes, R. A. W., (ed.) Transforming British Government. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 176-194. ISBN 9780333752418

Kelly, Paul (2012) Red or orange: The Big Society in the new Conservatism. In: Edwards, Jason, (ed.) Retrieving the Big Society. Political quarterly monograph series. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK, pp. 22-34. ISBN 9781118368787

Kendall, Jeremy and Almond, Stephen (1999) United Kingdom. In: Salamon, Lester M., (ed.) Global Civil Society, Dimensions of the Nonprofit Sector. John Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies, Baltimore, MD, pp. 179-199. ISBN 9781886333420

Ker-Lindsay, James (2015) The United Kingdom. In: Balfour, Rosa and Stratulat, Corina, (eds.) EU Member States and Enlargement Towards the Balkans. EPC issue paper(79). European Policy Centre, Brussels, Belgium, pp. 53-62.

Klug, Francesca (2012) The Human Rights Act: origins and intentions. In: Kang-Riou , Nicolas, Milner, Jo and Nayak, Suryia, (eds.) Confronting the Human Rights Act: Contemporary Themes and Perspectives. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Abingdon, UK, pp. 31-42. ISBN 9780415674706

Klug, Francesca (2011) New Labour and the distribution of power: constitutional reform, human rights and civil liberties. In: Diamond, Patrick and Kenny, Michael, (eds.) Reassessing New Labour: Market, State and Society Under Blair and Brown. Wiley-Blackwell , London, UK, pp. 78-95. ISBN 9781444351347

Larcinese, Valentino and Sircar, Indraneel (2014) Singing from the same broad sheet? Examining newspaper coverage bias during the 2009 MPs' expenses scandal. In: Van Heerde-Hudson, Jennifer, (ed.) The Political Costs of the 2009 British MPs’ Expenses Scandal. Palgrave Macmillan UK, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 153-174. ISBN 9781137034540

Leunig, Tim (2010) Post-world war II British railways: the unintended consequences of insufficient government intervention. In: Margetts, Helen, 6, Perri and Hood, Christopher, (eds.) Paradoxes of Modernization: Unintended Consequences of Public Policy Reform. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199573547

Lewis, Jane (2001) Women, men and the family. In: Seldon, Anthony, (ed.) The Blair Effect. Little, Brown and Company, London, pp. 489-506. ISBN 9780316856362

Lobban, Michael (2012) The politics of English law in the nineteenth century. In: Brand, Paul and Getzler, Joshua, (eds.) Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law and Civil Law: From Antiquity to Modern Times. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 102-137. ISBN 9781107018976

Loughlin, Martin and Viney, Cal (2015) The coalition and the constitution. In: Seldon, Anthony and Finn, Mike, (eds.) The Coalition Effect, 2010–2015. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 59-86. ISBN 9781107440180

Ludlow, N. Piers Avoiding marginalization: fear as a factor in Britain’s ‘Choice for Europe’, 1960-1973. In: Marès, Antoine and Rey, Marie-Pierre, (eds.) Mémoires et émotions: Au cœur des relations internationales. Histoire contemporaine . Publications de la Sorbonne, Paris, France. ISBN 9782859447946

Margetts, Helen and Dunleavy, Patrick (1999) Reforming the Westminster electoral system: evaluating the Jenkins commission proposals. In: Fisher, Justin, Cowley, Philip, Denver, David and Russell, Andrew, (eds.) British Elections and Parties Review. Cass, London, UK, pp. 46-71. ISBN 9780714650159

McQuarrie, Michael and Calhoun, Craig (2007) Public discourse and political experience: T.J. Wooler and transformations of the public sphere in early 19th century Britain. In: Benchimol, Alex and Maley, Willy, (eds.) Spheres of Influence: Intellectual and Cultural Publics From Shakespeare to Habermas. Peter Lang AG, Frankfurt, Germany, pp. 197-239. ISBN 9783039105397

Meyer, Henning (2007) Das Anglo-Sozialmodell in der britischen Realitaet: Dokumentation einer Tagung. In: Matern, Michael, (ed.) Sozialdemokratie und Der Europaeische Sozialstaat: ImpuLSE Aus Saar-Lor-Lux. Dialog(16). Stiftung Demokratie Saarland, Saarbruecken, Germany, pp. 25-38.

Meyer, Henning (2007) Il modello anglo-sociale: un alternativa originale piena di limiti. In: Ricceri, Marco, (ed.) Il Modello Sociale Europeo: Una Grande Sfida Aperta. Eurispes, Rome, Italy.

Mitchell, Paul (1999) Futures. In: Mitchell, Paul and Wilford, Rick, (eds.) Politics in Northern Ireland. Westview Press, Boulder, CO, pp. 265-285. ISBN 9780813335285

Mitchell, Paul (1999) The party system and party competition. In: Mitchell, Paul and Wilford, Rick, (eds.) Politics in Northern Ireland. Westview Press, Boulder, CO, pp. 91-116. ISBN 9780813335285

Mitchell, Paul and Gillespie, Gordon (1999) The electoral systems. In: Mitchell, Paul and Wilford, Rick, (eds.) Politics in Northern Ireland. Westview Press, Boulder, CO, pp. 60-90. ISBN 9780813335285

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2014) Unintended democracy: parliamentary reform in the UK. In: Grotke, Kelly L. and Prutsch, Markus J., (eds.) Constitutionalism, Legitimacy, and Power: Nineteenth-Century Experiences. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 351-370. ISBN 9780198723059

Nandi, Alita and Platt, Lucinda (2012) How diverse is the UK? In: McFall, Stephanie L., (ed.) Understanding Society: Findings 2012. Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, pp. 13-14. ISBN 9781858711638

Oliver, Tim (2014) Britain’s strategic culture in context: a typology of national security strategies. In: Edwards, Timothy, Gashkarth, Jamie and Porter, Robin, (eds.) British Foreign Policy and the National Interest Identity, Strategy and Security. Palgrave, London, UK. ISBN 9781137392343

Oliver, Tim (2016) What if Britain had voted to leave the EEC in 1975? In: Brack, Duncan and Dale, Iain, (eds.) Prime Minister Corbyn: and other things that never happened. Biteback Publishing, London, UK. ISBN 9781785900457

Reiner, Robert (2016) Conservatives and the Constabulary in Great Britain: cross-dressing conundrums. In: Deflem, Mathieu, (ed.) The Politics of Policing: Between Force and Legitimacy. Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance,21. Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK, pp. 79-96. ISBN 9781786350305

Reiner, Robert (2015) Power to the people? a social democratic critique of the coalition government’s police reforms. In: Lister, Stuart and Rowe, Michael, (eds.) Accountability of Policing. Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 132-149. ISBN 9780415715331

Reiner, Robert and Newburn, T. (2007) Crime and penal policy. In: Seldon, A., (ed.) Blair's Britain: 1997-2007. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 318-340. ISBN 9780521709460

Ruiz, Pollyanna (2005) Bridging the gap: from the margins to the mainstream. In: Jong, Wilma de, Shaw, Martin and Stammers, Neil, (eds.) Global Activism, Global Media. Pluto Press, London, pp. 194-207. ISBN 9780745321950

Scammell, Margaret (2012) Leaders on the campaign trail: the impact of television news on perceptions of party leaders in British general elections. In: Semetko, Holli and Scammell, Margaret, (eds.) The SAGE handbook of political communication. SAGE Publications, London, UK, pp. 378-386. ISBN 9781847874399

Scammell, Margaret (2001) The press disarmed. In: Butler, David and Kavanagh, Dennis, (eds.) The British General Election of 2001. Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire, UK, pp. 156-181. ISBN 9780333740323

Scammell, Margaret and Beckett, Charlie (2010) Labour no more: the press. In: Kavanagh, Dennis and Cowley, Philip, (eds.) The British General Election of 2010. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK, pp. 280-305. ISBN 9780230521902

Tambini, Damian (2009) Communications and media policy. In: Uberoi, Varun, Coutts, Adam, McLean, Iain and Halpern, David, (eds.) Options for a New Britain. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, pp. 252-266. ISBN 9780230574854

Taylor, Paul (1970) Britain, the Common Market and the forces of history. In: Kaplan, Morton A., (ed.) Great issues of international politics : the international system and national policy. Aldine, Chicago, US.

Taylor, Paul (2014) Commonwealth. In: Sperling, James, (ed.) Handbook of Governance and Security. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. ISBN 9781781953167

Taylor, Paul (2010) The Commonwealth and the EU. In: Mayall, James, (ed.) The Contemporary Commonwealth: an Assessment 1965-2009. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415482776

Taylor, Paul (1984) Prospects for the Commonwealth in the 1980s. In: Taylor, Paul and Groom, Arthur John Richard, (eds.) The Commonwealth in the 1980s: Challenges and Opportunities. Macmillan, London, UK. ISBN 0333300734

Travers, Tony (2004) Local government finance: busy going nowhere? In: Stoker, Gerry and Wilson, David, (eds.) British Local Government into the 21st Century. Government Beyond the Centre. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK. ISBN 9781403918727

Webb, Charlie (2013) Reasons for restitution. In: Elliott, Steven, Häcker, Birke and Mitchell, Charles, (eds.) Restitution of Overpaid Tax. Hart studies in private law. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 93-110. ISBN 9781849461733

Whitley, Edgar A., Martin, Aaron K. and Hosein, Gus (2014) From surveillance-by-design to privacy-by-design: evolving identity policy in the United Kingdom. In: Boersma, Kees, van Brakel, Rosamunde, Fonio, Chiara and Wagenaar, Pieter, (eds.) Histories of Surveillance in Europe and Beyond. Routledge studies in crime and society. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 205-219. ISBN 9780415829465

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Barr, Nicholas (2010) Hard choices in UK public policy: fees harm access – a case of pub economics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

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Barr, Nicholas (2011) The recommendations of the Hutton Report will protect workers and pensioners, but we must come to terms with retiring later. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

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Baston, Lewis (2011) Despite Labour’s convincing victory in the Feltham and Heston by-election, there is no strong trend in the party’s favour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2010) Do Turkeys vote for Christmas?: yes, when it comes to Liberal Democrat MPs and the boundary review for Westminster constituencies: Nick Clegg’s party will lose a fifth of all its MPs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2014) Five wards to watch out for overnight. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2014) In tomorrow’s 2014 local elections UKIP are likely to poll a lot of votes but win few seats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2013) There was more to George Galloway’s triumph in the Bradford West by-election than celebrity politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2011) The boundary commission for England has been unnecessarily radical in its proposals, often ignoring local government boundaries. New constituencies may lack community cohesion and local loyalty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2011) The proposed constituency boundary changes will hurt the Liberal Democrats and not help the Tories much either. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2012) The results of the Bradford West by-election indicate that something clearly went wrong with the Labour campaign, and that there is a political space for populists like Galloway. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

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Bastow, Simon (2010) Can Clarke square the circle of reforming criminal justice while also cutting costs by a quarter, by getting 20,000 people out of jail? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) Politics and pragmatics in managing the prison population. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) Step up Ken Clarke, pragmatist, cigar smoker, and prison reformer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2012) Suspending UK border security checks: how chronic capacity stress becomes crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) A note on electoral constituency boundaries. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

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Bear, Daniel (2011) The Home Office’s new online Crime Map is a step forward in providing the public with information, but it ignores the role of the police, oversimplifies vastly different types of offences and belies crime’s downward trend in recent years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

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Beckett, Charlie (2015) Did the right wing press defeat Miliband? no. [12 reasons and counting]. Polis blog (12 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2016) Don’t blame ‘the media’ for the state of the referendum campaign. LSE Brexit (23 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) Ed Miliband’s problem with the Sun (and the working classes in general). Polis blog (23 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) Election watch: media notes on #GE2015. Polis blog (05 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Election ‘10: the media matters but which media? British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) How Labour will win with old TV and new media (says Douglas Alexander). British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) How do you report a hung parliament? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Is this how history isn’t made? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Life’s not fair: the public’s perception of cuts is what matters in the end. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) A Newscorp takeover of BSkyB will not significantly shift media power: blocking the deal could set a poor precedent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Political communication in the age of austerity: unless you can claim genuine authenticity – like UKIP’s Nigel Farage – then you will struggle to convince. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 May 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Politics as theatre: now let the real drama begin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) The Prime Minister’s salary is the size of Wales. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Process not policy: has the media ignored the issues for the X factor? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Saturday’s demonstrations showed the media’s difficulties in reporting the issues and the actions of a small group of protesters at the same time. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) ‘Social Mobility’ is now nonsense – especially in a time of cuts and income reduction. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) TV is the new media for this election: connecting people & politicians. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Taming the feral beasts of the media requires greater transparency from government, but can Downing Street ever be honest? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) There is an immediate mess to be cleared up and then the BBC needs longer term restructuring. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) This election will be complex, simple, social. so how do we cover it? polis conference preview #polis2015. Polis blog (24 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Tonight a tv programme becomes the most important moment in British politics for 25 years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) What a mess. UK election 2015. Polis blog (06 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2014) What can we learn about getting people involved in politics from the Scottish referendum? (video). Polis blog (21 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) What we’ve learnt from a weird week in politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The art of the impossible: Cameron and the reshuffle. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The most stage-managed election campaign ever. Polis blog (23 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The nature of bearing witness: Sainte Chapelle, the Nazis and Palestine. Polis blog (24 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2015) The party’s started too early. Polis blog (05 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Bee, Cristiano (2014) Active citizenship policies under successive governments have not catered for society’s marginalised groups. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Beer, David (2017) Data-led politics: do analytics have the power that we are led to believe? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Beers, Laura (2012) Book review: intrinsically interesting to political historians: Britain’s Second Labour Government, 1929-31: a reappraisal. LSE Review of Books (20 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) Britain’s risky euro-out strategy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2016) Despite strong GDP data, it is difficult to ascertain what effect Brexit will really have on the economy. LSE Brexit (28 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) Lies, damned lies and statistics on the UK’s EU membership. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2016) Lies, damned lies and yet more misleading statistics on Europe. LSE Brexit (10 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2013) Margaret Thatcher maintained a difficult relationship with Europe, but she was far from a figurehead for Euroscepticism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) No movement in Brussels: Cameron needs to come up with another way to cut EU migration. LSE Brexit (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) ‘OK, David’ – No 10 will be quietly satisfied with Tusk’s initial response to Cameron’s renegotiation demands. LSE Brexit (07 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) Push or jump? Why the UK could be facing a ‘Brexpulsion’ rather than a ‘Brexit’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2015) What might Brexit look like? No one really knows. LSE Brexit (04 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2016) Why both sides of the UK’s debate are misleading the public on EU budget contributions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2016) The economics of Brexit: which side should we believe? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2016) The welfare state in Europe: still worth having? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Begg, Iain (2012) A well designed Europe-wide financial transactions tax could be a powerful source of revenue for the EU budget. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Beisbart, Claus and Bovens, Luc (2011) Equalising constituency sizes is likely to reduce the electoral bias in favour of Labour but only minimally so: much of the bias is likely to remain because it is due to other factors such as turnout and vote distribution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Bell, Brian (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: bankers’ bonuses. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Bell, Christine (2014) The Smith Commission must choose between a Union based on either separation or sharing. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Bell, Christine (2014) The changing relationship between England and Scotland could confuse equality provision north of the border. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Bell, Kate and Smerdon, Matthew (2011) Targets and tight budgets put pressure on the public’s relationship with public services. Government must take advantage of the ‘Deep Value’ of effective human relationships in service delivery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Bell, Kate and Strelitz, Jason (2011) Government focus on ‘the poor’ has failed to recognize that those above and below the poverty line have similar problems of low pay and inequality: tackling poverty means improving working conditions and job security for all. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Belling, Daniel (2016) ‘The alternatives are worse’ – the message that unites EU referendum campaigners. LSE Brexit (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Belotti, Alice (2016) Buying a house takes more than hard work and willpower – contrary to government belief. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Benedetto, Giacomo (2015) The CAP fits: why farmers want to stay in the EU. LSE Brexit (02 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Bennett, Chris and Viehoff, Daniel (2013) Prisoner voting for the final general election before release is a solution that balances concerns about democratic rights. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Benneworth, Paul (2011) The AHRC funding debate must now focus on what is really important: ensuring that academics retain the freedom to research for the good of society, and acknowledging the vast improvement that research councils have made in the last few years. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Benneworth, Paul (2013) Book review: The great university gamble: money, markets and the future of Higher Education. LSE Review of Books (05 Jun 2013) Blog Entry.

Benneworth, Paul (2012) England’s regional campaigners need a new message, not just new platforms to advocate elected regional assemblies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2012) 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.

Bentley, Daniel (2016) The more the State has withdrawn from housebuilding, the more it has found itself propping up the private market. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Bernal, Paul (2016) You can’t deny message encryption to some individuals without denying it to all. LSE Business Review (08 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Berry, Craig (2011) As UK society ages, ‘nudging’ older people to self-regulate the way they drive may improve road safety and improve their wellbeing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Berry, Craig (2014) Unless greater heed is paid to political economy, devolution could become a red herring of democratisation. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Berry, Craig and Berry, Richard (2013) Has the Office for Budget Responsibility achieved genuine independence from government? Democratic Audit Blog (21 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Berry, Mike (2016) Understanding the role of the mass media in the EU Referendum. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2014) 10 years after NHS Foundation Trusts were created, their democratic processes are failing. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2013) Book review: The great rivalry: Gladstone and Disraeli: a dual biography. LSE Review of Books (04 Sep 2013) Blog.

Berry, Richard (2014) Book review: Yes: the radical case for Scottish independence by James Foley and Pete Ramand. Democratic Audit Blog (04 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2014) Book review: devolution and localism in England by David M. Smith and Enid Wistrich. LSE Review of Books (05 Nov 2014) Blog.

Berry, Richard (2016) Book review: locating localism: statecraft, citizenship and democracy by Jane Wills. LSE Review of Books (03 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2015) Catch them while they’re registered: the case for voting at 16. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2013) England needs an integrated public services ombudsman, organised regionally. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2016) Heavy duty: what are the shortcomings of the BBC’s reporting of the EU? LSE Brexit (26 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2013) London and the South East feature disproportionately in parliamentary CVs. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2013) MPs are much less local than they would have us believe. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2014) NHS Foundation Trusts have been a source of democratic experimentation for the past decade. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2014) Parish councils can empower local communities, but we need more of them in cities. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard (2014) The use of the misleading ‘No Overall Control’ designation means some voters still don’t know who won their local election. Democratic Audit Blog (26 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard and Kippin, Sean (2013) Choosing the Speaker of the House of Commons: some proposals for change. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Berry, Richard and Mcdonnell, Anthony (2014) Highly educated young people are less likely to vote than older people with much lower levels of attainment. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Besimi, Fatmir (2016) The 2016 Enlargement Package: the EU must maintain its commitment to enlargement following Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Besley, Timothy (2011) Plan B is the wrong rhetoric, but the Treasury must spell out a strategic vision for the UK’s economic growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Bevan, Shaun and Greene, Zachary (2016) Setting the policy agenda: the role of economic context, parliamentary majority and party membership. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Bevan, Shaun and John, Peter (2016) More than just drama: the agenda of Prime Minister’s Questions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Bevington, Matthew (2016) Unrepresentative democracy and how to fix it: the case for a mixed electoral system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Bhattacharya, Aveek (2016) The government’s own numbers show that alcohol is under-taxed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Bhatti, Yosef, Hansen, Kasper M. and Wass, Hanna (2014) Electoral turnout for young people peaks immediately after their enfranchisement, then falls sharply. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Bichard, Michael (2011) In austere Britain, design has the potential to inspire innovation, improve quality, and encourage collaboration in public service provision. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Bickerton, Christopher (2016) What happens after Brexit is up to us. Why not open our borders to non-EU workers? LSE Brexit (25 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Bidé, Jasmina (2016) The EU referendum debate is targeting Central-Eastern European migrants. LSE Brexit (05 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Bilgiç, Abdurrahman (2016) Brexit Ambassador series: the view from Turkey. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Binder, David (2014) Whilst there’s a worthwhile debate to be had around welfare fraud, chasing ‘benefits cheats’ misses the bigger picture. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Bindler, Anna (2014) Leaving scars: How recessions produce career criminals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Birch, Sarah (2014) The traditional parties should be on their guard for a Green surge. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Birch, Sarah and Allen, Nicholas (2013) Britain’s poor view of politicians is more to do with their inability to answer a straight question than perceived corruption. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Bjork, Jim (2016) Don’t be deceived: referenda seldom tell us much about national identity. LSE Brexit (02 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Black, Julia, Woll, Cornelia, Hobolt, Sara, Wratil, Christopher, Moloney, Niamh, Schuster, Edmund-Philipp, Hübner, Danuta, Fankhauser, Samuel, Carvalho, Maria, Iammarino, Simona, Ascani, Andrea, Begg, Iain, de Grauwe, Paul, Travers, Tony and Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2017) LSE’s experts explain what awaits Britain and Europe ahead of Brexit. LSE Brexit (23 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Blake, Lily (2016) Beyond the binary: what might a multiple-choice EU referendum have looked like? Democratic Audit Blog (11 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Blake, Simon (2013) Two steps forward, three steps back – the current state of sex and relationships education in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2014) The Cabinet Manual is constitutionally problematic because it expresses only the Executive’s views. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2012) Constitutional issues could be more satisfactorily handled outside of the Parliamentary framework. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2015) Four options for configuring the British constitution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2011) Fox could have made Werrity a Special Adviser but he chose not to, thereby keeping his role informal and less constrained. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2013) The Government’s proposal for an ‘English only’ stage in the House of Commons could create problems. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2014) Magna Carta can still challenge the orthodoxy and help resolve today’s democratic difficulties. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2012) The controversy over Civil Service accountability is symptomatic of an unstable constitution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew and Jones, George W. (2011) Sir Gus O’Donnell’s coming departure as cabinet secretary and head of the civil service marks a reconfiguration at the centre of Whitehall that will enhance collective responsibility at the heart of government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew and Jones, George W. (2010) The UK premiership after the 2010 election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew and Kippin, Sean (2016) How Labour’s internal disputes threaten the functioning of our political system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Blitz, Brad (2014) Politicians are clearly misreading EU provisions regarding freedom of movement. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Bloch, Alice and McKay, Sonia (2015) On immigration, the proposals of both Labour and the Conservatives disappoint. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Bloch, Alice and McKay, Sonia (2015) On immigration, the proposals of both Labour and the Conservatives disappoint. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Bloom, Nicholas and Van Reenen, John (2015) Healthcare competition can improve management quality and save lives. LSE Business Review (25 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Focus on… London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack (2014) Avoiding talk of the deficit has been a systematic feature of Labour’s contribution to the economic debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack (2013) Book review: The rise and fall of radical Westminster 1780 – 1890 by Marc Baer. LSE Review of Books (04 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack (2015) Do party leader approval ratings predict election outcomes? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Eggers, Andy, Hangartner, Dominik and Hix, Simon (2013) If the European Parliament voting system were changed to an open-list system, many voters would switch their support from UKIP to the Conservative party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Focus on… the Midlands. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Focus on… the South West. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Focus on…Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Predicting the polls – April. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Predicting the polls – March. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Predicting the polls – March 17th. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan , Nick (2015) Four electoral records that might be broken in May. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack and Hix, Simon (2015) Britain’s evolving multi-party system(s). LSE General Election 2015 (30 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack and Hix, Simon (2014) Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hix, Simon, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) What would the election look like under PR? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack, Hix, Simon and Travers, Tony (2015) New electoral registration rules mean students are likely to be under-represented in the 2015 election. LSE General Election 2015 (02 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Blumenau, Jack and Travers, Tony (2015) Five minutes with Nicola Sturgeon: “minority government is perfectly capable of being stable government”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Boardman, Faith (2011) A year into the coalition, the new policy landscape means that local authorities and public services face greater risks and uncertainty, and will have to learn new skills in order to drive practical solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Boberg-Fazlic, Nina and Sharp, Paul (2016) Welfare budget lessons from Pre-Industrial England: why the ‘big society’ idea may not work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Bongardt, Annette and Torres, Francisco (2016) For the EU to work, outlying member states should opt for associative membership. LSE Brexit (15 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Bonney, Norman (2014) If implemented in full, the Smith Commission report will provide Scotland with a welcome range of new powers. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Bonney, Norman (2014) The Scottish Parliament should not have sovereign power because it serves the Scottish Government rather than holding it to account. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Bonney, Norman (2014) Since devolution, policymaking in Scotland has been profoundly conservative. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Bonney, Norman (2014) The Smith Commission must not ignore the status of state religion in Scotland. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Bonney, Norman (2014) What happens if Scotland votes ‘Yes’ in the independence referendum? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Bonney, Norman (2014) The dilemmas of the Scottish independence referendum for a unionist and secularist democrat. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Bonney, Norman (2014) The first draft of Scotland’s interim constitution does little justice to the magnitude of the changes envisaged. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Book Reviews, LSE (2014) Reading list: 3 books to read for the Liberal Democrat Party Conference 2014. LSE Review of Books (06 Oct 2014) Blog.

Book Reviews, LSE (2014) Reading list: 6 essential books on Scotland and the Scottish independence referendum. LSE Review of Books (10 Sep 2014) Blog.

Book Reviews, LSE (2014) Reading list: 6 key books to read for the Conservative Party Conference 2014. LSE Review of Books (29 Sep 2014) Blog.

Book Reviews, LSE (2014) Reading list: 6 key books to read for the Labour Party Conference 2014. LSE Review of Books (22 Sep 2014) Blog.

Bosco, Andrea (2017) June 1940: Britain’s forgotten attempt to build a European Union. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Bosswell, Christina and Hampshire, James (2017) Taking back control of ideas: How politicians can shape public debates on immigration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Bosworth, Mary (2014) Inside immigration detention centres: Uncoupling detention from a criminal justice imagination. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Boucoyannis, Deborah (2014) Contrary to popular and academic belief, Adam Smith did not accept inequality as a necessary trade-off for a more prosperous economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Francoise (2011) Alex Salmond would be wise to study Quebec’s travels down the road to independence. So far, that road has led nowhere. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Francoise (2012) David Cameron is applying lessons from his party's history in the Conservatives' 'Euro War'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Françoise (2010) The conservatives’ arguments against electoral reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

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.

Bowman, Ben (2015) Effective representation is key to getting young people to vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Boyle, Katie, Saunders, Ben and Lundberg, Thomas (2014) Scotland’s draft interim constitution: limiting or liberating? Democratic Audit Blog (19 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Bradford, Ben and Jackson, Jonathan (2011) Pourquoi les Britanniques ont confiance en leur police. La Vie des Idées (01 Mar 2011) Opinion Piece.

Bradley, Peter (2013) The lobbying bill risks gagging charities and campaign groups, while letting lobbyists of the hook. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Brandenburg, Heinz and Widfeldt, Anders (2014) While there are differences, there are also important similarities between the profiles of UKIP and BNP’s respective support bases. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Breckon, Jonathan (2015) Social scientists have a real opportunity to influence what politicians say in the run-up to the General Election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Brett, Will (2013) Tomorrow’s party: a bold new approach and meaningful engagement are required. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Brett, Will (2016) The people have spoken. Or have they? Doing referendums differently after the EU vote. LSE Brexit (01 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Brewer, John D. and Hayes, Bernadette C. (2016) The quality of mercy: how religion and ethno-nationalism influence attitudes towards amnesty in Northern Ireland. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) The EU deal: expert commentary. LSE Brexit (19 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) Referendum Night with the LSE. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) The UK renegotiation deal: what’s the verdict? LSE Brexit (02 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Brexit, LSE (2016) What now? Our guide to Britain’s future outside the EU. LSE Brexit (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Briggs, Jacqui (2014) Young women face gender-specific challenges that limit their political participation. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Brighton, Paul (2012) Book review: the Whitehall 'irregular': Samuel Brittan and the Department of Economic Affairs. LSE Review of Books (17 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Bristow, Jennie (2017) From Brexit to the pensions crisis, how did the Baby Boomers get the blame for everything? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Brock, Jason (2013) Book review: Portrait of a party: the Conservative Party in Britain, 1918-1945. LSE Review of Books (16 Aug 2013) Blog.

Bronk, Richard (2016) Let young people move: why any post-Brexit migration deal must safeguard youth mobility. LSE Brexit (19 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Bronk, Richard (2016) Letter to MPs from a Remain voter: a plea for realism, tolerance and honesty. LSE Brexit (29 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Brooker, Charlie (2015) Healthcare policy for those on probation operates on a wing and a prayer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Brooks, Thom (2011) The academic community agree that political campaign slogans such as the Big Society have no place in research council delivery plans: the AHRC must act now. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2012) 2012 may bring a reversal by the government on the deregulation of the UK’s media. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2017) Rupert Murdoch’s Sky bid: why Ofcom should review the deal. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2011) The US experience suggests that the government’s plans for local TV are unsustainable and will not lead to a new wave of locally based broadcasters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2016) Why the UK’s creative industries are better off in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2010) Can only front line service cuts save Defence expenditure? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2011) In its delivery of new aircraft carriers, the MoD has sacrificed short term affordability for long term value for money, a decision that may also leave the UK with a reduced defence capability. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2015) The Labour Party plans for ‘Progressive Internationalism’ if it returns to government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2010) Scrapping or replacing Trident? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2011) The Wikileaks saga has revealed a souring of the US/UK ‘special relationship’, and this foreign policy distance looks set to stay. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Stewart (2017) A weaker economic case, but a stronger political one – how Yes could win a second referendum in Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Brown, Stuart A. and Prelec, Tena (2016) Scenarios of a new UK-EU relationship: a ‘Bremain’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Brown Coverdale, Helen (2017) Prison doesn’t work: why don’t we care? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Buckley, Fiona (2013) How Ireland legislated for candidate sex quotas to increase women’s representation. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Bueltmann, Tanja (2017) Abused in the street, invited to a Brexit BBQ: the limbo of being German in the UK. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Bueltmann, Tanja (2017) Abused in the street, invited to a Brexit BBQ: the limbo of being German in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Buhr, Renee (2014) The political opportunity space has widened since David Cameron set out to ‘detoxify’ the Tories, aiding the rise of UKIP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Buller, Jim and James, Toby (2012) Measures of Prime Ministerial performance indicate Tony Blair was a great leader but voters do not seem to be assessing him as kindly. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Bunker, Kenneth (2011) Book review: how to tell your SMP from your PR in the debate on electoral reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Burchardt, Tania (2011) The coalition says its spending cuts will lead to a ‘fairer Britain’, but the evidence points to a widening inequality gap in coming years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Burdsey, Daniel (2012) Book review: sport and politics in modern Britain: the road to 2012. LSE Review of Books (21 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Burton, Guy (2011) Should the government decide to abstain from the UN vote on Palestinian statehood, it will serve to perpetuate a moribund peace process and further marginalise the UK in Middle Eastern affairs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Busch, Berthold, Diermeier, Matthias, Goecke, Henry and Hüther, Michael (2017) Not punishment or revenge, but stone-cold sober calculations: the EU will drive a hard bargain. LSE Brexit (29 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Busher, Joel (2015) Understanding the English Defence League: living on the front line of a ‘clash of civilisations’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Butcher, Jim (2017) Talk of a nonexistent ‘tide of hate’ against EU migrants does nothing to help their cause. LSE Brexit (17 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Butler, AM, Dame Rosemary (2014) Mentoring must play a central role in addressing the issue of gender inequality in public life. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Button, Beth (2016) Wake up, students – the freedoms you take for granted are under threat. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Byrne, Chris, Randall, Nick and Theakston, Kevin (2017) A disjunctive Prime Minister: assessing David Cameron’s legacy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Byrne, Christopher and Theakston, Kevin (2015) Leaving the House: the challenges former MPs face after leaving Parliament. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Cadywould, Charlie (2017) On the merits of the UK staying in Erasmus post-Brexit – and why the programme must look beyond university students. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (14 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Cadywould, Charlie (2016) There are sound practical reasons why free movement should accompany free trade. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Cadywould, Charlie (2017) Why the UK should stay in Erasmus – and why the programme must look beyond students. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Cairney, Paul (2014) The Scottish political system and policy process share the same ‘complex government’ features as any country. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Cairney, Paul (2013) The Scottish push towards local democracy carries potential unintended costs. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Cairney, Paul (2017) Second Scottish referendum: is independence now inevitable? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Cairney, Paul (2014) A guide to making a decision on how to vote in the Scottish Independence referendum. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Cake, Carey and Cooper, Kirstin (2011) Restorative approaches can make a difference in the relationship between local government bodies and the communities they serve. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Cameron, David (2015) “Dear Donald…” The text of David Cameron’s letter to Donald Tusk. LSE Brexit (10 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Cameron’s self-imposed isolation is of little surprise given the history of the UK’s troubled relationship with Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Coulson had to go: now the ethical dimension of political communication must be restored. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Did Britain’s right-wing newspapers win the election for the Tories? British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2014) Excessive media power in the UK necessitates a more efficient and potent regulatory system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2012) The Government’s recent sidelining of the House of Lords highlights the absolute irrelevance of the institution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) How far is too far in public-private cooperation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2015) Jeremy Corbyn is the New Left. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2012) Party financing scandals have created the perception that influence can be bought. Reforming the system is unlikely as both parties benefit from the status quo. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) There is a thin line between privacy and secrecy, and increasingly only the famous and wealthy can afford to have their privacy protected when it suits them: the UK needs a proper privacy law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Wapping-gate exposes serious questions about the ethics of UK journalism and the collusion of media, politics and security forces. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) Who is human and who is not? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Young people are being short-changed by political elites and the economic system: it is no wonder they are so angry. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) The coalition’s policy of forced labour for the unemployed is manifestly unfair, and will cost the state more. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2013) The conservatives are out of touch with the renewed politics of redistribution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2013) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2014) A constituency of fearful white voters has become central to the right-wing political discourse, leading to the tolerance of ‘banal’ racism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart, DeCillia, Brooks, Magalhães, João and Jiménez-Martínez, César (2016) When our watchdog becomes a bloodthirsty attackdog, be wary. openDemocracy UK (13 Jul 2016) Opinion Piece.

Cammaerts, Bart and Meng, Bingchun (2011) The government’s new Digital Economy Act will do little to prevent file sharing – the music industry must continue to innovate online if it is to survive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Campbell, Rosie and Childs, Sarah (2012) Quota rules would be more effective than proportional representation in moving towards greater gender equality in the Commons. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Campbell, Rosie, Childs, Sarah and Evans, Elizabeth (2012) Cameron’s (and politics’) ‘woman problem’ is not something to be ‘managed’ but to be solved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Campbell-Savours, Dale (2011) By so far refusing to negotiate meaningfully on reorganizing Westminster constituencies, the government is threatening its own AV referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Campbell-Savours, Dale (2011) The House of Lords amendment requiring that 40 per cent of people take part in the AV referendum is just the latest blow to the government's strategy of enacting constitutional change with no consensus and no evidence-base. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Campos, Nauro F. (2016) Football and Brexit: how freedom of movement has affected England’s chances of winning Euro 2016. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Campos, Nauro F. (2015) Why the UK will still be talking about a Brexit at the end of the next parliament. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Carmassi, Jacopo, Di Noia, Carmine and Micossi, Stefano (2013) The December 2012 agreement on EU bank supervision is a good first step towards an effective banking union. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Carmel, Emma (2017) Division, austerity, the gig economy: migration isn’t our biggest labour market problem. LSE Brexit (13 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Carmona, Matthew (2014) Local mixed streets are hugely complex, yet fundamental and inherently sustainable pieces of the city. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Carolan, Liz (2011) Improving your capacity to influence government policy: networking, presentation, and integrity. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Carr, Richard (2014) Cameron must learn from Merkel on the treatment of low-paid workers, the Financial Transaction Tax, and the banking system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Carr, Richard and Hart, Bradley (2014) The historic Conservative trend in favour of participation in the EU jars with contemporary political attitudes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Carr-West, Jonathan (2015) A road map for pluralistic and ‘asymmetric’ devolution in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) Making public sector pensions less generous. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2011) Unpacking the Hutton report recommendations: what the future holds for public sector pensions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Understanding public sector productivity – the LSE’s simple guide. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Carrol, Peter (2016) Book review: diaries: volume 5: outside, inside, 2003-2005 by Alastair Campbell. LSE Review of Books (29 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Carrol, Peter (2016) Book review: speaking out: lessons in life and politics by Ed Balls. LSE Review of Books (19 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Carter, Andrew (2015) Fiscal devolution to cities is critical for tackling the UK’s two-tier economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Cartwright, Laura (2016) The EU debate, young people, and the giant, neoliberal-shaped ‘elephant in the room’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Carvalho, Maria and Fankhauser, Samuel (2017) With or without you? Why the European Union’s climate targets will be harder to meet post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (16 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Cassen, Robert, McNally, Sandra and Vignoles, Anna (2015) Making a difference in education: What the evidence says. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Centre , for Macroeconomics (2016) The Brexit question will increase financial market volatility. LSE Business Review (29 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Centre for Economic Performance, LSE (2016) What are the UK’s options outside the European Union? LSE Brexit (15 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Cetrà, Daniel (2014) Spain is unlikely to veto an independent Scotland’s EU membership. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Chalmers, Damian, Hix, Simon and Hobolt, Sara (2013) Designing a new UK-EU relationship and how it could be achieved. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jun 2013) Blog Entry.

Chamon, Merijn and Van der Loo, Guillaume (2016) A Brexit could make it easier for Scotland to join the EU as an independent state. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Chaney, Paul (2013) Analysing party manifestos shows the extent of ethnic minority marginalisation in the UK’s electoral politics. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Chant, Sylvia (2011) The links between gender and poverty are over-simplified and under-problematised: a time of economic crisis is an opportune moment to re-think the ‘feminisation of poverty’ and address the ‘feminisation of responsibility’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Charle, Christophe (2017) Is history repeating itself? Nationalism in Europe and the breakdown of the old order. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Charles, Aurelie (2013) Book Review: Money for everyone: why we need a Citizen’s Income. LSE Review of Books (05 Dec 2013) Blog.

Charmley, John (2016) Trade is not – and never has been – the reason for the European Union’s existence. LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Cheshire, Paul (2014) Reshuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Cheshire, Paul (2014) Turning houses into gold: the failure of British planning. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Cheshire, Paul (2014) Where should we build on the Greenbelt? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Cheshire, Paul (2015) A real housing crisis but only fake solutions on offer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Childs, Sarah and Evans, Elizabeth (2012) The revived debate on abortion is not simply dog whistle politics, but a threat to women’s rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Childs, Sarah and Malley, Rosa (2011) Reforming when MPs work is not about making their lives easier, but ensuring the most effective balance between constituency and Parliamentary time. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Chopin, Thierry (2015) The UK’s renegotiation: what a fair deal between London and its European partners might look like. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) No matter the outcome of the phone hacking scandal, there will always be a deep seated relationship between politicians and the press, which will be very difficult to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) Oliver Letwin’s dumping of personal documents reminds us that the Data Protection Act is there to protect all of us. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) Rather than simply reading the rioters the Riot Act, we must ensure that lessons are learned from this week’s violence. A credible enquiry is essential. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Chowdry, Haroon, Dearden, Lorraine and Jin, Wenchao Michelle (2012) Reforms to higher education finance: the main ‘winner’ from the reforms is the taxpayer while the main ‘loser’ is the average graduate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Christensen, Pia, Kraftl, Peter, Horton, John and Hadfield-Hill , Sophie (2013) Large-scale housing in the UK: learning the lessons of the (recent) past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Christiansen, Karin (2014) The increasing influence of unaccountable forces on politics has led to a crisis of identity. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Clark, Alistair (2011) STV in Scotland shows us that voters can adapt to preferential voting systems – but political parties may take longer to fully grasp the new system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Clark, Alistair (2012) Scottish local elections in 2012 show that voters have understood the STV system and are not put-off by it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Clark, Michael and Cornes, Michelle (2015) Promoting ‘communities of practice’ can help to better support people experiencing multiple-exclusion homelessness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Clark, Peder (2013) The implications of Scotland’s independence referendum – for Cornwall. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Clarke, Harold D., Goodwin, Matthew and Whiteley, Paul (2016) Leave was always in the lead: why the polls got the referendum result wrong. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Clarke, John (2014) Talking about imagined economies points to how different imaginaries circulate and offer competing visions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Clements, Ben (2015) Britain and the bomb: Surveying party supporters’ attitudes on the nuclear weapons debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Clements, Ben, Lynch, Philip and Whitaker, Richard (2013) The low salience of European integration for British voters means that UKIP will have to expand their platform to gain more support. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Mar 2013) Blog Entry.

Clifton, Jonathan (2011) Gove’s insistence on good degrees won’t be enough to drive up teaching standards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Clifton, Judith (2015) Straitjacketing the state: Local and national governments have lost power over specific areas of public service governance to Brussels. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey, Greengross, Sally, Lexden, Alistair, Norton, Philip, Parekh, Bhikhu and Tyler, Paul (2014) The Government needs to take steps to increase participation in elections by British expatriates. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Close, Caroline and Núñez, Lidia (2016) Reluctant elites: democratic innovations are popular – but rare. Brexit shows why. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Cochrane, Allan (2016) Thinking in and beyond the market: housing, planning, and the state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Cockell, Merrick (2012) A more direct way of connecting places and Parliament is needed in order for service delivery to move into the 21st century. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Codogno, Lorenzo (2016) Brexit poses serious political ramifications for the rest of the EU. LSE Brexit (05 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Codogno, Lorenzo (2016) The long-term economic implications of a Brexit might not be as negative as many studies suggest. LSE Brexit (16 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Coelho, Miguel (2015) Understanding the institutional roots of persistent policy problems in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Cohen, Gidon (2015) Britain’s voting system is partially responsible for holding back women’s representation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Cohen, Gidon (2015) The North East – continued Labour domination? British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Colantonio, Andrea and Dixon, Tim (2011) By making ‘local’ and ‘more inclusive’ the focal point of our policies, we can achieve lasting social sustainability in our communities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Cole, Matt (2011) Nick Clegg’s performance at the Liberal Democrat party conference proves that he has won the match for now, but for this ‘government of two halves’, the season is a long one. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Cole, Matthew R. (2012) Little boy Clegg spots a gap in the coalition emperor’s new clothes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Cole, Matthew R. (2011) Today’s action is the largest since the General Strike: but unlike previous strikes, the public are ambivalent about the unions’ actions and negative about the government’s handling. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Cole, Michael (2014) The 2011 Welsh General Election: an analysis of the latest staging post in the maturing of Welsh Politics. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Cole, Thomas (2016) What Michel Barnier’s October 2018 timeline means for the Brexit negotiations. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Coleman, Anna and Dhesi, Surindar (2014) Health and wellbeing boards differ in their levels of transparency, involvement and modes of operation. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Coleman, Stephen, Anstead, Nick, Blumler, Jay G, Moss, Giles and Homer, Matt (2016) “What is a referendum?” How we might open up pre-vote TV debates to genuine public scrutiny. LSE Brexit (15 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Collins, John (2012) Adding nuance to drug control: Britain shouldn’t be afraid to move away from the flailing international drug regime. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Collins, John (2014) The Home Office report on drugs is emblematic of the global shift towards re-evaluating current drug policiese. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Comerford, David (2014) The costs of a border between an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK is estimated at 5.5% of Scotland’s GDP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Conroy, Amanda (2012) Slammed by government cuts and sidelined by the occupy movements, women face an uphill battle to challenge patriarchy in 2012. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Consterdine, Erica (2016) All bark and no bite: why EU temporary migration programmes have failed to live up to their promise. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Convery, Alan (2012) The Prime Minister has no Scottish strategy and is at the mercy of events. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Cooper, Davina (2016) How a referendum might actually support democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Cooper, Ian (2016) How the ‘red card’ system could increase the power of national parliaments within the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Cooper, Zack (2010) Hard choices: the general election and the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Copson, Andrew (2011) Bishops are symbols of religious privilege and discrimination. There is no place for them in a reformed House of Lords. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne (2016) Brexit was a huge shock for universities. Now we must regroup and deepen our European links. LSE Brexit (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne (2016) But we can’t do it alone: the future of British universities post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (21 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne (2015) Commission hearing: just how much do British universities need the EU? LSE Brexit blog (22 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Corbett, Anne and Gordon, Claire E (2017) The university challenge: what would an Intelligent Brexit look like? LSE Brexit (02 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Corry, Olaf (2014) Lost legacy: How 1989 marked the rise of environmental politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Costa-Font, Joan (2014) Given that obesity produces significant social costs, public health authorities need to be far more pro-active in designing interventions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Costa-i-Font, Joan (2012) The centralisation of education funding and the new health reforms are inconsistent with localism and accountable government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Costas, Milas (2016) Brexit is already affecting the economy – despite the short-term fluctuations of the stock market. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: everyday life in British government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: saving the ‘Celtic Tiger’ from extinction. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: strikes and stagflation see a return to 1970s Britain... but no space hoppers this time around. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: the Cameron Clegg Government: coalition politics in an age of austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: the Conservative party from Thatcher to Cameron. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2016) City of London beware: the perils of leaving the single market. LSE Brexit (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2014) Labour and the trade unions: lessons from New Labour. Insight Plus Blog (27 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2015) Labour and the unions: the awkward couple. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2015) Poking the beehive: at the cost of upsetting industrial relations, the Trade Union Bill will provoke further political strife within Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2015) Reforming UK labour regulation – in or out of the EU – would be hard work. LSE Brexit (21 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Courtney , Steven J, McGinity, Ruth, Jones, Steven, Hindle , Robert, Rayner, Stephen M and Hughes , Belinda (2017) A response to the House of Commons Education Committee report on Multi-Academy Trusts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Cowling, Marc (2015) What really happens to smaller businesses in a global financial crisis? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Cowls, Josh (2014) We are entering an era in which multi-party coalitions are the norm rather than the exception. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Cowls, Josh (2014) The ‘Yes’ camp has its work cut out if it’s going to persuade Labour affiliates to vote for Scottish independence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Cowman, Krista (2012) Book review: history, heritage and tradition in contemporary British politics. LSE Review of Books (31 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Cox, Ed (2011) BAE job losses highlight the weaknesses of the coalition’s growth strategy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Cox, Ed (2015) Evolution or revolution: Spending Review implications for local government and the Northern Powerhouse. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Coyle, Diane (2014) Five minutes with Diane Coyle: “The BBC needs to stay independent and accountable to the people who pay for it”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Craig, Malcolm (2016) Explaining Obama’s intervention: why an EU without Britain would be the worst of all worlds for the United States. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Craig, Martin (2014) New tensions and directions in Britain’s post-2008 industrial policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Cram, Laura and Llewellyn, Clare (2016) If Twitter is the medium of the underdog, are the ‘reluctant Remainers’ poised to bite? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2011) Cameron’s pandering to euroscepticism and the illusionary ‘national interest’ is a failure of leadership and leaves Britain in a lose-lose situation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2012) Labour has a problem that is rooted in the blatant weaknesses of Britain’s democratic system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Charles (2011) Book review: why I’m right… and everyone else is wrong, by Tom Harris MP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Creedon, Rory (2012) Book review: in defence of politicians (in spite of themselves) by Peter Riddell. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Crescenzi, Riccardo and Giua, Mara (2016) UK’s less developed regions stand to suffer most when top-down EU funding is gone. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Crescenzi, Riccardo, Holman, Nancy and Orrù, Enrico (2016) From brain drain to brain circulation: how labour mobility can help less developed European regions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2013) Book review: Justifying New Labour policy. LSE Review of Books (14 May 2013) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2013) The Coalition Government’s rhetoric promotes individualism and seeks to reduce the role of the state. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2012) The Conservatives in coalition: "how the Tories are opposing Miliband’s Labour Party". British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2012) The London Mayoral election will be won by the most effective orator – and this currently favours Boris Johnson. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2017) So MPs have backed the Article 50 bill – what happens now? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew S. (2013) Book Review: The dictionary of conservative quotations. LSE Review of Books (06 Dec 2013) Blog.

Crines, Andrew S. (2014) If they want to prove to voters that they are ‘just like us’,politicians must embrace their flaws. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew Scott (2014) Parliamentary language should be updated, but the modernisation of our political institutions mustn’t stop there. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Crone, Stephen (2011) Concerns about objectivity mean that there needs to be much more scrutiny of external appointments to government departmental boards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Crone, Stephen (2011) Contrary to recent assertions, the British political class is not becoming more exclusive to public school and Oxbridge types, but there has still been a remarkable resilience in the presence of the privileged in the post-war period. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

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.

Crosby, Liam (2014) People want to work: providing tailored support, rather than extra responsibilities, is key. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Crosby, Liam (2013) The Prime Minister has the opportunity to lead on international development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Crossley, Stephen (2016) The trouble with the Troubled Families Programme – repeating the failed attempts of the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Crowe, Brian (2016) Diplomacy post-Brexit: the UK sidelined and Nato damaged. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Cruickshank, Troy (2014) Levels of economic optimism are a key factor in determining voter turnout. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Csaky, Zselyke (2016) Central Europe could be the region most damaged by Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Cullinane, Carl (2017) Comprehensive in name only: social selectivity and school places. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Cullinane, Carl (2016) The Democratic Dashboard: A digital resource for engaging voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Cullinane, Carl (2014) Final Scottish referendum analysis: How the vote might play out. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Cullinane, Carl (2015) Introducing the Democratic Dashboard. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Cullinane, Carl (2014) Whither the Union? Scotland’s voice prompts more questions than answers. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Curchin, Katherine (2016) Beyond nudging: it’s time for a second generation of behaviourally-informed social policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Curtice, John (2015) The 2015 election could reignite the debate about electoral reform in Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Curtice, John (2015) Rules and practices of political opinion polls. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Curtice, John, Boyle, Katie, Tierney, Stephen and Douglas-Scott, Sionaidh (2014) The vow delivered? Experts respond to the publication of the Smith Commission’s recommendations. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Cutts, David, Fieldhouse, Ed, Fisher, Justin, Johnston, Ron and Pattie, Charles (2015) Contact matters: voters like to be asked personally for their support. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

D'Arcy, Conor (2014) The UK’s surge in self-employment brings with it increased financial insecurity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Daddow, Oliver (2016) Project Fear is the legacy of decades of Euroscepticism. Dare Cameron make a positive case for the EU? LSE Brexit (09 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Daddow, Oliver and Oliver, Tim (2016) A not so awkward partner: the UK has been a champion of many causes in the EU. LSE Brexit (15 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Damant, Jacqueline (2015) Digital Britain: We must do more to make technology accessible to older people. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Danielsson, Jon, Macrae, Robert and Zigrand, Jean-Pierre (2016) On the financial market consequences of Brexit. VoxEU.org (24 Jun 2016) Opinion Piece.

Dassonneville, Ruth and Dejaeghere, Yves (2014) When voters with high political knowledge change their votes, it is usually to ideologically similar parties. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book Review: Don’t take no for an answer: the 2011 referendum and the future of electoral reform by Lewis Baston and Ken Ritchie. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book Review: The politics of urban governance by Jon Pierre. LSE Review of Books (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book review: how do we inspire political interest in the British public? A study of the 2011 AV Referendum. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2012) Blog Entry.

David-Barrett, Liz (2011) All too often the revolving door between business and government can lead to ethical conflicts. A new statutory body to rule on appointments is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Davidson, Neil (2014) Neil Davidson on the Radical Independence Campaign: “The basic programme is to roll back neoliberalism”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Davies, Ben (2011) Book review: ages of reform: dawns and downfalls of the British Left. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Davies, Philip HJ (2016) UK security will both gain and suffer from Brexit. The EU will only lose. LSE Brexit (07 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Davies, Simon, Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) How academic research has impact – but not always what the Minister wanted: the story of the LSE Identity Project. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Davis, Will (2014) How ‘competitiveness’ became one of the great unquestioned virtues of contemporary culture. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Dawson, Barnaby (2011) A new Facebook app lets you test-drive the Alternative Vote, and aims to show young voters that voting for change in the May referendum makes sense. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

De Vries, Catherine (2016) Could Brexit be a unifying moment for Europe? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

DeCillia, Brooks (2016) From “Watchdog” to “Attackdog”: Media depictions of Jeremy Corbyn are an affront to democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Defty, Andrew (2013) Having security chiefs give evidence to Parliament is progress, but future sessions must dig deeper. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Defty, Andrew (2014) If the Intelligence and Security Committee is to be an effective scrutineer, it must be able to rely on the accuracy of the information provided by the security services. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Defty, Andrew (2014) Recent events at the Intelligence and Security Committee make it increasingly difficult to justify the current arrangements for scrutinising the security services. Democratic Audit Blog (30 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Degerman, Dan (2014) 16 and 17 year olds are not fully autonomous, and therefore should not be allowed to vote. Democratic Audit Blog (22 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Dellepiane, Sebastian (2015) The clash of economic ideas: the striking resilience of expansionary austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Dellot, Benedict (2012) Civil servants are leaving the public sector in droves, highlighting the increasingly troublesome relationship between the executive and the ‘machinery of government’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Den Haan, Wouter J., Ellison, Martin, Ilzetzki, Ethan, McMahon, Michael and Reis, Ricardo (2016) A vote to leave will increase financial market volatility. LSE Brexit (02 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Den Haan, Wouter J., Ilzetzki, Ethan, Ellison, Martin and McMahon, Michael (2016) Brexit and the economy: are economists out of touch with voters and politicians? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2014) Carswell’s defection to UKIP will harm Cameron because it was based on principle, but don’t expect other Eurosceptics to follow. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2015) The EU referendum in Northern Ireland: good Europeans or sectarian politics as usual? LSE Brexit (12 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2015) From Devo-max to West Lothian-Max. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2015) Green Party voters look like Lib Dems, think like Labour voters and are as dissatisfied as ‘Kippers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2015) A Lib-Lab coalition is perfectly possible – with the SNP as the silent partner. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2015) A Lib-Lab coalition is perfectly possible – with the SNP as the silent partner. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2015) The Loser Takes It All – The SNP after the referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2014) Though the Green Party’s popularity may continue to rise, it is too ideological to become a ‘UKIP of the Left’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James (2016) A long time coming: Brexit and what happens next. LSE Brexit (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James and Brito Bastos, Filipe (2015) How Portugal’s election resembled the UK’s general election and what both contests indicate about European politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Dennison, James and Carl, Noah (2016) The ultimate causes of Brexit: history, culture, and geography. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Denny, Emilly St (2014) The prevention agenda in Scotland is a worthy initiative, but the tensions inherent in its execution may yet undermine it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Denny, Emily (2016) What does it mean for public policy to be ‘Made in Wales’? British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Dermott, Esther (2015) The evolution of gender and poverty in Britain: solo-living men are emerging as a new poor group. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Derounian, James (2011) Parish, town and community councils are genuinely democratic vehicles for translating fine words about localism into reality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Derounian, James (2016) This green and neglected land – how the National Planning Policy Framework fails to meet the needs of communities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Devanny, Joe (2016) Long read review: politics: between the extremes by Nick Clegg. LSE Review of Books (03 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Devanny, Joe (2016) Politics: Between the Extremes by Nick Clegg. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Dewan, Torun (2011) Fox’s delayed decision to jump reflects his ‘first offence’ status – and perhaps Cameron’s anxiety not to deplete the Cabinet’s ‘talent pool’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati (2015) Book Review: After the storm: the world economy and Britain’s economic future by Vince Cable. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati (2016) The EU referendum has already hit the UK economy – here’s how it could recover after a remain vote. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati (2016) Minor relaxations of immigration policy will not make up for the economic impacts of a Brexit in the UK or India. South Asia @ LSE (21 Jun 2016) Blog.

Dhingra, Swati (2016) Scenarios of a new UK-EU relationship: a ‘soft’ Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati (2016) The ‘leave’ campaigns are ignoring the last 40 years of economic data. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati, Ottaviano, Gianmarco and Sampson, Thomas (2015) Should we stay or should we go? The economic consequences of leaving the EU. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati, Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P., Sampson, Thomas and Van Reenen, John (2016) Did the Treasury get it right? Putting a figure on the cost of a Brexit. LSE Brexit (22 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati and Sampson, Thomas (2016) What kind of relationship with the EU is best for the UK economy post-Brexit? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Dhingra, Swati, Van Reenen, John, Sampson, Thomas and Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P. (2016) The cost of Brexit to trade? At least £850 per household, per year. LSE Brexit (19 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Di Cataldo, Marco (2016) Poorer UK regions have benefited from EU Cohesion Policy and would lose out from Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Di Massa, Elettra, Von Oosterhout, Sjoukje, Jokinen, Olli and Stratton, Hugo (2017) LSE students write: young people deserve a say on the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (06 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Dijkstra, Hylke (2016) How can we avoid Britain being cut out of the EU’s foreign policy negotiations? LSE Brexit (20 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Dimitrakopoulos, Dionyssis G. (2016) A vote to Leave is a vote to cut migration, no matter what liberal Brexiteers would like to think. LSE Brexit (02 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dixon, Anna (2012) The Health and Social Care Bill is now law, but its implementation will be fraught with challenges. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Dixon, Arthur, Hood, Christopher and Travers, Tony (2015) The evidence paradox – or when is a series not a series? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Djankov, Simeon (2016) Is red tape a reason to quit the EU? Hardly. LSE Brexit (08 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Djankov, Simeon (2016) What Donald Trump could do to ‘make America great again’ without destroying free trade. LSE Business Review (10 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Djankov, Simeon (2017) The biggest threat to the City of London is now uncertainty. LSE Brexit (20 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Doane, Deborah (2011) The huge success of Fairtrade products in the UK represents a grass-roots response to market failure, but the ethical label must not be afraid to ask for more policy changes that would benefit all. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Dobbernack, Jan, Meer, Nasar and Modood, Tariq (2014) Muslim civil society organisations in Britain negotiate accusations of sectarianism when they engage in democratic politics. Democratic Audit Blog (01 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Dobrescu, Madalina (2016) Brexit is likely to hinder Britain’s national security strategy. LSE Brexit (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Doebler, Stefanie (2016) The relationship between religion and racism: the evidence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Doig, Alan (2014) After the government’s reforms, local authorities now have less capacity to detect and investigate instances of misconduct in public life. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Doig, Alan (2014) The Committee on Standards in Public Life has proven itself ineffective in safeguarding ethical standards across local government. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Dolan, Paul (2015) Happiness research draws our attention to both structure and agency. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2011) Budget 2011: A budget lacking in ambition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2011) If the economic outlook continues to worsen, George Osborne will have to relax the pace of deficit reduction and take measures to increase demand in the economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2011) With an easing of fiscal policy off the cards, George Osborne’s only hope for growth may lie with another round of quantitative easing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Dommett, Katharine (2012) The Tories have dominated the policy agenda and delivered on their ideology much more successfully than the Lib Dems in coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Donnelly, Brendan (2016) Ever Closer Union — neither a goal nor an aspiration, but a process. LSE Brexit (04 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Donnelly, Brendan (2016) Troubles redux: Brexit would put the Good Friday Agreement in jeopardy. LSE Brexit (28 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Dorey, Pete (2013) Britain’s relationship with Europe could bring about the downfall of David Cameron. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Dorey, Pete (2015) Voter dealignment, disillusion and the implications for the May 2015 election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Dorey, Peter and Denham, Andrew (2016) Entirely as expected? What the voting data tells us about Corbyn’s re-election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Dorling, Danny, Stuart, Ben and Stubbs, Joshua (2016) Don’t mention this around the Christmas table: Brexit, inequality and the demographic divide. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Dorman, Andrew (2014) The capabilities of Britain’s armed forces may not be diminishing as starkly as the numbers might suggest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Dorman, Andrew M (2016) The UK Defence Review recognises the immediate risks yet provides solutions that are years away. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Downing, Joseph (2016) Applying for post-doc funding? LSE Careers Blog (18 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Downing, Joseph (2016) The role of freedom of movement in facilitating terrorism is far more complex than it may seem. LSE Brexit blog (24 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Draca, Mirko (2011) For a working lobbyist, a connection to a UK Cabinet Minister could be worth up to £112,000 a year. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Draca, Mirko (2012) If the government is serious about addressing the role of money and lobbying in UK politics, it has to go far beyond the proposed Statutory Register of Lobbyists. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Drake, Helen (2015) Cut off: what leaving the EU would mean for university culture. LSE Brexit (09 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Drake, Helen (2017) May’s ‘Global Britain’: the decline and fall of European Studies. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Duff, Andrew (2014) Why David Cameron’s ‘red card’ plan for national parliaments won’t work. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Duff, Andrew (2013) Why the Dutch version of the balance of competence review will not please the Brits. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Dumbrell, John (2012) David Cameron, Barack Obama and the US-UK ‘special relationship’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) 2010 election analysis – nobody has won in terms of votes, but the last-minute momentum was to Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The AV referendum could still let voters choose between Australian AV and the London form of AV. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Book review: ready for the referendum?: an essential guide to electoral reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2016) Brexit shows (again) why we must overhaul the way the Commons is elected. LSE Brexit (26 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) David Cameron is running a ‘ring-donut’ government with a weak centre. His feeble grip on policy coordination suggests a failure of statecraft. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) Debating Scotland’s transition costs: a response to Iain McLean’s critique. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2016) Epitaph for a political chancer: Cameron’s fate examplifies the inability of UK elites to resolve long-run crises. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2016) Epitaph for a political chancer: Cameron’s fate exemplifies the inability of UK elites to resolve long-run crises. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Falling back on the (nation) state – and hating it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Fixed term parliaments are a mirage – it’s all downhill from now to a June 2014 general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Gauging the time lags in Whitehall’s responses to modern digital processes suggests an enduring problem with organizational culture in the civil service. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hating the state – and exploiting the shock. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hung parliament scenarios factoring in more liberal democrat MPs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The Joint Committee report on reform of the House of Lords is mostly headed for the dustbin of history – because this mess of arcane proposals cannot be sold to voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Latest state of the race for polling day, Thursday May 6. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The Parliamentary arithmetic shows that the Cameron-Clegg coalition is almost immune to rebellions – it will last five years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2014) Political and constitutional turbulence in the UK looks set to continue to 2020. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The Research Excellence Framework is lumbering and expensive: for a fraction of the cost, a digital census of academic research would create unrivalled and genuine information about UK universities’ research performance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) Three more years of Cameron – but it will be a rocky road ahead. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) The UK election spells the end for the biggest ‘law’ in political science. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The UK’s political climate remains volatile: but the Liberal Democrats’ immediate prospects look grim, whatever happens. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The Westminster Model strikes back, both in Britain and in Canada … but pressures for multi-party politics are still increasing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Why AV does not necessarily produce more coalition governments: nor does it help small parties to win more seats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Why all MPs should support reforming the electoral system: it is a key step in restoring their own legitimacy with the public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) Why the 2015 UK election spells the bitter end for the biggest ‘law’ in political science. USApp– American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) Why the 2015 UK election spells the bitter end for the biggest ‘law’ in political science. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The anatomy of a service delivery disaster: how the UK’s tax agency goofed up. And what it means to one of their ‘customers'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The condition of the parties – focus on 34 per cent, not 40 per cent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The distribution of power across parties in parliament. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The government’s approach to reforming the House of Lords is 80 per cent of the way there. Nick Clegg needs to take courage and to go the rest of the way to a more democratic and coherent, wholly elected Senate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2015) The remaking of a Euro Brit? Unless many more UK voters express positive support for things European, a ‘spiral of silence’ could yet undermine the campaign to stay in. LSE Brexit (03 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) A shallow or a deeply Hung Parliament? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The vulnerability of the British state – deeper lessons from the urban riots. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Carrera, Leandro N. (2011) Government productivity in UK social security has not grown across two decades to 2008 – largely because DWP senior civil servants blocked any move to ‘digital era’ services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2011) The Barnsley by-election suggests that the collective health of the Coalition government is now in jeopardy. On current polls the Liberal Democrats will do badly in the May local elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) The House of Commons’ Select Committees are now more independent of government: but are they any better informed? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) How unfair or disproportionate is the UK’s voting system for general elections? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) Update: how would a 2010 hung Parliament be managed? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) What about the 'Other' parties? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Gilson, Christopher and Sanders, David T. (2010) Is the UK electorate disengaged? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hancock, Avery (2010) Why we need to radically join-up public services more than ever. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Euro elections: find out about your new MEPs in the North East, North West, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Democratic Audit Blog (30 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Euro elections: who are your new MEPs in the East and West Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber, and Wales? Democratic Audit Blog (29 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Euro elections: who are your new MEPs in the East of England, London, the South East, and the South West? Democratic Audit Blog (28 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Hopkin, Jonathan and Kippin, Sean (2014) Why all our top parties are doing voters a disservice by cramming the European Parliament ballot papers with the names of ‘no hope’ candidates. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Muir, Dominic (2013) Parliament bounces back – how Select Committees have become a power in the land. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Travers, Tony and Gilson, Chris (2012) The LSE’s simple guide to UK voting systems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunn, Andrew (2015) The ‘choosiness’ of the unemployed: evidence on voluntary unemployment in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Dupré, Catherine (2016) Laws born out of trauma: in defence of the EU’s conception of human rights. LSE Brexit (19 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Durose, Catherine, Richardson, Liz, Gains, Francesca and Eason, Christina (2014) The prospects for a dramatically more representative Parliament post 2015 are bleak. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Dussaux, Damien and Carvalho, Maria (2017) UK needs free trade with the EU in low-carbon technologies. LSE Brexit (09 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Dzerins, Natalie (2011) Book review: Britain at the polls 2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Dzerins, Natalie (2011) Book review: understanding British party politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Economides, Spyros and Himmrich, Julia (2016) What price autonomy? Brexit’s effect on Britain’s soft power, trade deals and European security. LSE Brexit (23 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Edwards, Brett and Cacciatori, Mattia (2016) Why Boris Johnson must support continued criminal investigations into the use of chemical weapons in Syria. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Eichhorn, Jan (2017) Brexit alone will not decide a second Scottish referendum – but its perceived economic impact may. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Eichhorn, Jan (2015) There was no rise in Scottish nationalism: Understanding the SNP victory. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Eichhorn, Jan and Kenealy, Daniel (2015) The people think it’s good to talk about how they are governed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Eichtinger, Martin (2016) Brexit Ambassador series: the view from Austria. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Eisenstadt, Naomi (2011) Despite initial mistakes, the success of the Sure Start programme has been to prove that government does have a role to play in the development of young children. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

El Sehrawey, Amani (2015) Book review: opting out of the European Union: diplomacy, sovereignty and European integration by Rebecca Adler-Nissen. LSE Review of Books (15 Jan 2015) Blog.

El Sehrawey, Amani (2014) Book review: the Europe dilemma: Britain and the drama of EU integration by Roger Liddle. LSE Review of Books (17 Jul 2014) Blog.

El-Agraa, Ali M (2016) Alan Sked’s case for Brexit: a six-point rebuttal. LSE Brexit (03 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Elgenius, Gabriella (2014) Why does the England football manager insist his players sing the national anthem at the World Cup? Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Elias, Anwen (2015) Far from settling the independence question, the Catalan elections have simply added to the uncertainty over Catalonia’s future. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Elias, Anwen (2016) While prospects for Catalan independence remain bleak, Spain’s territorial crisis is here to stay. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2016) Brexit and the Gordian knot of the UK productivity puzzle. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Elliott, Mark (2014) Scotland has voted ‘No’. What next for the UK constitution? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Elliott, Matthew (2011) Unfair, expensive and a politicians’ fix – why British voters should reject the Alternative Vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Elvidge, John (2011) The experiences of Scotland’s devolved authority can provide lessons in governance for Westminster and beyond. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Emerson, Michael (2015) Britain’s political earthquake will create aftershocks for the UK and Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Emerson, Michael (2013) Seven hazards in David Cameron’s intended European policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

English, Richard (2011) There is no neat template to determine responses to political violence and terrorism, but the experience of the Northern Ireland Troubles does suggest that certain core principles should underpin appropriate counter-terrorism policies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Etherington, Stuart (2017) Charities must have a voice in Brexit – for the sake of the disaffected people they help. LSE Brexit (28 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Evans, Adam (2014) The Audacity of Nope: Meaningful fiscal accountability remains a pipe dream for Wales. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Evans, Adam (2013) Don’t expect meaningful fiscal devolution for Wales any time soon. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Evans, Adam (2014) The Lib Dem’s failings on the English Question are a damning indictment for a party which claims to believe in a federal future for the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Evans, Adam (2013) Welsh incremental devolution: history repeats itself, first as tragedy then as tax? Democratic Audit Blog (26 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Evans, Adam (2014) While the Scottish people may be on the brink of the unknown, the Welsh continue to prefer familiarity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Evans, Daniel (2015) No more ‘Welsh effect’? Why the EU may be becoming a scapegoat in Wales. LSE Brexit (17 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Evans, Daniel (2016) Wales, already impoverished, is set to get even poorer. LSE Brexit (02 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Evans, Elizabeth (2013) Men only? The parliamentary Liberal Democrats and gender representation. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Evans, Harry (2015) Book review: the making of Eurosceptic Britain, Second Edition, by Chris Gifford. LSE Review of Books (13 Feb 2015) Blog.

Evans, Heather (2014) Competitive elections are good democracy, creating more engaged voters over a longer period of time. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Evans, Jocelyn (2013) Where candidates live matters to voters, and they show it in their voting. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) David Willetts’ blaming of feminism for male working class unemployment reveals the inner workings of the Tory mind: a hatred of the agency of women and the suspicion of progressive movements. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2013) Regarding young children as an unfortunate interruption in the workings of a political economy radically disregards the building bricks through which a society is constructed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) ‘Social kettling’ and the closure of domestic violence shelters are amongst the new challenges for feminists in 2011: they are responding with a new activism, using social media and collective action. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2012) Tough times ahead in 2012 may provide space to question the primacy of growth and consumerism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2012) We are not ‘all in this together’: British democracy is suffering from the disconnect between politicians and the wider public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2014) Whilst the debates in Scotland were a very welcome sign of political engagement, we should be cautious about the nature and the extent of that engagement. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) The crude moralism that characterises looters and rioters as ‘scum’ is evidence that space for political debate about the causes of things is becoming dangerously limited. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2015) A message to Jon Cruddas and Labour: challenge, construct and connect. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Evans, Natalie (2013) Free Schools set the standard for school accountability to the local community. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Evans, Steffan (2015) How extending the right to buy in England could change the relationship between the government and housing associations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Evans, Steffan (2016) The Welsh Assembly after the elections: housing policy could be an area upon which to build a coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Evriviades, Euripides L. (2016) High Commissioner for the Republic of Cyprus to the UK: “A Brexit would not be in the interests of the Commonwealth”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Extremis Project, UK Team (2012) The police commissioner elections offer a lifeline to the beleaguered far right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Faguet, Jean-Paul (2016) The democracy bomb: Brexit and the need for a written constitution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Falkner, Robert (2014) Tough trade-offs on the road to Paris: What hopes for a 2015 climate agreement? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Fankhauser, Sam (2015) How to make UK energy policy more predictable again. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Fankhauser, Samuel (2011) If implemented properly, the government’s planned reform of the UK energy sector should make it easier for carbon reduction targets to be met. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Fankhauser, Samuel (2011) The UK government should stick to a plan of aggressive de-carbonisation and avoid the temptation of a new dash for gas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Farage, Nigel, Brown, Stuart A. and Suss, Joel (2014) Five minutes with Nigel Farage: “The European Parliament elections may ultimately decide whether we get a referendum on EU membership”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Farrell , David (2014) The Irish Constitutional Convention offers a potential routemap for renewing UK democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Farror, James (2013) Book review: Crossing the floor: Reg Prentice and the crisis of British social democracy. LSE Review of Books (02 Sep 2013) Blog.

Fatsis, Lambros (2015) How do citizens choose who to vote for? A sociological account of the 2015 UK general election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Favell, Adrian (2016) Compared to its neighbours, open migration to Britain has been a success story. LSE Brexit (08 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Favell, Adrian (2014) The UK has been one of the main beneficiaries from free movement of labour in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Kevin (2016) It’s all Greek to me: on the parallels with the UK referendum campaign. LSE Brexit (08 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Kevin (2016) Waking up to a nightmare? A UK exit from the EU would be a ‘lose-lose’ for both sides. LSE Brexit (04 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Kevin (2016) What those calling for Brexit could learn from the Greek bailout referendum. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Fenton, Alex (2014) Austerity stats: Making sense of cuts and changes to official statistics under the coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Fenwick, John and Elcock, Howard (2014) Has the introduction of directly elected mayors advanced or detracted from democratic innovation in English local government? Democratic Audit Blog (06 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Ferguson, Suki (2011) Book review: Brown at 10. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Ferguson, Suki (2012) Book review: there is plenty the government can do to foster people’s greater personal happiness, but in the current climate it’s not likely to happen. LSE Review of Books (30 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Fielding, Steven (2014) Television dramas have increasingly reinforced a picture of British politics as ‘sleazy’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Finchett-Maddock, Lucy (2014) The right to protest is under threat from several different directions. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Finlayson, Lorna (2016) Don’t elect him, he’s unelectable! Forum for European Philosophy Blog (11 Jan 2016) Blog.

Finn, Dan (2012) The Department of Work and Pensions must reappraise the proposed costs and efficiencies of their flagship Work Programme before they introduce flawed solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Finn, Mike (2016) Post-war fantasies and Brexit: the delusional view of Britain’s place in the world. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Fishenden, Jerry (2010) Behind the WikiLeaks furore, there’s a much bigger issue at stake: America’s slack approach to information security: the UK national interest lies in demanding that the USA act to stop its government computer systems being breached time and again, and in reviewing British data security as well. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Fishenden, Jerry (2010) ‘Best in world’ broadband for the UK will never happen unless the government stops pledging what they cannot deliver and starts fixing the implementation gaps that have marred all earlier efforts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Fishenden, Jerry (2010) Freezing public sector IT – what is the government aiming to achieve? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Fisher, Justin (2011) A discussion on the financing of political parties is desperately needed: government is wasting more than money if it buries research on the difficult choices between public funding and capped donations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Fitzgerald, Jim (2016) Moldova: The latest example of the power of the EU to promote equality law reform. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Fitzpatrick, Danny and Richards, Dave (2016) ‘Back to the Future?’ Brexit, elitism, and the British Political Tradition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Fleming, Andrew (2015) Ofcom should count the Greens as a major party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Flinders, Matthew (2014) Maria Miller’s resignation is yet another example of the need to drag Parliament into the twenty-first century. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Flinders, Matthew (2014) We need a deeper and more socially embedded kind of democracy based on active and engaged citizenship. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Flinders, Matthew (2014) A new and fair constitutional settlement? Beware of constitutional hyper-activism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Forbess, Alice (2011) Government proposals to cut legal aid come at a time when the benefits system is being reconfigured from the ground up: vulnerable people will pay the price as legal aid funding and free expert advice disappears. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Ford, Rob (2013) UKIP’s rise is not just a problem for the Conservatives – they are emerging as the party of choice for disaffected and angry voters from all parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Ford, Rob (2013) Various features of the design of the new ‘High Income Child Benefit charge’ look problematic. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Fortier, Anne-Marie (2016) Why applying for citizenship is an anxiety filled process – and not just for applicants. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Foster, Russell G. (2016) ‘I want my country back’: the resurgence of English nationalism. LSE Brexit (06 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Fotaki, Marianna (2014) What market-based patient choice can’t do for the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Fox, Stuart and Pearce, Sioned (2016) Survey evidence: the EU referendum had a clear positive impact on young people’s political engagement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Frantescu, Doru (2015) Since you’ve been gone: five ways EU policy is likely to change if Britain leaves. LSE Brexit (28 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Frantescu, Doru (2015) The top five likely effects of a Brexit on the EU’s policies. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Freidenberg, Flavia and Pomares, Julia (2014) The Latin American experience suggests primary elections can be effective but not a magic recipe for party democratisation. Democratic Audit Blog (22 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Friedman, Bobby (2013) The way we fund our political parties needs to change if we are to avoid more scandals. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Fruntașu, Iulian (2016) Iulian Fruntașu: “Brexit would be like leaving the bridge of a ship for the lower decks”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Fägersten, Björn (2016) Sweden and the UK’s deal: For Swedes, the real drama is yet to come. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Fóti, Klára (2016) EU migrants and benefits: how does the UK compare to other member states? LSE Brexit (05 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Gad, Ulrik Pram (2016) Could a ‘reverse Greenland’ arrangement keep Scotland and Northern Ireland in the EU? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gaffney, Declan and Baumberg, Ben (2014) Perceptions of social mobility in Britain are characterised by a strange paradox. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Gaffney, John (2014) Ed Miliband and the bacon sandwich: Exploring the relationship between the serious and the frivolous. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Gaffney, John (2014) Ed Miliband’s conference speech should be understood as part of a narrative reorientation process. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Gaffney, John (2016) Facing our Waterloo? The referendum was unnecessary, and its consequences ironic. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gaffney, John (2016) Labour’s century-old problem: leadership performance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gains, Francesca (2014) Book review: Policy agendas in British politics by Peter John, Anthony Bertelli, Will Jennings, and Shaun Bevan. LSE Review of Books (08 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Gall, Gregor (2016) The obstacles facing sex worker unionisation suggest occupational, rather than workplace unionism, could be a way forward. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Galpin, Charlotte (2016) Boris Johnson is damaging Germany’s goodwill towards the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Galpin, Charlotte (2016) Boris Johnson is damaging Germany’s goodwill towards the UK. LSE Brexit (13 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Galpin, Charlotte (2016) Project Fear: how the negativity of the referendum campaign undermines democracy. LSE Brexit (13 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Galsworthy, Michael J. and Davidson, Rob (2016) Brexit is damaging UK science already. Here is a plan to fix it. LSE Brexit (29 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Galsworthy, Michael J. and Davidson, Rob (2015) Debunking the myths about British science after an EU exit. LSE Brexit (05 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Game , Chris (2014) The prospects for local government independence are bleak due to the centre’s unwillingness to give up power. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Gandolfo, Andreas (2016) Hinkley Point C nuclear station: an expensive solution to a cheap problem. LSE Business Review (26 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Gandrud, Christopher (2016) The return of the British Disease? The post-Brexit credible commitment conundrum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gani, Jasmine (2015) Europeans will be in no mood to show hospitality to refugees until they are hospitable to each other. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Garapich, Michał P. (2016) Brexit will lead to more, not less immigration. LSE Brexit (28 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Garben, Sacha, Marwah, Hanaan, McDonagh, Luke T., Özcan, Berkay and Sampson, Thomas (2012) Aftermath of the financial crisis: new challenges for the left. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Gard-Murray, Alexander (2016) Labour must back freedom of movement – because the public want to stay in the single market. LSE Brexit (20 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Gardiner, Laura (2014) The ‘housing pinched’: Which UK households are most at risk of falling over the edge? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Gardiner, Laura (2015) The rise and rise (?) of zero-hours contracts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Gargan, Nick (2012) The extent to which police programmes are accountable to national oversight bodies in an age of localism should be clarified for local leaders who have responded positively to the changes in policing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Garry, John (2017) Northern Ireland: how will the political stalemate end, and will there be a referendum to leave the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Gauja, Anika (2013) The UK could take some lessons from Australia on fixed terms for party leaders so that election winners are guaranteed a full term in office. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2011) The Commission looking into the possibility of a British bill of rights is supposed to support diversity and inclusivity, but is fatally compromised by its narrow membership base. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2011) Human rights issues are high on the policy agenda in the UK today and the public are keener than ever to discuss these. A recognition that this discussion is moving online and involves a wide range of people is vital if we are to successfully thrash out the issues on rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2010) Liberal in name only. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2016) Potential removal of EU nationals from the UK is not incompatible with the Human Rights Act. LSE Brexit (07 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2014) The cuts to legal aid are obstructing the right to a fair trial and preventing the administration of justice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Gerner-Beuerle, Carsten and Kirchmaier, Thomas (2016) Shareholders’ votes on CEO pay focus mostly on top-line figures. LSE Business Review (05 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ghafoor, Bilal (2014) Freedom of Information in Britain is being subtly (but perceptibly) eroded. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Gherghina, Serhiu and Radecki, Michal (2014) The Polish and Romanian experiences show that party elites need to loosen control when introducing primary elections to select candidates. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Ghose, Katie (2011) The Alternative Vote is a worthwhile reform that will make a big difference in improving the democracy and accountability of British politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Ghose, Katie (2016) Electoral Reform Society: other referendums can teach us a lot about the EU vote. LSE Brexit (05 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Giannoulopoulos, Dimitrios, Nice, Geoffrey, Chigara, Ben, Petley, Julian, de la Rasilla, Ignacio and Sarmiento-Mirwaldt, Katja (2016) The Article 50 ruling means Parliament must not merely rubber-stamp Brexit with a three-line bill. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Gibson, Rachel (2011) We may see a real internet campaign in the lead up to the AV referendum, as long as both sides have a credible online presence and avoid cyber "window-dressing". British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Gibson, Rachel and Cantijoch, Marta (2011) 2010 may not have marked the first ‘internet election’, but digital platforms are of ever increasing importance in political campaigning. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Gillespie, Paul (2016) A British departure would have major consequences for Ireland, both North and South. LSE Brexit (14 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Gillespie, Paul (2016) A contested Brexit would be disruptive for Ireland, both North and South. LSE Brexit (05 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Gilmore, Andrew, Raimundo, António, Sigalas, Emmanuel and Šelo Šabić, Senada (2015) European views on the UK’s renegotiation: Ireland, Portugal, Austria and Croatia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Gilmore, Jonathan (2015) British foreign policy and the 2015 general election: Consensus on the continuity of a confused vision. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Gilmore, Jonathan (2014) The Good International Citizenship framework can be used to build an ethically-minded UK foreign policy. Democratic Audit Blog (13 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) Constitutional reform – what the three parties are promising. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) First election tv debate – domestic affairs: Nick Clegg for prime minister…well, hang on. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) General election night live blog 6 May 2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) Just how representative of the country is the UK’s coalition government and new parliament?: the state of debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) LSE British Election Conference 2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) The Liberal Democrats have fallen in the polls and are facing the brunt of the public’s ire over the Coalition’s policies: can we look to New Zealand as an example of what might be in store for the coalition? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2011) Punitive reactions by ministers or the judiciary seek to deter future riots. But if such measures undermine the perceived fairness and legitimacy of the criminal justice system and worsen police-community relations, they could prove counter-productive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) What about the Lib Dems? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) The way things were: 1974 and 2010 compared. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher and Tinkler, Jane (2010) Reviewing 2010 in political blogging: the spotlight moves from the Tories to the Liberal Democrats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Gippner, Olivia (2016) From climate change to mediation: should the EU be a strategic actor in Asia-Pacific? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Giuntella, Osea, Nicodemo, Catia and Vargas-Silva, Carlos (2015) Immigration may reduce the time you wait to see the doctor. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Giustozzi, Antonio (2010) The riddle of negotiations in Afghanistan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Glasman, Maurice (2011) Labour’s answer to David Cameron’s Big Society is the Good Society. So what would it mean in practice? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Glasman, Maurice (2011) When the City of London’s bubble burst, it was the state and the real economy that had to take the hit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Gleeson, Simon (2016) EMU: how it works (and which parts don’t apply to us). LSE Brexit (18 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Glencross, Andrew (2015) The myth of ‘self-government’ is threatening both the UK’s place in the EU and Scotland’s place in the Union. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Glendinning, Simon and Dunin-Wąsowicz, Roch (2016) Ever closer to different destinations: how the renegotiation changed the EU’s aims. LSE Brexit (12 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Glennie, Alex and Gottfried, Glenn (2014) It is political inequality that represents British democracy’s real crisis. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2014) Book review: How Labour governments fall: from Ramsay MacDonald to Gordon Brown, edited by Timothy Heppell and Kevin Theakston. LSE Review of Books (13 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2013) Book review: Political parties in Britain. LSE Review of Books (10 May 2013) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2015) Book review: five year mission: the Labour Party under Ed Miliband. LSE Review of Books (28 Jul 2015) Blog.

Goes, Eunice (2015) A Corbyn leadership can endure, but only if ‘Jez’ is ready to accept a fair share of Westminster culture. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2016) It takes two: Corbyn’s re-election is not enough – more must be done to unite Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2016) The Labour Party is more than the shadow cabinet, and Corbyn must learn to engage with it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2015) Labour’s proposed public service reforms won’t undo the effects of privatisation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2016) The Leave campaign was toxic – but 43 years of embarrassed pro-Europeanism paved the way for Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2015) The coalition effect on the Liberal Democrats: Driven to the edge of Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Goes, Eunice (2016) A job-creating powerhouse? The way we measure unemployment can lead to misleading conclusions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodall, Lewis (2012) If the Chancellor is serious about ‘rebalancing’ the UK economy we need serious investment in regions outside of the greater South East. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Goode, Jackie (2016) Navigating household debt: the complicated human relationships behind the statistics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Mark (2014) Do we need more scientists in Parliament? They may not make any difference. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Mark (2014) Three reasons why Gove has been relieved of his duties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Could Remain enjoy a late surge in support? The indications suggest not. LSE Brexit (08 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2015) How soft is the Leave vote – and which issues will swing it? LSE Brexit (12 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) If Boris Johnson wants to win, he needs to talk less about sovereignty and more about the economy. LSE Brexit (13 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Matthew Goodwin examines five ways the Outers could win. LSE Brexit (28 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Matthew Goodwin’s round-up: Leave’s lead, the Boris effect and persuading the Undecideds. LSE Brexit (26 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Polls apart: why we need to treat all EU referendum polling with caution. LSE Brexit (22 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2016) Still neck-and-neck – but both Leave and Remain have reasons to be cheerful. LSE Brexit (10 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew and Heath, Oliver (2016) Brexit and the left behind: a tale of two countries. LSE Brexit (22 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew and Heath, Oliver (2016) A tale of two countries: Brexit and the ‘left behind’ thesis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Goplerud, Max (2014) Fewer special advisers run for parliament than is generally thought, but those that do are quick to climb the ladder. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Goplerud, Max (2014) Money or signatures: which is a larger barrier to new parties trying to contest parliamentary elections? Democratic Audit Blog (29 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Agata and Korteweg, Rem (2016) The US won’t help Britain in its negotiations with the EU. LSE Brexit (31 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Agata and Lazowski, Adam (2016) The Brexiteers’ exit plan: legally dubious, unfeasible and likely to antagonise our neighbours. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Gottfried, Glenn (2012) EU membership strongly benefits the UK, but pro-Europeans should push for a credible reform agenda to regain the confidence of the British public. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Gottfried, Glenn and Foard, Nick (2014) First-time compulsory voting is designed to get politicians to engage with young voters’ concerns. Democratic Audit Blog (29 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Gould, Bryan (2011) Recent poll results and the Oldham victory show that Labour has bounced back: Ed Miliband must continue his progressive campaign to ensure Labour is an ally of people-based politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Gould, Bryan (2013) We have allowed the free market to hollow out our democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Gould, Bryan (2011) The holy grail of liberal politics has crumbled in Nick Clegg’s hands, but the Liberal Democrat plight also means bad news for wider politics in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Goulden, Chris (2012) Minimum wage plus in-work benefits are still not necessarily enough for a minimum standard of living. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Grahl, John (2012) The Coalition’s Workfare programme hinges on the false assumption that the private sector will provide full-time, future employment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Grahl, John (2016) How we treat those who are excluded from the world of work. LSE Business Review (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Grant, Matthew (2016) ‘Citizen of the world’? think again: British citizenship after Brexit. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2013) Book review: Making capitalism fit for society. LSE Review of Books (26 Sep 2013) Blog.

Grant, Wyn (2012) In May the UK’s biggest cities will vote on whether to directly elect mayors. The Warwick Commission investigates existing experience, both in Britain and overseas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2014) Reflecting on John Smith’s political legacy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Grasso, Maria (2014) Young people are less engaged in both traditional and non-traditional forms of politics than older generations. Democratic Audit Blog (16 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Grayston, Rose (2015) Emergency Budget 2015: mixed messages for working aged disabled people. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Green, Anthony (2011) Australian state elections show that if British voters adopt the Alternative Vote in the forthcoming referendum, it will typically change party outcomes only a little, but will have positive effects for the standing of MPs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Green, Antony (2011) Some Australian state elections using the Alternative Vote show that voters are casting fewer second preferences, or even none at all. Would the same happen in the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Green, Colin (2015) In addition to saved travel time, the London congestion charge has saved lives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Green, Elliott (2015) The EU referendum and legislation on ‘English votes for English laws’ will be crucial for Scotland’s future in the Union. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Green, Elliott D. (2016) They did things differently there: how Brexiteers appealed to voters’ nostalgia. LSE Brexit (13 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Greene, Zac and O’Brien, Diana (2016) New women MPs shift their party leftwards – but female leaders don’t. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Greig, Neil (2012) Road safety is at risk if we ignore targets and the lack of funding in some local authorities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Article 50 case explained in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (20 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Article 50 notification explained in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (31 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Supreme Court’s ruling on Article 50 – in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (25 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Gromyko, Alexey (2016) Following Litvinenko, UK-Russia relations are now at their lowest point since the 1980s. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Gromyko, Alexey, Getmanchuk, Alyona and Ulgen, Sinan (2015) Views on the UK’s renegotiation: Russia, Ukraine and Turkey. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Grove White, Ruth (2014) The increasingly hostile environment to immigration is unjust and short-sighted. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Growth Commission, LSE (2017) More talent, please: a blueprint for the UK’s future migration policy. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Growth Commission, LSE (2017) What trading outside the Single Market looks like. LSE Brexit (01 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Guerrina, Roberta (2016) Gender and Brexit: moving beyond the EU’s focus on women’s employment rights. LSE Brexit (23 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Guerrina, Roberta (2016) What did ITV’s EU referendum debate say about the role of women in the campaign? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Guibernau, Montserrat (2016) Understanding Euroscepticism: how British hostility to the EU contrasts with opposition elsewhere in Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Guilliford, Jenny and Foley, Beth (2014) The new Help to Work scheme could use some work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Gulliver, Kevin (2014) Mutualism can offer an alternative vision for social housing to counter growing marketisation and creeping commercialism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Gutterman , Ellen (2017) How policy framing shaped UK strategy on transnational bribery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Haastrup, Toni, Wright, Katharine and Guerrina, Roberta (2016) Women in the Brexit debate: still largely confined to ‘low’ politics. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Haddad, Moussa (2015) How the rising cost of essentials has tightened the squeeze on family incomes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Haddon, Catherine (2014) Book review: At power’s elbow: aides to the Prime Minister from Robert Walpole to David Cameron by Andrew Blick and George Jones. LSE Review of Books (12 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

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.

Haddon, Catherine (2012) Leaders of the Opposition: from Churchill to Cameron. LSE Review of Books (22 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Haddon, Catherine (2013) The potential lessons of a contemporary history of Whitehall stretch far and wide. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara (2016) Parliament’s role in the Brexit negotiations: Article 50 and beyond. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara, Brown, Chris and Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) Second debate – international affairs: what our experts said. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara, Hanretty, Chris and Hix, Simon (2016) Red card, red herring: introducing Cameron’s EU ‘red card procedure’ will have limited impact. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara, Hobolt, Sara and Wratil, Christopher (2016) Appeasing Eurosceptics? What’s really going on when Britain votes No in the Council of the EU. LSE Brexit (20 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara, Hobolt, Sara and Wratil, Christopher (2016) Does the UK lose out in the Council? How opposition to EU proposals acts as a signal to domestic audiences. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Hale, Thomas and Koenig-Archibugi, Mathias (2016) Do Britons and other Europeans disagree on policy issues? The answer might surprise you. LSE Brexit (18 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hale-Ross, Simon (2014) The UK should urgently legitimise the revocation of UK citizenship to the Islamic State’s British members. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne (2012) The nature of the British party system combined with the BNP’s internal problems mean that it will be difficult for the extreme right to take advantage of the current economic crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne and Vasilopoulou, Sofia (2010) Moving from a race-based agenda to a focus on civic virtue has aided the BNP’s resurgence in the last decade. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Hall, Edward (2015) There is ample scope for questioning Nick Clegg’s political integrity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Hall-Matthews, David (2011) The Liberal Democrats need to build a narrative of better governance, democratise their policy-making and must not be afraid to disagree with the Conservatives in public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Hambleton, Robin (2015) The devolution deception in the Queen’s Speech. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Hammond, Ed (2015) The devolution of public services requires better governance systems than currently proposed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Hancké, Bob (2016) Brexit, red lines and the EU: the two-level game revisited. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Capping immigration – the Tories win out: but will economic considerations soften the policy for business and universities? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Civil war in the Congo – could the UK do more to foster peace? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Hard choices – in overseas aid, 0.7 is a magic number for all the parties – but the Tories say they’d do things differently. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Iraqi Refugees: is the UK doing the right thing? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Sending kids back to Kabul – is it right? is it legal? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Should British soldiers be walking kids to school in Afghanistan? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) The government’s proposed cuts to the housing benefit will force 130,000 families out of their homes and add to the UK’s growing homeless population. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2011) The people in Sudan have spoken: now the UK should back the new nation with both trade and aid. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Hand, James (2016) Gender diversity in the first May government – the ‘posh boys’ have gone, but the boys remain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Hand, Michael (2011) As the case for patriotism has not been decisively made, we have no business promoting it in schools. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Hand, Michael (2014) We should not be conflating liberal democratic values with British national identity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Hannan, Md. Abdul and Campion, Sonali (2016) “Research from British institutions can offer valuable insights on how Bangladesh can achieve sustainable development” – H.E. Md. Abdul Hannan. South Asia @ LSE (11 Aug 2016) Blog.

Hanretty, Chris (2012) The Coalition Government has only a 1 in 3 chance of lasting its term. Statistical modelling predicts its fall in October 2014. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Hanretty, Chris (2013) Durham is the pits (for local disproportionality). Democratic Audit Blog (05 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Ben and Vivyan, Nick (2015) If not polls, then betting markets? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Hansen, Randall (2015) An Australian points system for immigration would be entirely inappropriate for the UK’s economy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Hansen, Randall (2016) A two-way street: how to make immigration work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Harries, Richard (2011) The Draft Bill and the Report of the Royal Commission on the reform of the House of Lords. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Harris, Geoffrey and Oliver, Tim (2016) From Brexit to Trump: transatlantic allies in an era of unpredictability. Euractiv (24 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Harris, Josh (2014) The civil service should be providing the key capacities which any prime minister needs to govern effectively. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Harris, Lindsay (2013) Book review: London 2012: how was it for us? LSE Review of Books (09 Sep 2013) Blog.

Harris, Peter (2014) For 50 years the UK government has shown little regard for the human rights of the indigenous population of the British Indian Ocean Territory. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Harrison, Mark (2014) In a free society the purpose of mass surveillance should be to protect the way we live. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Hartlapp, Miriam, Metz, Julia and Rauh, Christian (2015) Conflict inside the European Commission is a key factor in shaping EU legislation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Hathaway, Terry (2015) Contemporary capitalism is not really a system of choice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Hawkes, Richard (2012) The Paralympics have the power to change attitudes towards disabled people. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Hayes, Jarrod (2016) British political identity and Iraq: how we think of ourselves shapes where and when we fight. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Hayton, Richard (2012) The Conservatives in coalition government: principles, policy and power. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Hazell, Robert (2011) According to new research, the coalition is working well, but the Liberal Democrats could do better. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Hearson, Martin (2013) Book review: The politics of expertise: how NGOs shaped modern Britain. LSE Review of Books (13 Aug 2013) Blog.

Hearson, Martin (2016) The OECD and the lost battle to impose sanctions on tax havens. LSE Business Review (14 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Heath, Oliver (2015) Has the rise of middle class politicians led to the decline of class voting in Britain? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Heath, Oliver (2015) Why the UK’s pre-election polls got it so wrong: is it time to take probability sampling seriously? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Heath, Oliver (2015) Why the pre-election polls get it so wrong: Is it time to take probability sampling seriously? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Heath, Oliver (2016) The myth of a classless Britain: the political marginalisation of the working class. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Heath, Oliver (2015) The rise of middle class politicians and the decline of class voting in Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Hellowell, Mark (2015) The move from PFI to PF2 is likely to make it more, rather than less, expensive to deliver new healthcare facilities in the future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Hemmings, John (2016) Foreign investment in critical areas like nuclear power need a formal vetting process. LSE Business Review (11 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Hemmings, John (2014) Scottish independence would have a negative impact on security. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Henkel, Imke (2016) Support for Brexit is no longer a minority viewpoint on the British left. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Henkel, Imke (2014) We should replace the complicated, bureaucratic and error-prone expenses claims system with a flat-rate allowance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Henn, Matt and Foard, Nick (2014) Compulsory voting may reinforce the resentment young people feel toward the political class. Democratic Audit Blog (27 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Henn, Matt and Foard , Nick (2014) Young people support the democratic process, but do not feel that they can exercise real influence over decision-making. Democratic Audit Blog (Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Henwood, Melanie (2015) The lack of collective will in Europe regarding refugees is indefensible. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Hepburn, Eve (2014) If Scotland votes ‘Yes’, we will likely see an immigration policy that is markedly different from the rest of the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Hepburn, Eve (2014) Regardless of whether it’s a ‘Yes’ or a ‘No’ vote, the answer must be radical change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Hepburn, Eve (2014) The decision of the majority of Scots to vote ‘No’ may result in even more radical constitutional change to the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Hepburn, Eve (2014) The ‘domino effect’ from Scotland’s referendum is increasing demands for independence in Italian regions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Hepburn, Eve and McLoughlin, P. J. (2011) Evidence from nationalist movements in Scotland and Northern Ireland shows that pragmatism and the ability to adapt are key to electoral success, and that nationalism is still a potent political force. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Heppell, Timothy (2013) Book review: George Osborne: the austerity Chancellor. LSE Review of Books (04 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Heppell, Timothy (2013) Book review: The Conservatives since 1945: the drivers of party change. LSE Review of Books (25 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Heppell, Timothy (2012) Book review: the rules of the game: leadership coups in British party politics. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Heppell, Timothy (2012) What do I have to do to get promoted? Tory MPs resent the reduced likelihood of reshuffles and promotions under coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Herbert, Nick (2016) A leap into the dark: the real choice facing the UK over Brexit, according to Conservatives for Reform in Europe. LSE Brexit (12 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Herbeć, Aleksandra (2017) The scandal of CSI, the little-known loophole used to deny EU citizens permanent residency. LSE Brexit (17 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Herman, Lise (2014) Book review: revolt on the right: explaining support for the radical right in Britain by Robert Ford and Matthew J. Goodwin. LSE Review of Books (16 Jun 2014) Blog.

Herrmann, Michael, Munzert, Simon and Selb, Peter (2015) The conventional wisdom about tactical voting is wrong. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hertner, Isabelle (2015) The Europe Jeremy Corbyn wants is very different from the one David Cameron seeks. LSE Brexit (07 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Hertner, Isabelle (2016) ‘Seven, or seven and a half out of 10″: Jeremy Corbyn’s conspicuous absence from the referendum campaign. LSE Brexit (13 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Heslop, Robert (2015) Transatlantic cooperation: it’s in the UK’s interest for the US and the EU to forge a strong relationship on the basis of TTIP. LSE Brexit (24 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Heydarian Pashakhanlou, Arash (2016) Thanks to the referendum, the tyranny of the majority has prevailed. LSE Brexit (28 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Heyvaert, Veerle (2016) Death of a citizen: Britain’s referendum and EU nationals living in the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Hezser, Catherine (2014) Book review: violence and understanding in Gaza: the British broadsheets’ coverage of the war by Dávid Kaposi. LSE Review of Books (18 Nov 2014) Blog.

Hill, Alastair (2013) Book review: the foundations of the British Conservative Party: essays on conservatism from Lord Salisbury to David Cameron. LSE Review of Books (27 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Hill, Alastair (2011) Book review: the new politics: liberal conservatism or same old Tories? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Hill, Alastair (2012) Book review: what next for Labour? Ideas for a new generation by Tom Scholes-Fogg and Hisham Hamid. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Hills, John (2017) Our lives keep on changing – yet the welfare myth of “them” and “us” persists. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Hills, John, Wehner, Joachim, Dunleavy, Patrick, Cammaerts, Bart and Leunig, Tim (2010) The ‘emergency’ budget – solving the UK’s problems?: or creating the basis for new crises? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Himaz, Rozana and Tily, Geoff (2016) Austerity in retrospect: a response to Geoff Tily. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Hinarejos, Alicia (2013) The costs of the UK’s opt-out of EU justice and policing measures would far exceed any benefits. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Hirsch, Donald (2015) The number of households in the UK falling below the Minimum Income Standard continues to rise. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) Brits know less about the EU than anyone else. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2016) Choose freedom: 28 countries, 500m people and one of the most successful liberalising projects in history. LSE Brexit (10 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2011) David Cameron’s EU treaty veto is a disaster for Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2013) David Cameron’s speech was about as pro-European as can be expected of a British Conservative Prime Minister in the current context. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2016) Is the EU really run by unelected bureaucrats? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) Is the UK marginalised in the EU? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2016) No more denial: let’s accept the inevitable and fight for the best Brexit we can. LSE Brexit (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) UK influence in Europe series: British MEPs lose most often in the European Parliament. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) UK influence in Europe series: is the UK at the top table in EU negotiations? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2016) UK influence in Europe series: the policy successes (and failures) of British MEPs. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) The UK: close to the centre of European Council decision-making. LSE Brexit (19 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2017) What would a pro-European hard Brexit look like? LSE Brexit (06 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2015) When MEPs vote, the UK’s delegation is increasingly marginalised. LSE Brexit (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Benedetto, Giacomo (2016) UK influence series: do British MEPs win key positions of power in the European Parliament? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Hae-Won, Jun (2017) Can ‘Global Britain’ forge a better trade deal with South Korea? This is why it’s unlikely. LSE Brexit (07 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Hagemann, Sara (2015) Does the UK win or lose in the Council of Ministers? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Hix-Vivyan election prediction, from polls up to 2 March. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Labour and tories neck and neck? Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 19 April. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) One day to go: Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 3 May. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Still a hung parliament: Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 23 March. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Tories still short of a majority: Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 26 April. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Whitaker, Richard (2016) Do MEPs want to keep ‘schlepping’ to Strasbourg? How travel time influences views on the location of the European Parliament. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara (2016) Getting the timing right: Cameron weighs up the pros and cons of a June 2016 referendum. LSE Brexit (08 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara (2016) Voters have punished the ‘elite’ – and this is not just a British phenomenon. LSE Brexit (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara (2015) What lessons can Britain learn from other EU referendums? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara (2016) Why did voters choose Brexit? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Hagemann, Sara (2016) EU referendum: do campaigns actually change voters’ minds? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Hagemann, Sara (2016) Turn out or else: do referendum campaigns actually change voters’ minds? LSE Brexit (14 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Hagemann, Sara (2016) A vote to leave the EU may have a detrimental impact on Parliament. LSE Brexit (25 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara, Leeper, Thomas J. and Tilley, James (2016) Voters might be fed up with politicians, but they will listen to people ‘like them’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Wratil, Christopher (2016) Which argument will win the referendum – immigration, or the economy? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hobolt, Sara and Wratil, Christopher (2016) Which argument will win the referendum – immigration, or the economy? LSE Brexit (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hockley, Tony (2016) Clear red lines, flexibility and the public’s support: we’re on our way to a rational Brexit. LSE Brexit (20 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Hockley, Tony (2017) Immigration policy will be the test of Theresa May’s “shared society”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Hockley, Tony (2016) Social identity not social cash – why areas that received money from the EU voted against it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Hockley, Tony (2016) A second referendum will not fix the social division behind the Brexit vote – and it could make it worse. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hogwood, Patricia (2016) From devolution to revolution? Brexit threatens to stir up the UK’s regional politics. LSE Brexit (26 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Holden, Dan (2016) Working harder but not smarter: what employees think about the productivity puzzle. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hollanders, David (2014) Why the Dutch pension system is not a role model for the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Holt, Andrew (2013) Book review: Defending the realm? The politics of Britain’s small wars since 1945. LSE Review of Books (12 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Homkes, Rebecca (2011) Good hospital management can save lives and increase much needed productivity at a time of budget constraints. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Honeyball, Mary (2016) Taking the law into our own hands: the perils of a British Bill of Rights. LSE Brexit (12 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Hood, Christopher and Dixon, Ruth (2012) The current government is aiming for cuts to administration costs that have never previously been achieved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Hood, Christopher and Lodge, Martin (2011) Appearing in front of a Select Committee: does this prove that we had an impact or were we a convenient political cover for positions already taken? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Hopkin, Jonathan (2010) What was the problem with a Lab-LibDem coalition? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hopkins, Alison (2012) The time is right to open up care services more widely, and user feedback has an important part to play been supposed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Hopley, Lee (2012) The Chancellor had some good ideas, but rebalancing the economy looks as challenging now as it did yesterday morning. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Horowitz, Will (2014) Why abolishing age-related benefits would improve later life. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Hortala-Vallve, Rafael (2010) Is Alternative Vote a better voting system?: it depends…. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Hosein, Gus and Whitley, Edgar A. (2010) New government to scrap ID cards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hough, Daniel (2016) Anti-corruption after Brexit: what is left of David Cameron’s legacy? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Hough, Daniel (2016) Football across the continent has been revolutionised by the EU. LSE Brexit (01 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hoyois, Arnaud (2016) A ‘soft Brexit’ is the only viable strategy in a post-liberal world. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Hudson, Bob (2016) Can technology save the NHS? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Hudson, Bob (2015) DevoManc and the NHS: Mind the gaps. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Hudson, Bob (2015) Instead of more inspections and regulation, the NHS needs to adopt a ‘bottom-up’ improvement model. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Hudson, Bob (2014) What do we do when the public services market fails? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Hudson, Bob (2015) The four deficits of the English devolution process. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hudson, Bob (2016) The unsuccessful privatisation of social care: why it matters and how to curb it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Ceri (2014) Does changing employers offer a route out of low pay? British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Ceri (2015) (E)quality not quantity matters: the role of apprenticeships in an equality agenda. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Ceri (2014) We need to ensure that young Londoners gain the skills and experience that will be of value to them in the labour market. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Hughes, James (2013) Is the Northern Ireland peace process flagging? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Niall (2015) In a multi-party political environment, the First-Past-The-Post electoral system may mitigate polarisation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Stephen (2012) Local authorities must invest in prevention and collaborative working in order to create tangible improvements in service provision. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Humphreys, Adam (2015) How do we decide what is in the national interest? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Hunter, David (2016) The politics of health: taking the long view on the state of the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Hurka, Steffen (2016) Britain’s exit from the EU will benefit the South and weaken Germany. LSE Brexit (27 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Hurrell, Scott (2016) Skills deficits in the labour market: Hard to establish but essential to know. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Hussein, Shereen (2012) ‘Big Society’ volunteering in long term care must not substitute for skilled paid staff. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Hyman, Richard (2011) Budget 2011: A footnote to the existing agenda, but the public is waking up to the attack on the welfare state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Hyman, Richard (2010) Despite common press perceptions, the number of strikes in the UK is far below the European average. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Häussler, Mathias (2015) Why Cameron shouldn’t gamble with Germany: Helmut Schmidt’s story. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Iammarino, Simona (2013) Multinational enterprises in Germany have a greater level of local engagement and links to regional innovation systems than those in the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Ilzetzki, Ethan and Cunningham, Tom (2010) LSE centre for economic performance – macroeconomics and public finance: the worst is yet to come. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Indridason, Indridi H. (2014) A number of factors determine Cabinet size, while Cabinet size itself affects public spending levels and policy outcomes. Democratic Audit Blog (12 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Ingold, Jo and Monaghan, Mark (2016) Evidence-based policy and policy as ‘translation’: designing a model for policymaking. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Inhorn, Sanna, Scott, Martin and Street, John (2013) Popular culture can help to engage young people with political ideas, but isn’t enough on its own. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Inthorn, Sanna, Millward, Peter, Burdsey, Daniel, Groves, Mark and Kippin, Sean (2014) The England football team represents our multi-cultural, progressive politics of nationhood. Its anthem doesn’t. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Irwin, Sarah (2016) ‘What type of society is Britain today?’: Lay perceptions of inequality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Ismail, Nasrul (2015) Cure over prevention: the boost to NHS funding is at the expense of preventative healthcare. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Jackson, Dan (2011) Making impact with history: how policy makers have much to learn from historians and social scientists and why academic writing must strive for clarity. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Jackson, Emily (2011) UK citizens can access assisted suicide, but they must travel to Zurich in order to do so: this is illogical, but more importantly, it imposes an unfair burden on terminally ill individuals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Jackson, Emma (2015) How young homeless people experience London and the homeless system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) Is nationalism to blame for the post Brexit vote divisions? LSE Brexit (29 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) The Leave campaign won the final BBC referendum debate on Twitter. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) Tusk’s Shakespearean tweet shows the gravity of the UK’s EU vote and its potential consequences for both parties. LSE Brexit (03 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2016) An undiscover’d country: the Brexit debate on Twitter reveals widespread democratic discontent. LSE Brexit (18 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Jacotine, keshia (2016) Labour and Labor: a tale of two identity crises. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Jaitman, Laura and Machin, Stephen (2014) Does tougher sentencing deter crime? Evidence from the London 2011 riots suggests it does. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2014) Electoral management issues were the dog that didn’t bark in the Scottish night. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2013) Individual electoral registration still needs a lot of work, if it is not to be a car crash for British democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2012) UK electoral law is fragmented, convoluted and causing errors in the running of elections. It needs to be consolidated. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2011) UK electoral registration levels are already low by international standards, but new plans to change registration may make things even worse. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

James, Toby S. (2012) Changes to electoral registration procedures may have significant implications for registration levels and electoral outcomes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2012) Blog Entry.

James, Toby S. (2014) Postal voting and electoral fraud: a reply to Richard Mawrey QC. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

James, Toby S. and Clark, Alistair (2016) So much for #pencilgate: the referendum wasn’t rigged – but Britain’s electoral machinery needs fine-tuning. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Jarvis, Lee and Lister, Michael (2013) Anti-terrorism powers have fractured experiences of citizenship across the UK. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Jelen-Sanchez, Alenka and Dekavalla, Marina (2016) Who speaks in a referendum? Scotland’s Indyref TV news coverage. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Jenkin, Bernard (2011) Government has still a great deal to learn about how to use IT effectively – a new select committee inquiry aims to discover ways to improve the Government’s poor track record. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jenkin, Bernard (2012) The Public Administration Select Committee continues to push for greater leadership on reforms and for more strategic thought at the heart of government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Jenkins, Gareth (2011) 1.6 million children in the UK live in severe poverty: the government must do more to target areas of high deprivation, poverty and worklessness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jenkins, Gareth (2011) Budget 2011: Little action for children in poverty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jenkins, Kate (2011) New government agencies should be set up with caution: they are not a substitute for weak departments. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Jensen, Siv (2016) Siv Jensen: “The EEA agreement has served Norway well, but it’s not a free ride”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Jobson, Richard (2015) ‘The ghost of Keir Hardie’: Nostalgia and the modern Labour Party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnes, Geraint (2015) The UK labour market data is not so rosy when we consider export sector industries. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnes, Geraint (2015) The UK labour market data is not so rosy when we consider export sector industries. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Johns, Geraint (2014) Why do wages continue to stagnate in the UK as unemployment falls? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Johns, Geraint and Zoido-Oses, Paula (2014) It is the state’s duty to make sure that individuals have a choice where liberal and illiberal values clash. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Johns, Rob, Mitchell, James and Carman, Chris (2011) The Scottish National Party’s success in winning an outright majority at Holyrood in May 2011 was an extraordinary result in an ‘ordinary’ election. Research shows that Scots voters did not move further towards secession and independence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Alan and Taylor, Ros (2016) Five minutes with Alan Johnson of Labour In for Britain: “There’s a battle here”. LSE Brexit (25 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Carolina (2014) Local civic participation can help reinforce the legitimacy of the democratic system. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Jo and Campion, Sonali (2016) “India sees the UK as its gateway to Europe. We should not give Indian firms reason to doubt this is the right place to invest” – Jo Johnson MP. South Asia @ LSE (20 Jun 2016) Blog.

Johnson, Michael (2016) Brexit, tariffs and trade, part two: no Single Market membership without compromise. LSE Brexit (19 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Michael (2016) Brexit, trade and tariffs part three: how much freedom will Britain have to set its own tariffs? LSE Brexit (21 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Michael (2016) They won’t like a bit of British butter on their bread: the problem of tariffs after Brexit. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Richard (2016) Brexit could be an opportunity for the Labour Party, not a tragedy. LSE Brexit (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Richard (2016) Labour should embrace putting an end to EU free movement. LSE Brexit (12 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Richard (2016) Labour should not be the champion of EU free movement. LSE Brexit (28 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Alison (2016) Backlash against the status quo does not always lead to positive-sum gains. LSE Brexit (30 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Jack, Hanretty, Chris, Lauderdale, Benjamin and Vivyan, Nick (2015) Focus on… the North East. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2013) Book Review: The political integration of ethnic minorities in Britain. LSE Review of Books (04 Dec 2013) Blog.

Johnston, Ron (2014) Book Review: affluence, austerity and electoral change in Britain by Paul Whiteley, Harold D. Clarke, David Sanders and Marianne C. Stewart. LSE Review of Books (19 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2014) Book review: British general elections since 1964: diversity, dealignment and disillusion by David Denver and Mark Garnett. LSE Review of Books (02 Jul 2014) Blog.

Johnston, Ron (2010) Pursuing a passion for parity, the coalition government is axing one in every 4 MPs in Wales, but less than one in 14 in England: how the UK draws its electoral map will never be the same again. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2015) The South West – contest by contest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2011) Why are Labour Lords keeping their peers up late?: opposition to the coalition’s plans for fewer MPs and more equal constituencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2012) The proposed system for an elected House of Lords lacks accountability and offers voters far less choice than had previously been envisaged. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Cutts, David and Pattie, Charles (2015) The Tories and Donations to Constituency Campaigns (or, Beware of Journalists’ Hyperbole). British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn and Manley, David (2016) Can we really not predict who will vote for Brexit, and where? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Jones, Kelvyn and Manley, David (2016) Predicting the Brexit vote: getting the geography right (more or less). British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Manley, David, Pattie, Charles, Pemberton, Hugh and Wickham-Jones, Mark (2015) The Labour leadership and deputy leadership candidates: where are their support bases – does geography matter? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron and Pattie, Charles (2015) The British party system – or systems: how many on the ground? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Cutts, David (2015) At £13 a vote – a bargain? Donations to the Tories’ 2015 constituency campaigns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Cutts, David (2015) Have the Tories gone on the defensive and narrowed the focus of their constituency targets? Donations to local parties in 2014. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Manley, David (2015) The case of the missing marginals: Labour’s task in 2020 is harder than they currently realise. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2015) Ensuring equal representation in Parliament: who counts? British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2015) There are fewer people registered to vote in 2015 than there were in 2010: is that to Labour’s advantage? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2011) The re-vamped public inquiries currently changing Westminster constituency boundaries in record time (across the whole of the UK) keep power firmly in the hands of the biggest political parties, and not the general public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Roy, Jones, Kelvyn and Manley, David (2016) The geography of the Brexit vote – what difference will turnout make? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Jolly, Debbie (2011) Disabled people are subject to false accusations from the media, a false economy and a duplicitous morality from a government that claims to support those in greatest need. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jolly, Debbie (2011) The government’s Work Capability Assessment for disabled people is one of the toughest in the world – it is not fit for purpose. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Jones, Alexandra (2014) Relieving democratic stress: devolution and strong cities. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Jones, George and Stewart, John (2012) Yet another feeble paper on civil service reform that will achieve little for local government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2010) Blame them, not us: how the Comprehensive Spending Review reflects the interests of the cabinet, and not the people. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2011) Budget 2011: Government’s ‘pothole priority’ proves its lack of commitment to localism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2012) Elected mayors cannot deliver a localist revival. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2010) The coalition government’s ‘new localism’ decentralisation agenda may well undermine local government. A new agreement is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. and Blick, Andrew (2010) The PM and the centre of UK government from Tony Blair to David Cameron: how much will change in the transition from single-party to coalition government? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. and Stewart, John (2011) Government plans to impose mayoral referendums have not been thought out properly and should be abandoned. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Jones, Jenny (2014) Boris Johnson should be advocating for all of London rather than on behalf of the financial services industry. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Jones, Jenny (2012) Jenny Jones: “my vision for London is of a more sustainable, fairer and cleaner city”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, Lee (2016) The EU locked in neoliberalism and locked out its people. Brexit is the alternative. LSE Brexit (10 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Jones, Richard Wyn (2013) Survey research suggests that ‘ever looser union’ is the direction of travel for the UK. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Jones, Steve (2016) It’s not easy to raise prior attainment, but universities could better contextualise applicants’ grades. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Jones, Steven (2015) “Fulfilling Our Potential”: what policymakers’ rhetoric reveals about the future of Higher Education. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Joshi, Devin and Rosenfield, Erica (2014) Parliamentary websites, transparency and the quality of democracy: where does the UK stand? Democratic Audit Blog (17 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Jou, Willy (2014) Partisanship, ideology, and political system support are the most important factors influencing voters’ electoral system preference. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Judge, David (2014) If we wish to hold MPs to account through some form of recall, then we should at least identify what we think they should be doing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Jäckle, Sebastian and König, Pascal D. (2016) Xenophobic violence after Brexit: how Britain could learn from Germany’s experience. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Kaivanto, Kim (2016) Not being smart about Article 50: the strategic considerations of an early 2017 notification. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Kakos, Michalis (2013) The deficit model of education views citizenship teaching as an imposition rather than a right. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Kang-Riou, Nicolas, Nolan, Aiofe, Klug, Francesca and O'Cinnneide, Colm (2014) “Highly problematic, to put it mildly”: Experts react to David Cameron’s pledge to repeal the Human Rights Act. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Karakas, Cemal (2013) The EU should offer a ‘gradual integration’ membership to Turkey, as well as to the UK if it decides to downscale its role in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Karen, Steadman (2014) Why improved support for people with mental health conditions can help economic recovery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Karppi, Tero (2015) Humans are losing the battle against social media algorithms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Karppi, Tero (2015) Interpreting foreign policy through discourse analysis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Kassimeris, George (2017) The London attack traumatised all of us living in the UK, but we must not allow it to poison and divide us. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Kassimeris, George and Jackson, Leonie (2014) The English Defence League’s ‘rational Islamophobia’ is a racist discourse, but it is not confined to the EDL. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Katwala, Sunder, Ballinger, Steve and Mattinson, Deborah (2016) Don’t know (where the women are): why the EU referendum campaigns haven’t engaged female voters. LSE Brexit (06 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2016) Hard Brexit? Only if it’s free. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2016) Hard Brexit? Only if it’s free. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2016) It’s NOT the economy, stupid: Brexit as a story of personal values. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2016) It’s NOT the economy, stupid: Brexit as a story of personal values. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2014) London is less integrated than the rest of the country, a report finds. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2015) Partition: It’s time to recognise reality in Syria. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2015) Positive contact or “white flight”?: why whites in diverse places are more tolerant of immigration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2014) Turning off the European migration tap may actually hasten ethnic change in Britain, ironically leading to an own-goal for UKIP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2017) Why the fear of Islamization is driving populist right support, and what to do about it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2014) The lessons of Clacton and Heywood: Why UKIP will damage the Tories in 2015 but may ultimately harm Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Kavanagh, Aileen (2013) The British sense of reserve has much to commend it, but it would be difficult to codify in a constitution. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Kaye, Simon (2015) Friedrich Hayek and the left: A response to Simon Griffiths. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Kaye, Simon (2015) On the complex relationship between political ignorance and democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Keating, Michael (2014) Scotland could end up as a kind of post-sovereign polity in a looser union with England. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Keith, Michael (2014) Events in the local elections in Tower Hamlets have provoked national interest and display worrying signs of division. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Keith, Michael (2014) The PwC report on Tower Hamlets highlights fundamental tensions in local democracy, not always thought through clearly in new mayoral systems. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Kellner, Peter and Brown, Stuart A. (2013) Five minutes with Peter Kellner: “History could repeat itself in a British referendum on EU membership”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin (2011) The Liberal Democrats’ intended tax changes are about to cause trouble for the Treasury. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin (2011) Social mobility has increased in past decades, but there has been no ‘revolution’ in opportunity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin (2011) Those on low-to-middle incomes now face staggering reductions in real wages and cuts to tax credits – the recent Budget offers them very little relief. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin and Whittaker, Matthew (2011) Household consumption will be pivotal in the resumption of growth, but consumer concerns about rising household debt may but the brakes on spending. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, John (2016) Upbeat and in the margins: the British Trotskyist Left and their exceptionally poor election results. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Paul (2011) Book review: the merits of ‘Big Society’ and where it will take us. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Paul (2011) Multiculturalism is not a coherent policy that can be abandoned; David Cameron’s speech reveals more continuity with Labour’s ‘British national identity’ project than a radical departure from his ‘liberal conservatism’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Kenealy, Daniel (2016) The Scottish Government’s Brexit proposals are politically savvy and all-but-impossible. LSE Brexit (22 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Kenealy, Daniel (2015) Scottish Labour face a multitude of problems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Kenealy, Daniel (2014) While an independent Scotland would undoubtedly be able to join the EU, the timing and terms of membership remain uncertain. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Kenealy, Daniel and MacLennan, Stuart (2017) Sturgeon’s case for Indyref2 is a shaky one. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Kenny, Meryl and Mackay, Fiona (2015) A political earthquake forecast for Scotland – but will there be a genderquake? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Kenny, Meryl and Mackay, Fiona (2015) A political earthquake forecast for Scotland – but will there be a genderquake? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Kenny, Michael (2012) The ‘progressive alliance’ idea is no longer a meaningful basis for a Labour-LibDem rapprochement, but there is much common ground that remains between the two parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Kerr, David (2014) We need renewed political commitment to citizenship education and ongoing monitoring of its provision in schools. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Kershaw, David (2016) The British Constitution’s failure to manage existential risk: back to basics. LSE Brexit (08 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Kershaw, David (2016) How ‘the story’ subsumed ‘The Vote’: we have no meaningful direction about the terms of Brexit. LSE Brexit (07 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Kessler, Philip (2016) Racing for the exit? How the EU has influenced Britain’s competition policy. LSE Brexit (06 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Kettell, Steven (2015) Sticks and stones: the use of anti-secular discourse in Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Khan, Sadiq and Brown, Stuart A. (2016) Interview with Sadiq Khan: “London must have a seat at the table during the negotiations to leave the EU”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

King, Peter (2011) Cameron’s pragmatic responses to the politics of the last year shows that despite his progressive agenda, he is well within the mainstream of Conservative traditions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2011) Blog Entry.

King, Roger (2011) The government’s plans for risk-based regulation for the higher education sector will encourage more risky and competitive behaviour among institutions, with potentially dire consequences. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

King, Russell (2017) ‘What have I done to deserve this?’ The aftershocks of Brexit for London’s EU migrants. LSE Brexit (10 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Kippen, Sean (2013) US and UK media reactions to the UK government’s defeat on Syrian intervention. LSE American Politics and Policy (USAPP) Blog (02 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean (2013) Book review: Myths, politicians, and money: the truth behind the free market. LSE Review of Books (29 Aug 2013) Blog.

Kippin, Sean (2013) Book review: in it together: the inside story of the coalition government. LSE Review of Books (30 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean (2014) Lord Armstrong’s EU Bill Amendment shows the way forward for the framing of referendum questions. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean (2015) Ten key contests to look out for on election night in the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean (2016) Why sticking with Labour is likely to be the Co-operative Party’s quickest route back to power. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean and Berry, Richard (2013) The Electoral Commission’s advice to Parliament about the wording of any referendum question on the European Union shows welcome progress in its thinking. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean and Cullinane, Carl (2014) Yes or no, the Scottish independence referendum has been good for democracy on both sides of the border. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Kippin, Sean and Photiadou, Artemis (2016) Limited worldviews and ideological cross-dressing: Theresa May and Gordon Brown’s premierships. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Kirkham, Richard and Martin, Jane (2014) The creation of an English Public Services Ombudsman: mapping a way forward. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Kissane, Bill (2011) The debate in the UK about codifying our constitution is now less fractious: but looking overseas can help us to understand why this discussion should continue. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Kleine, Mareike (2016) Britain’s role in world affairs will be dwarfed post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (11 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Kleine, Mareike (2014) How to be a good European Commissioner and still serve the British interest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Kleine, Mareike (2016) Utopian fantasies: the myths peddled by referendum campaigners. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Kleine, Mareike and Minaudier, Clement (2016) May’s decision to trigger Article 50 by March 2017 is unwise. LSE Brexit (06 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Kline, Roger (2014) Race equality is a challenge the NHS must rise to. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Klinger, Jochen (2017) Brexit may herald a serious threat to Germany: its negotiating position will reflect that. LSE Brexit (31 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Klug, Francesca (2010) Human values, not tabloid values. Opendemocracy (26 Mar 2010) Opinion Piece.

Klug, Francesca (2009) “Solidity or wind?” What’s on the menu in the bill of rights debate? Opendemocracy (12 Feb 2009) Opinion Piece.

Klug, Francesca (2010) Why has the left become so illiberal? Opendemocracy (18 Jun 2010) Opinion Piece.

Kmezić, Marco (2016) Croatia’s blocking of Serbia’s EU integration: another case of bilateral conditionality in the Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Knight, Daniel Martyn (2013) The desire to blame Greece for the eurocrisis ensures that the Greek people pay the price, while the elites responsible get away free. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Knott, Eleanor (2016) Michael Gove is arguing the UK should be like states that want to join the EU. LSE Brexit (20 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Knott, Judith (2016) Philip Hammond should shelve Osborne’s plan to cut corporation tax. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Knox, Tim (2012) A cut in the corporation tax may not be popular but it would be beneficial to everyone. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Knrishnan, Sneha (2013) Book review: The meaning of matrimony: debating same sex marriage. LSE Review of Books (01 Aug 2013) Blog.

Koehler, Sebastian (2016) Why the UK must trigger Article 50 immediately. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Koob, Marion (2015) Book review: the House of Commons: an anthropology of MPs at work by Emma Crewe. LSE Review of Books (01 Sep 2015) Blog.

Kooths, Stefan (2016) Punishing Britain with a tough Brexit will harm everyone. LSE Brexit (10 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Korris, Matt (2011) The select committee system is more effective than ever before. Now, a thorough review of their core tasks and resources is needed, to avoid them being bogged down under the weight of increasing workload and expectations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Korris, Matt, Mycock, Andy, Leston-Bandeira, Cristina and Kippin, Sean (2014) Meaningful scrutiny, or a PR stunt? experts respond to Ed Miliband’s proposal for a ‘Public PMQs’. Democratic Audit Blog (31 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Kostovicova, Denisa (2016) Reaction to Brexit around Europe: how the result affects the Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Kostovicova, Denisa (2016) What previous political divorces in Europe tell us about the emotional impact of Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Kreilinger, Valentin (2015) David Cameron’s proposal to give national parliaments a ‘red card’ over EU laws is deeply flawed. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Kuha, Jouni (2015) Explaining the Exit Poll. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Kulich , Clara (2015) The glass cliff: Evidence that women and ethnic minorities contest “hopeless” seats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Kundnani, Hans (2016) Enough of the hegemony: why Germany really wants the UK to stay in the EU. LSE Brexit (23 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Kuzemko, Caroline (2016) Depoliticising energy policy: transformative ideas won’t happen when technocrats are in charge. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Lacey, Nicola (2013) Denying prisoners the vote creates a barrier to their reintegration into society. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Lamprinakou, Chrysa (2012) Book review: how has the British political system developed? A new guide for students. LSE Review of Books (29 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Lang, Tim and Schoen, Victoria (2016) Food security and Brexit: how the CAP began. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Langella, Monica and Manning, Alan (2016) Who voted Leave: the characteristics of individuals mattered, but so did those of local areas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Lannoo, Karel (2016) Leaving the EU will be detrimental for the future of the City. LSE Brexit (20 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Lara Otaola, Miguel Angel (2016) Brexit and the tragedy of Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Larcinese, Valentino (2015) Crime and punishment the British way: how the expenses scandal affected the 2010 general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Larcinese, Valentino (2010) Is the UK parliament too large? British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Larcinese, Valentino (2016) There is no such thing as the ‘will of the people’ – Brexit needs the involvement of parliament. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Larcinese, Valentino (2012) The UK should embrace the public financing of political parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Larragy, Adam (2013) Book review: John Hume and the revision of Irish nationalism. LSE Review of Books (28 Jun 2013) Blog Entry.

Laurence, James (2015) The UK experienced a sharp drop in volunteering behaviour following the Great Recession. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Laurison, Daniel and Friedman, Sam (2015) ‘Poshness tests’ and the class ceiling: there is much more research to be done. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Lavery, Scott and Greem, Jeremy (2015) Quantitative easing and labour market restructuring underline the ‘regressive recovery’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Lawrence, Matthew (2014) For the good of society, we need a democratic reformation of finance. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Layard, Richard (2011) Government’s role should be to increase happiness and reduce misery. Policy analysis must be recast to reflect outcomes in terms of changes to happiness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Layard, Richard (2014) We need a programme for national wellbeing, with mental health at its core. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Lazowski, Adam (2016) Is Turkey going to join the EU in the next decade? Not likely, Mr Gove. LSE Brexit (24 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Lazowski, Adam (2016) One against 27: the pitfalls of Brexit negotiations with the EU. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian (2010) Greater choice and competition in the NHS now provides a mature set of solutions whose time has come. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Le Roux, Nat (2014) Elective dictatorship? The democratic mandate concept has become dangerously over-extended. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Le Roux, Nat (2014) The Wright reforms changed Parliament, but there remains scope for further reform. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Lea, Ruth (2016) After Brexit, access to EFTA’s suite of trade agreements would be an economic boost. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Lea, Ruth (2016) After a Leave vote the UK would have a strong hand in any trade negotiations. LSE Brexit (20 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Lea, Ruth (2017) Post-Brexit trade can thrive under WTO rules. LSE Brexit (27 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Lebo, Matthew and Norpoth, Helmut (2015) PM-Pendulum Model: Conservatives Edge Labour in Votes and Seats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Lecours, Andre (2014) What the independence referendums in Québec suggest about Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Lee, Lois (2016) The nonreligious are Britain’s hidden majority. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Lee, Peter (2013) Book Review: British generals in Blair’s wars. LSE Review of Books (09 Dec 2013) Blog.

Leech, Dennis (2016) Would the UK gain or lose power if it leaves the EU? Voting power analysis suggests big losses. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Leigh, Dominic and Ramanauskas, Ben (2016) The £8bn question: would local councils be better off outside the EU? LSE Brexit (31 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Leruth, Benjamin (2016) The UK’s renegotiation proposal: a good compromise, but much needs to be done to convince voters. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Leston-Bandeira, Cristina (2014) Parliaments use social media mainly as a reporting tool rather than for public engagement. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Letta, Enrico and Taylor, Ros (2016) Italian ex-PM Enrico Letta: ‘We have to move towards a two-circle Europe’. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lettieri, Antonio (2016) The EU’s flawed future after Brexit: the referendum result reflected Europe’s failures, not British exceptionalism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Abolishing quotas for students with high A level grades will not drive down university fees. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Budget 2011: Fiscally neutral, and some ‘radical’ planning changes, but the devil is definitely in the detail. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Budget 2011: The new flat rate pension will reduce poverty among the retired, but employers who offer good pensions may be penalised financially as a result. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2010) Hard choices in UK public policy – railways. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The Higher Education White Paper is a good start at introducing real competition between universities for academic places. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Housing is expensive in Britain. This is because we have built too few houses for the number of new households – land auctions will help give us the homes we need. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Only competitive tension will keep student fees down – it is time to quit the quotas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2010) Third debate – economic affairs: what our experts said. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) This was a Tory budget from a Tory Chancellor. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) With the budget on the horizon, the government should take the opportunity to create a fairer and more equal tax system for pensioners. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Without a greater focus on education, the government’s strategy of transferring more power to cities may struggle to deliver growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The government’s proposed cap on benefits is based upon a questionable grasp of how the benefits system actually works, and would exacerbate difficulties for poor, out of work families. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Levin, Scott (2012) Book review: Alistair Darling leaves the Brown-bashing out of his memoirs. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Levitt, Ruth and Solesbury , William (2013) Government “tsars” need to be accountable, too. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Lewis, David (2011) There is no crisis of civic participation: The Big Society risks undermining the integrity of both state and civil society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Lewis, David (2011) The voluntary sector is at the centre of the government’s Big Society plans: this may offer the possibility of better services, but not necessarily cheaper ones. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Leys, Colin (2015) The private provision of NHS clinical services: how is the NHS handling the contracts? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Liddle, Roger (2015) Understanding Cameron’s renegotiations: the ‘ever-closer union’ problem. LSE Brexit (09 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Lipsey, David (2011) Nick Clegg’s proposals for reform of the House of Lords just don’t work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Liu, Shuo (2013) Book review: Refugees, capitalism and the British state: implications for social workers, volunteers and activists. LSE Review of Books (24 May 2013) Blog Entry.

Llaudes, Salvador (2016) The UK’s referendum and Spain: a Brexit is unlikely to be welcomed by Spanish citizens. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2012) Civil servants advising opposition parties: can we afford not to do this? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2012) The party that wins the next election and which gets the economy moving will be the one which can fashion certainty, peace of mind and fairness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, Michael (2016) Nostalgia, xenophobia, anti-neoliberalism: the roots of Leave’s nationalism. LSE Brexit (15 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, Michael (2016) The left must stop indulging anti-EU sentiment and get behind Remain. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Lodge, Guy (2011) Unlike the Scots and the Welsh, Londoners seem content with limited devolution and weak mayoral powers- at least, for now. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Lodge, Guy and Kenny, Michael (2012) How to win the argument for Lords reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Lodge, Guy and Trench, Alan (2014) More devolution would benefit and improve the whole of the United Kingdom. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Loewe, Marie-Noelle (2015) The coalition myth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Lorimer, Marta (2016) Blame it on the migrants and Schengen: far right and eurosceptic reactions to the Brussels attacks. LSE Brexit (29 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lorimer, Marta (2016) Europe’s far right parties have also been toying with the idea of quitting the EU. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Lorimer, Marta (2016) Les Républicains primary: the runners and riders as the French centre-right selects its presidential candidate. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Loughead, Jamie (2016) What are the odds? An insider perspective from the political betting market. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Loveday, Barry (2013) Back to the future by way of an Independent (Police) Commission: the Stevens Report in effect only pursues an established police agenda. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Low, Adrian (2016) Brexit is not the will of the British people – it never has been. LSE Brexit (24 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Low, Adrian (2017) In some respects the Brexit referendum was a violation of human rights. LSE Brexit (31 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Lubbock, Tom (2015) Thinking specifically about your own constituency…. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Lubbock, Tom (2015) Will the electoral system continue to ‘skew’ towards Labour in 2015? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Lubbock, Tom (2015) The new “skew” of the electoral system in 2015. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Ludford, Sarah, Judah, Ben, Bickerton, Christopher, Smith, Julie and Travers, Tony (2016) Can London live without the EU? LSE BrexitVote Podcast. LSE Brexit (13 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ludlow, N. Piers (2016) Britain’s liberal elite can’t wash their hands of Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Lumsden, Karen (2014) Book review: Lush life: constructing organized crime in the UK by Dick Hobbs. LSE Review of Books (02 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Lupton, Ruth (2012) Not everyone is Sir Alex Ferguson: systemic constraints, not just individual leadership, are responsible for persistent differences in school standards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Lynch, Peter (2012) The middle option between full independence and the status quo could be central to the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

MacFarland, Caroline and Owen, Katy (2016) Young people’s voices went unheard: the Brexit generational divide. LSE Brexit (28 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Machin, Stephen (2015) Real wages and living standards: the latest UK evidence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Machin, Stephen and Van Reenen, John (2010) LSE centre for economic performance – inequality: still high, but labour’s policies kept it down. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Macmillan, Lindsey (2014) Elitist Britain: We need a better understanding of the routes through which those from more advantaged backgrounds access top careers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Macnicol, John (2016) What do we mean by the ‘underclass’? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Maddocks, John and Myers, Jan (2016) Public service ethos: the blending values of public and mutual organisations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Main, Gill (2016) Measuring child poverty: proposed changes will push families into unacceptable hardship. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Malone, Chris (2016) Cabinet collective responsibility: how it works, and why it survives. LSE Brexit (21 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Manek, Nizar (2013) Book review: The political power of the business corporation. LSE Review of Books (23 Aug 2013) Blog.

Manger, Mark S. (2016) David Davis has demonstrated a decidedly muddled understanding of trade policy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Manger, Mark S. (2017) Following May’s speech, we now have a clear picture of what an EU-UK free trade agreement could look like. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Manji, Ambreena and Cullen, Daniel (2016) Making UK aid work: why scrutiny is key – and how to achieve it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2014) The 50p tax rate is a small price to pay for the privilege of being able to live and work in our society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2015) Attempts to raise more tax revenue from the wealthy need to go hand in hand with strong rules against avoidance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2015) The National Living Wage: a policy experiment well worth trying. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2011) The evidence shows that multiculturalism in the UK has succeeded in fostering a sense of belonging among minorities, but it has paid too little attention to how to sustain support among parts of the white population. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Mansell, Robin (2012) Communications data and civil liberties under threat. LSE Media Policy Project (30 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Mansell, Robin (2012) Queen’s speech: the promise of new communications data legislation. LSE Media Policy Project (16 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Mantouvalou, Virginia (2016) Modern slavery? The UK visa system and the exploitation of migrant domestic workers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Manzella, Pietro (2013) Book review: Union voices: tactics and tensions in UK organising. LSE Review of Books (28 Jun 2013) Blog Entry.

Maor, Moshe (2014) Policy bubbles: What factors drive their birth, maturity and death? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Marangozov, Rachel and Williams, Matthew (2016) How will Brexit affect the NHS? The English trusts that depend most on EU nurses. LSE Brexit (29 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Marcinkiewicz, Kamil (2014) There are costs and benefits to rotating the names of candidates on ballot papers. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Marengo, Umberto (2016) Avoiding a Brexit will be crucial for the success of Europe’s Capital Markets Union. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Mares, Isabela and Queralt, Didac (2016) Income tax was not the result of democratisation, and governments should take note. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Margetts, Helen (2016) Denial, anger, and acceptance: moving to the next phase of the British far-right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2016) Debate: Why Blue Labour is a dead end. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2016) UKIP on the up? The future looks set to play into their hands, it’s just a matter of grabbing it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2016) Why both camps in Labour’s internal struggle may be wrong about electability. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2015) The fragmentation of Britain’s party system may have contributed to the Lib Dems’ demise. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Marie, Oliver (2010) LSE Centre for Economic Performance: reducing crime: more police, more prisons or more pay? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Marino, Bruno and Diodati, Nicola Martocchia (2016) Whatever its outcome, the Brexit referendum is likely to strengthen anti-EU rhetoric in Italy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Marino, Bruno and Martocchia, Nicola (2016) The great excuse: how Renzi could exploit the UK’s EU deal. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Marinova, Dani (2014) Economic performance does not necessarily improve when under-performing governments are ejected by the voters. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Marler, Sylvia and Porcaro, Giuseppe (2016) Changing our political culture: how to make politics great (again). British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Marmot, Michael (2012) Growing health inequalities within local authorities suggest a need for a renewed focus on addressing poverty and child development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Marsden, Sarah (2015) Cameron’s counter extremism plan rests on shaky foundations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Marsh, Alex (2012) Open public service reform should not be a cover for serving corporate interests: mutualism and its fellows could instead serve to enhance industrial democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Marsh, Ian (2013) Parliamentary committees could hold the answer to Britain’s democratic decline. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Marshall, Adam (2016) The referendum is not the only thing that matters to British business. LSE Business Review (23 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Martin, Chris (2014) Banks must be organised and regulated to benefit the wider economy rather than their own more narrow interests. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Martin, Ralf (2010) LSE centre for economic performance – climate change: consensus on the long run targets, but will we get policies that deliver? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Marx, Paul and Schumacher, Gijs (2016) Welfare cuts – how framing influences support. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Masselot, Annick, Guerrina, Roberta and McLellan, Bridgette (2016) What part did the EU play in raising women’s pensionable age? LSE Brexit (16 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Massey, Andrew (2011) Book review: the end of the West: the once and future Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Matsuo, Akitaka and Benoit, Kenneth (2017) More positive, assertive and forward-looking: how Leave won Twitter. LSE Brexit (16 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

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) Blog Entry.

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) Blog Entry.

Matthews, Kent (2016) The economic case for a Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Maybin, Jo (2016) How proximity and trust are key factors in getting research to feed into policymaking. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

McAllister, Laura (2013) The UK Government’s recent approach to the Silk Commission has been inflexibile and unimaginative. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

McAngus, Craig (2014) Better Together’s campaign creates a strategic dilemma for Scottish Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 May 2014) Blog Entry.

McAngus, Craig (2016) What does Brexit mean for those campaigning for Scottish independence? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

McAngus, Craig (2015) The election has transformed Scottish politics, and created a context where another referendum is possible. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2015) Blog Entry.

McCarthy, David and Armstrong, Angus (2014) ‘Plan B’: What are an independent Scotland’s currency options? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

McClymont, Gregg (2010) In Post Office privatization, fair regulatory rules can protect service levels and stop the excesses of previous privatizations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

McConalogue, Jim (2017) Book Review: The Cabinet Office: 1916-2016. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

McConalogue, Jim (2016) Book review: the coalition effect, 2010-2015 edited by Anthony Seldon & Mike Finn. LSE Review of Books (04 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

McCormick, John (2014) The UK’s opposition to the EU is driven by a lack of information and undirected hostility. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

McCrone, David, Smith, Graham, Katwala, Sunder, Kenny, Michael, Bonney, Norman, Mycock, Andy and Copus, Colin (2014) If England players must sing the national anthem at the football World Cup, it should not be ‘God Save the Queen’. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

McEwen, Nicola (2015) Scotland – an SNP Tsunami? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

McFadden, Pat and Tarrant, Andy (2015) The Swiss model doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. LSE Brexit (10 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

McGettigan, Andrew (2014) Increasing involvement of private finance in the higher education sector will have important consequences for academic institutions in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

McGettigan, Andrew (2014) There are plenty of things the Chancellor could be doing to halt the growth of inequality and help some of the 13 million people living in poverty in the UK today. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

McGovern, Patrick (2016) Five problems with UK immigration control post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (11 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

McGuire, Alistair and Cooper, Zack (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: health – higher spending has improved quality, but productivity must increase. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

McHargh, Aileen (2014) Devo-max could complicate David Cameron’s plans to repeal the Human Rights Act. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

McIlveen, Robert (2010) The current Boundary Review does not go far enough in improving the process for defining Westminster constituencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

McLaren, John and Armstrong, Jo (2014) Falling North Sea tax revenue out-turns and forecasts highlight why Scotland’s future fiscal balance is expected to be worse off than the UK’s. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

McLean, Iain (2014) The Smith Commission Report is short, but packs a big punch. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

McLean, Iain (2011) Talking to Honourable Members: advice for academics on giving evidence to Parliamentary committees. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 May 2011) Blog Entry.

McLean, Iain (2014) What will it really cost to set up an independent Scotland? A critique of Patrick Dunleavy’s report. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

McLean, Iain (2013) William Gladstone might have the answer to the ‘West Lothian’ question. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

McLean, Iain, Brown, Coree, Bonney, Norman, McAngus, Craig and Cairney, Paul (2014) “Not bad for a 28-page report”: experts respond to the Smith Commission’s proposals on Scottish governance. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

McMahon, Simon (2016) The UK’s plans to prevent migration from Libya show a dangerous unwillingness to learn from the past. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

McMahon, Simon (2013) The debate on accountability of public service partnerships needs to be evidence based. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

McNally, Sandra (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: evaluating education policies: the evidence from economic research. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

McNally, Tom (2011) Transparency is the foundation of accountability. The government is committed to Freedom of Information and to opening up public authorities to greater scrutiny to allow the public to hold them to account. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

McNeill, Jenny (2017) Gamers or victims: how can you ‘play the game’ on benefits if you don’t know the rules? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Mcdonagh, Luke T. (2012) The government’s copyright policy causes both frustration and excitement in the music industry. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Mead, David (2011) Swingeing public sector cuts are likely to generate an autumn and winter of discontent. We need a new public debate on the role of the police and legitimate forms of political protest and direct action. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Meckled-Garcia, Saladin (2011) The Conservatives cannot ‘wriggle’ their way out of the European Convention on Human Rights, even by introducing a British Bill of Rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Medford, Wayne (2017) Solidarity that cuts across racial and gender lines: reflections upon the Grunwick strike. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Meeks, Geoff (2017) Engineering financial distress: transplanting banking techniques to the NHS? British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Meeks, Geoff and Meeks, J. Gay (2015) The curious case of bank tax since the bailout. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

MeeksWhitley, Edgar (2015) The government’s Verify service demonstrates the benefits of focusing on user needs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Melding, David (2013) Yes or no, the Scottish independence referendum will have a lasting impact on the coherence of the multi-national state. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Melissaris, Emmanuel (2010) The Big Society is an illiberal concept that promotes subjective moral beliefs and threatens to entrench private interests in public life. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Melo, Daniela F. and Stockemer, Daniel (2014) Evidence from Britain, France and Germany shows young people are engaged in more direct forms of political participation, beyond voting. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Menon, Anand (2015) The next UK government must not let talk of a Brexit undermine its attempts to influence EU decision-making. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Mestres, Laia, Jokela, Juha, Bahovski, Erkki and Pegasiou, Adonis (2015) European views on the UK’s renegotiation: Spain, Finland, Estonia and Cyprus. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Metinsoy, Saliha (2016) Joining a terrorist organisation and committing violence – what drives individuals? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Mian, Emran (2014) If Westminster politicians think that a No vote in the referendum represents a final victory, they are in for a rude surprise. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Mian, Emran (2014) A ‘No’ vote in the referendum will not represent a final victory over Scottish nationalism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Mian, Emran (2014) This was an anti-investment Budget. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Middleton, Alia (2015) What effect do leader visits to constituencies have on a party’s vote? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Mila, Costas, Worrall, Tim and Zymek, Robert (2016) Stock returns after a Brexit vote: the winners and the losers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Milas, Costas (2015) How monitoring online ‘Brexit’ talk can weigh the EU referendum result. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Milas, Costas (2016) Let Mark Carney do his job – why this is not the time to replace the Governor of the Bank of England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Milas, Costas (2015) To raise or not to raise interest rates? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Milas, Costas (2015) To raise or not to raise interest rates? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Milas, Costas (2015) To raise or not to raise interest rates? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Milas, Costas (2013) The biggest threat to Britain’s credit rating is a possible exit from the EU. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Milazzo, Caitlin (2014) Voters in marginal constituencies know more about parties’ policy positions than those in safe seats. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Miletzki, Janna and Wardrop, Hazel (2015) Political representation in Britain is becoming more diverse; political engagement less so. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Milic, Thomas and Serdült, Uwe (2016) Were the Brits Swiss, they would still have voted to leave. LSE Brexit (29 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Millar, Jane and Bennett, Fran (2016) Giving back control? A contradiction at the heart of Universal Credit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Miller, Cherry (2015) The West Midlands – a bellwether for the election? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Miller, Robin and Powell, Martin (2014) Why ‘privatisation of the NHS’ (the term not the concept) should be banned. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Mills, Pete (2014) Voting advice applications promote political engagement and an informed electorate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Minford, Patrick (2016) Being in the EU is like being ruled by a foreign power immune to the normal processes of political economy. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2014) It remains open whether the September 2014 referendum will prove ‘historic’ in any meaningful way for most Scots. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Mitchell, James (2016) What does Brexit mean for Scottish politics? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Mitchell, Paul (2010) How will Northern Ireland vote in 2010? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Modood, Tariq (2016) Multiculturalism can foster a new kind of post-Brexit Englishness. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Mollett, Amy (2011) David Cameron may finally have found community spirit amongst the riot clean up, but recent events spell the end for his Big Society fantasy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Mondon, Aurélien (2014) Disproportionate media focus risks elevating radical right insurgent parties to the status of serious contenders. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Montaigne, Maxine (2017) The Econocracy: The Perils of Leaving Economics to the Experts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Montgomerie, Johnna (2015) The UK’s debt economy creates new forms of inequality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Moore, Alex (2011) Book review: why Britain must fight for a fairer society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Moore, Tom (2016) Community-led housing: the evolution of partnerships between CLTs and housing associations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Moran, Danielle (2011) The spectacular fall from grace of Ireland’s Fianna Fail should serve as a warning to the UK and other governments across Europe who are treating the financial crisis with ill-tasting austerity measures. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, Danielle, Mollett, Amy and Gilson, Christopher (2011) What further options might work in boosting the police capacity to handle urban disorders and riot emergencies? The pros and cons of a bigger police reserve, curfews, and army deployments. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, Matthew (2014) Big data brings new power to open-source intelligence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Moreno, Luis (2014) Scotland’s support for EU membership could be a defining factor in the campaign for Scottish independence. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Morillas, Pol (2016) The elephant in the room: Brexit and the EU’s Global Strategy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Morisi, Davide (2016) Brexit and Scottish independence: does campaign information actually change voters’ minds during a referendum? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Morris, Graham (2013) Accountability and transparency demand that Freedom of Information requirements should be an essential corollary of receiving public funding, throughout the whole of the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Mossialos, Elias, Simpkin, Victoria L., Keown, Oliver and Darzi, Ara (2016) Staff, drugs, research, TTIP, patients: how would Brexit affect the NHS? LSE Brexit (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Moullin, Sophie (2017) ‘They can move’ – or can they? Freedom of movement, Brexit and working-class stasis. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Mueller, Ben (2015) Book review: sex, lies and the ballot box: 50 things you need to know about British Elections by Philip Cowley and Robert Ford. LSE Review of Books (19 Feb 2015) Blog.

Mughan, Anothony (2015) On the dynamics of leader effects in British general elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Mughan, Anthony (2015) On the dynamics of leader effects in British general elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Mulgan, Geoff (2010) In improving public services and social innovation, the design world has vital insights to offer: but designers must go beyond evangelism to show greater rigour about methods and limits. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Mulhall, Daniel (2016) Daniel Mulhall, Irish Ambassador: why I hope the UK will remain in the European Union. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Mulheirn, Ian (2012) Osborne should make cuts from low-growth areas, and recycle the money into high-impact spending to boost the economy while sticking to the deficit reduction plan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Munce, Peter (2012) Cameron’s approach to a British bill of rights lacks solutions and is essentially unconservative in nature. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Munce, Peter (2012) Conservatives in coalition government series: concluding remarks. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Munce, Peter (2013) Replacing the Human Rights Act would be a risk that could backfire on the Conservatives. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo (2015) David Cameron’s tactics may take the UK out of the EU, and Scotland out of the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo (2017) Miller in the Supreme Court: a welcome reminder of the function of a constitution and the rule of law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) Brexit against the wishes of Scotland and Northern Ireland would violate the UK’s constitutional settlement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) British sovereignty post-Brexit: why the Great ‘Repeal’ Act will actually weaken Parliament. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) The Great ‘Repeal’ Act will leave Parliament sidelined and disempowered. LSE Brexit (21 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) The High Court judgment on Article 50 is a proper drubbing for the government. LSE Brexit (03 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) The High Court ruling explained: an embarrassing lesson for Theresa May’s government. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2017) Miller in the Supreme Court: a welcome reminder of the function of a constitution and the rule of law. LSE Brexit (24 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2017) The Supreme Court ruling explained: The government requires primary legislation before it can change the constitution. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2015) A referendum on Britain’s EU membership is a sure fire way to encourage the breakup of the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal and Toubeau, Simon (2016) Sovereignty is an illusion: the UK should use its power-sharing experience to play a constructive role in the EU. LSE Brexit (29 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal and Trotter, Sarah (2016) Fundamental rights and fundamental fears. LSE Brexit (17 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Murr, Andreas (2015) Citizens forecast a hung parliament with the Conservatives as the largest party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Murray, Rainbow (2015) Merit vs Equality? The argument that gender quotas violate meritocracy is based on fallacies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Mycock, Andrew (2015) Learning to vote? Don’t start with a referendum. LSE Brexit (03 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Mycock, Andy and Tonge, Jonathan (2014) The Government needs to implement Youth Citizenship Commission proposals to turn schools into ‘sites of democracy’. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Myers, Martin (2015) Traveller planning policy continues to marginalise Gypsy families. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Myślińska, Dagmar Rita (2016) Incomplete Europeans: Polish migrants’ experience of discrimination in the UK is complicated by their whiteness. LSE Brexit (09 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Myślińska, Dagmar Rita (2016) Migration arguments supporting Brexit appear to be backed by animus. LSE Brexit (23 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Myślińska, Dagmar Rita (2016) Post-Brexit hate crimes against Poles are an expression of long-standing prejudices and contestation over white identity in the UK. LSE Brexit (29 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Möller, Almut, Tzogopoulos, George, Bilčík, Vladimír and Zuleeg, Fabian (2015) European views on the UK’s renegotiation: Germany, Greece, Slovakia and the EU’s institutions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Müller, Mareike (2016) We should ensure women’s rights are safeguarded in the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Nakatudde, Nambassa (2017) Unsourced and incomplete: how referendum campaign leaflets misused statistics. LSE Brexit (18 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Nehushtan, Yossi (2016) Why there should not be a General Election ‘about the EU’ – and why the UK isn’t a democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2012) The London Mayoral election shows how politicians talk about crime-related issues and provides clues as to what we can expect from Police and Crime Commissioners. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2013) The Stevens Report is an impressive document that offers potentially interesting templates for the future of policing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2013) Stopping and searching for reform: the Home Secretary’s latest initiative may finally lead to a radical overhaul. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2013) This is not quite the death knell for the probation service, but it is certainly the most radical change it has ever seen. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2011) The long standing tension between police and politicians needs to be dealt with now. We cannot keep politics out of the police, and we should not seek to. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2016) A most extraordinary scandal: Hillsborough. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Newis , Philippa (2014) The government is losing out financially by failing to support single parents to gain further qualifications. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Nicolescu, Agnes, Larsen, Henrik, Heine, Sophie and Huberty, Martine (2015) European views on the UK’s renegotiation: Romania, Denmark, Belgium and Luxembourg. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Nitoiu, Cristian (2015) Leaving the EU might revive Britain’s influence on the foreign policies of the new EU member states. LSE Brexit (18 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Norris, Emma (2012) Policy gold or wooden spoon? Is there a case for putting government targets into law? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Norris, Maria W. (2016) Book review: veiled threats: representing the Muslim woman in public policy discourses by Naaz Rashid. LSE Review of Books (24 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Norris, Pippa (2010) Lack of women at Westminster. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Norris, Pippa (2010) Why the Cameron-Clegg coalition will be a shock to both Tory and Liberal Democrat voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Norris, Pippa (2015) The debate – a gender gap in leadership performance? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Norton, Lord (2014) The size of the House of Lords is pushing 900 – and needs to come down. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Novy, Dennis (2015) Britain needs Europe a lot more than Europe needs Britain. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Novy, Dennis (2015) Britain needs Europe a lot more than Europe needs Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Novy, Dennis (2015) Governments need a more convincing narrative if they want to sway the public debate on TTIP. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2012) Book review: doing politics. LSE Review of Books (07 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2012) Book review: parliamentary socialisation: learning the ropes or determining behaviour? by Michael Rush and Philip Giddings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2011) Book review: working for policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2011) The arts and cultural sector faces ‘apocalyptic’ cuts in austere Britain. But new ways of looking at economic value can help to make the case for culture. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2011) The arts and cultural sector faces ‘apocalyptic’ cuts in austere Britain. But new ways of looking at economic value can help to make the case for culture. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

O'Leary, Brendan (2016) Detoxifying the UK’s exit from the EU: a multi-national compromise is possible. LSE Brexit (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

O'Leary, Brendan (2016) Exit plan: how Scotland and Northern Ireland can remain in the EU. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

O'Leary, Duncan (2015) When shareholders and customers have distinct interests. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

O'Regan, Michael (2013) Book review: Living in a low-carbon society in 2050. LSE Review of Books (19 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

O'Rourke, Kevin (2016) The lesson from Brexit is that too much market and too little state invites a backlash. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Oberthür, Sebastian (2016) How would a Brexit affect the environment? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Ogden, Chris (2014) UK-India relations: The courtier and the courted. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Adam (2011) New policy experiments using nudges have the potential to make a significant contribution to energy conservation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Dawn (2011) An independent Scrutiny Commission could take over the constitutionally valuable roles that the House of Lords presently performs, and at lower cost – whether we move to create an elected second chamber; or reform the unacceptable features of the current House of Lords; or just scrap a second chamber altogether. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2014) 10 questions for the EU about a Brexit. E!Sharp (Nov 2014) Opinion Piece.

Oliver, Tim (2016) After a Brexit: the EU that falls apart, continues to muddle through, or integrates further. LSE Brexit (13 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Brexit or Bremain for British security. Sustainable Security (03 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Brexit, stage left. The Mark News (28 Jun 2016) Opinion Piece.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Brexit: the many roads to a crisis? LSE Brexit blog (21 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Brexit: what happens next? LSE IDEAS Strategic Update (18 Jun 2016) Website.

Oliver, Tim (2016) A British exit from the EU is not casually overlooked in international relations. LSE Brexit (19 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) Cameron’s letter: European views on the UK’s renegotiation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) Can an in-out referendum solve the European question in British politics? E!Sharp (Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2014) Despite disastrous election results and an attempted leadership coup, there’s still hope for the Lib Dems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation III: President Schulz. LSE Brexit (09 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) European views on the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (25 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Forget independence for London: but the capital now needs its own devolved government more than ever. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) How future UK European referendums might happen. LSE Brexit (01 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) How the EU responds to a British withdrawal will be determined by five key factors. LSE Brexit (03 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) How will the EU interpret the Brexit vote? LSE Brexit blog (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Inglorious Brexit: the defence and security implications of Brexit. Dahrendorf Forum – Debating Europe (12 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) The Liberal Democrats in government: Marching towards the sound of gunfire. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) The Liberal Democrats in government: marching towards the sound of gunfire. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2014) London, England, Britain and Europe: places apart? British Politics Group (16 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Now! That’s what I call Brexit. Delving into the Brexicon. LSE Brexit (12 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Now! That’s what I call Brexit. Delving into the Brexicon. LSE Brexit (22 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Preparations for a Brexit VI: views from the EU’s institutions, France, and Germany. LSE Brexit (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Preparations for a Brexit: the EU will shape what happens after a vote to withdraw. LSE Brexit (13 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Scenarios of a new UK-EU relationship: a ‘harsh’ Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Shades of grey: is Brexit going to lead to European disintegration? LSE Brexit blog (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2011) Social democracy is the right path for the Labour Party, although Liberals should see fit to critique it: a return of ideology to political debates will make Liberal politics worth fighting for. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2017) Theory and Brexit: can theoretical approaches help us understand Brexit? LSE Brexit (14 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Trump will present an enormous challenge for the UK-US ‘Special Relationship’. LSE Brexit (09 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) The UK and Europe: ideas, interests, institutions, international and individuals: the five I's of Brexit. E!Sharp (Jul 2016) Opinion Piece.

Oliver, Tim (2015) UK national security and the Brexit debate – now more than ever they are closely locked. LSE Brexit blog (11 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) UK national security and the Brexit debate — now more than ever they are closely locked. LSE Brexit (11 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) The UK needs a devolved government for London. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) Understanding non-British views of Brexit. UK in a Changing Europe (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2014) The United Kingdom and Europe: should it come or go? European Geostrategy (26 Oct 2014) Opinion Piece.

Oliver, Tim (2016) We must not ignore the rise of English nationalism. Newsweek (26 Jul 2016) Opinion Piece.

Oliver, Tim (2015) Why it might not be all right on the Euro-referendum night. E!Sharp (Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) Will the UK’s general election lead to an in-out referendum? E!Sharp (2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) Will the ‘British question’ go away if Labour wins? E!Sharp (01 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) An elephant in the room: Brexit and the UK’s Defence Review. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) An in-out referendum will not solve the European question in British politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) The referendum will be decided in England – but it’s London that has most to lose. LSE Brexit (09 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2016) The rise of English nationalism is something British politicians can no longer ignore. LSE Brexit (12 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2015) The stance the rest of Europe takes on the British question will be crucial in shaping the UK’s EU referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Brok, Elmar, Corbett, Richard and Schöpflin, György (2015) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation: what do MEPs think? LSE Brexit (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Kammel, Arnold, Bartovic, Vladimír, Jokela, Juha, Tzogopoulos, George and Pace, Roderick (2016) Preparations for a Brexit IV: views from Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, and Malta. LSE Brexit (27 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Larsen, Henrik, Poli, Eleonora, Korteweg, Rem, Lovec, Marco and Mestres, Laia (2016) Preparations for a Brexit: views from Denmark, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Spain. LSE Brexit (21 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, McGuinness, Mairead, McAllister, David and Hübner, Danuta (2016) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation: what do MEPs think? Part II. LSE Brexit (04 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Poli, Eleonora, Möller, Almut, Lovec, Marco and Mestres, Laia (2016) EU views on the British vote to leave: Italy, Germany, Slovenia and Spain. LSE Brexit (21 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Primatarova, Antoinette, Pegasiou, Adonis, Huberty, Martine, Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Agata and Raimundo, António (2016) Preparations for a Brexit III: views from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Poland, and Portugal. LSE Brexit (06 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Willermain, Fabian, Gálik, Zoltán, Bruģe, Ilvija, Bilčík, Vladimír and Fägersten, Björn (2016) Preparations for a Brexit V: views from Belgium, Hungary, Latvia, Slovakia, and Sweden. LSE Brexit (14 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, de Jong, Dennis, Keller, Ska and Turmes, Claude (2016) The European Parliament and the UK’s renegotiation IV: what do MEPs think? LSE Brexit (12 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim, Šelo Šabić, Senada, Bahovski, Erkki, Gilmore, Andrew, Vaicekauskaite, Živilė and Nicolescu, Agnes (2016) Preparations for a Brexit II: views from Croatia, Estonia, Ireland, Lithuania and Romania. LSE Brexit (29 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Orton, Michael (2016) Building consensus across the political spectrum: designing solutions to socio-economic insecurity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Osman, Magda (2014) Claims by behavioural economists that our unconscious mind rules our behaviour lack sufficient scientific evidence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Otero-Iglesias, Miguel (2013) The eurozone crisis may need to get worse before it can be solved. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Otjes, Simon (2016) Is a Nexit now on the cards? What the UK’s referendum means for the Netherlands. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Ottaviano, Gianmarco, Peri, Giovanni and Wright, Greg (2015) We have been overlooking the relationship between immigration and international trade in services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Ottaviano, Gianmarco, Pessoa, Joao Paulo, Sampson, Thomas and Reenen, John Van (2014) Leaving the European Union is likely to have a significant negative economic impact. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Overman, Claire (2013) The European Court of Human Rights’ decision in MH v UK highlights the shortcomings in Britain’s mental health law. Democratic Audit Blog (31 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Overman, Claire (2014) The Home Office’s exclusion of Dieudonné raises important issues regarding the protection of freedom of expression. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Overman, Claire (2013) The legal regulation of Muslim dress is controversial in the UK, but education could help eradicate prejudice. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Overman, Claire (2014) The “right to be forgotten” demonstrates the need for legislative coverage of internet data protection. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry (2014) HS3 is unlikely to be enough to provide an effective counterbalance to London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) Budget 2011: Enterprise zones: right diagnosis, wrong treatment? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: urban renewal and regional growth: muddled objectives and mixed progress. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) London’s employment mix and the bank bailouts have helped it avoid the worst of the recession, but things do not look so rosy for the capital’s poor. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) The government’s growth review shows the need for serious debate on planning reforms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) The government’s new draft national planning policy framework focuses the planning system on redevelopment too greatly rather than on new development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) The impact of government grants: employment up, productivity down. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

O’Rourke, Brendan, Hogan, John and Donnelly, Paul F. (2014) UK political elite networks are formed early in life and in specific fee-paying schools. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Pabst, Adrian (2016) Blue-collar voters and the Left: Labour must reconnect with those it left behind. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Pabtist, Adrian (2016) Debate: Blue Labour is not a dead end, it’s part of the way forward – a response to Ben Margulies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) Even if the Liberal Democrats vote to oust the Conservatives before 2015 a new general election is still unlikely. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) Even if the Liberal Democrats vote to oust the Conservatives before 2015 a new general election is still unlikely. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) There will be no general election in 2014. Cameron can’t risk giving Miliband the gravitas boost of being Prime Minister and throwing his own party into turmoil. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) The compromiser’s dilemma: House of Lords reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Packer, Richard (2017) Britain will break free of the Common Agricultural Policy – but we still need to subsidise farmers. LSE Brexit (06 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: Chavs: the demonization of the working class. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: explaining Cameron’s coalition: how it came about: an analysis of the 2010 British General Election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: outside in by Peter Hain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: political discourse and national identity in Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2014) We must ensure not to be caught unaware by the potential reach of the payday lending industry. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Padley, Matt (2015) Around 1 in 3 Londoners do not have the income needed for a minimum standard of living. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Page, Anne (2010) Spare the axe hanging over Regional Development Agencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Page, Edward C. (2010) Converting the Queen’s Speech promises into legislation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Pallett, Helen (2013) The Government is making positive steps towards direct citizen engagement with policy-making, but careful reflection on participation techniques is needed. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Papazoglou, Alexis (2016) Isaiah Berlin and Brexit: how the Leave campaign misunderstands “freedom”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Parham, Susan (2014) Book review: Reinventing London by Bridget Rosewell. LSE Review of Books (14 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Parker, Simon (2013) Those who argue outsourcing endangers accountability are still fighting the last war. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Parkinson, John (2012) Private providers of public services should be subject to the same accountability requirements as public sector providers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Parry, Katy and Richardson, Kay (2011) Nick Clegg’s rise and fall as a celebrity politician highlights the Deputy Prime Minister as a victim of the increasing personification of British politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Parry, Lucy J (2015) Flogging a dead fox: why hunting is still on the agenda – and why it has nothing to do with animals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Parry, Samuel (2016) After the Brexit vote Plaid Cymru is finally becoming a radical alternative to Labour in Wales. LSE Brexit (04 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Parry, Samuel (2017) Yes Cymru: the debate on Welsh independence has begun for good. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Parsons, Alex (2016) Don’t let them lie: how we can start holding political advertising to account. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: University Challenge: the fight for HE in a profit-focused climate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: new British fascism: rise of the British National Party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: political communication in Britain: the leader debates, the campaign and the media in the 2010 general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2012) Book review: the Labour party and the world: Labour’s foreign policy since 1951. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the development of British defence policy: Blair, Brown and beyond. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Budget 2011: As defence spending falls, British influence may be on the wane. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Cameron and Hague are wrong – drones and ‘cyber-warfare’ will not replace conventional forces. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) E-book review: the labour tradition and the politics of paradox: the Oxford-London seminars 2010-11. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) The changes to the NHS reforms are cosmetic: the essential elements have been preserved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) The government should resist calls for further press regulation in the wake of the phone hacking scandal. Further regulation would seriously hamper independent journalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) The government’s plans to change the voter registration system will do little to prevent electoral fraud. They may even mean that fewer people vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Parvin, Phil (2014) We will get nowhere in the lobbying debate while it is conceived as a clash between evil corporations who lobby and well-meaning interest groups who do not. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Patrick, Ruth (2015) The realities of living on welfare are significantly different from government and media characterisations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Patrikios, Stratos and Curtice, John (2015) Public support for freedom of choice in schools does not translate into backing for all forms of diversity of provision. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Pattison, Ben (2014) The rapid growth in London’s private rented sector and what it means for our housing system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Paun, Akash (2013) Book review: Comparing devolved governance. LSE Review of Books (18 Sep 2013) Blog.

Pautz, Hartwig (2014) Surprisingly, UK think tanks don’t often communicate with elected officials. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Pautz, Hartwig and Heins, Elke (2016) Government and ‘independent expertise’: think tanks represent a blind spot for critical analysis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Pautz, Hartwig and Stuart, Francis (2016) What does ‘decent work’ mean to low-paid workers? Working practices and how to improve them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Payne, Daniel (2016) All is ephemera: will the information produced during the EU referendum last beyond 2016? LSE Brexit (12 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Payne, Daniel (2016) From the LSE Library: rarely seen campaigning literature from the 1975 referendum. LSE Brexit (02 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Pearce, Nick (2011) The government is against debt, but spending cuts and tax increases will mean squeezed households will have to take on more in the coming years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Pearce, Oliver (2011) The UK could have led the way on rights for domestic workers: instead it has refused to sign a new international convention that promotes fair pay, health and safety, and labour rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Pearson, Charlotte and Ridley, Julie (2016) The right policy at the wrong time? Austerity hampers the personalisation approach in social care. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Pedley, Keiran (2015) Polling Matters: Could the Lib Dems be kingmakers again and what do they do next? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Pedley, Keiran (2015) Polling Matters: Political Betting – Place your bets now. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Pedley, Keiran (2015) Polling Matters: Will it be 1992 all over again for the pollsters? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Pedley, Keiran (2015) Polling matters: The ‘unstoppable’ rise of Boris Johnson? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Pedrick, Lucy (2016) The business impact of the Brexit vote: a view from housing associations. LSE Brexit (08 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Peers, Steve (2015) The Commonwealth and the EU: let’s do (trade with) both. LSE Brexit (10 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Peers, Steve (2016) Reading the small print: will Cameron’s EU migration reforms pass legal muster? LSE Brexit (11 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Pemberton, Hugh (2017) Industrial strategy: some lessons from the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Pemberton, Hugh (2017) Industrial strategy: some lessons from the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Pepper, Alexander (2011) The Hutton review is unlikely to solve the “wicked” problem of executive pay in the public sector. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Pertusot, Vivien, Korteweg, Rem, Lovec, Marko and Hiršs, Mārtinš (2015) European views on the UK’s renegotiation: France, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Latvia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Petrongolo, Barbara (2011) At a time of persistent unemployment, Nobel Laureate Chris Pissarides’s search theory offers significant lessons for policy makers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Pettit, Philip (2013) A response to Roger Scruton: no, democracy is not overrated. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Pettitt, Robin (2013) Party conferences are far from perfect, but our democracy would be worse off without them. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Phillimor, Jenny and Cheung, Sin Yi (2016) Refugees and integration in the UK: the role of gender. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Phillimore, Jenny (2015) Where is integration in the refugee crisis? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Phillipson, Gavin, Overman, Claire, Gearty, Conor and Mead, David (2014) “An opportunist piece of electioneering”: experts criticise the Conservatives’ Human Rights Act repeal pledge. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Philp, Chris (2016) How Shareholder Committees can control executive pay and restore responsible company ownership. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Phinnemore, David (2016) Northern Ireland and Brexit: struggling and divided over ‘what next’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Photiadou, Artemis and Kippin, Sean (2016) The “power vs. principles” conundrum – or why Labour can’t get a grip. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Pilkington, Hilary (2012) When is a kettle not a kettle? When it is on slow boil…. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Pisani-Ferry, Jean, Röttgen, Norbert, Sapir, André, Tucker, Paul and Wolff, Guntram B (2016) Europe after Brexit: a proposal for a new Continental Partnership. LSE Brexit (29 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Pitt, Edward (2016) Too much EU interference? A look at the areas where critics say the single market overreaches itself. LSE Brexit (28 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Pitt, Edward (2016) What the EU did for English law – and British lawyers. LSE Brexit (23 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Plunkett, James (2011) If the Chancellor is to avoid hailing a false dawn when growth does return, he needs to get beyond talk of ‘recovery’ in the abstract and look at the conditions that helped raise living standards during previous decades of growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Plunkett, James (2011) There is a growing need for a policy response to the ‘new inflation’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Poletti, Monica, Bale, Tim and Webb, Paul (2016) Explaining the pro-Corbyn surge in Labour’s membership. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Poletti, Monica, Bale, Tim and Webb, Paul (2016) Explaining the pro-Corbyn surge in Labour’s membership. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Poletti, Monica and Dennison, James (2016) The Green Surge and how it changed the membership of the Party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Poli, Eleonora, Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Agata, Primatarova, Antoinette and Pace, Roderick (2015) European views on the UK’s renegotiation: Italy, Poland, Bulgaria and Malta. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Pollard, Amy (2014) Being part of a deliberative process can change citizen views and build legitimacy, but the key to impact comes from the public themselves. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Porter, Aaron (2010) Students demand a ‘right to recall’ for MPs who broke their campaign promises on tuition fees. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Portes, Jonathan (2016) Immigration and Brexit: myths and realities. LSE Brexit (02 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Portes, Jonathan (2016) One way or another, the UK’s referendum will settle whether British voters support free movement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Powell, Jason and Taylor, Paul (2016) Ageing in an era of neoliberalism: the impact of extending working lives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2014) Debt and economic resilience in the London Borough of Newham. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2016) Open letter to Jeremy Corbyn: grassroots movements have a place, but they are not the key task of parliamentary opposition. Democratic Audit UK (16 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2014) We should encourage long-term institutional investors and well-established landlords into the private rented sector. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2015) Your vote counts when you remember Selma. USApp– American Politics and Policy Blog (02 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne and Lane, Laura (2011) Hungry and homeless in the ‘big society’: a climate of cuts to services for the homeless puts soup kitchens and welfare provision at risk. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Power, Nina (2015) The ‘transferable skills’ paradigm is cover for the creation of transferable people. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Power, Sam (2016) The London Anti-Corruption Summit: one good day is not enough. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Power, Sam (2017) The funding of politics in Great Britain – an issue transformed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Power, Sam (2017) The funding of politics in Great Britain – an issue transformed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Price, Martin (2014) There is a clear disconnect between young people and political institutions. The Electoral Commission’s proposals to boost engagement will not address this problem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Priestley , Julian (2013) David Cameron’s argument will fool no-one, and will relegate the existing EU-UK relationship to the periphery. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Quek, Kaye (2014) A new law which explicitly categorises forced marriage as a crime represents a crucial milestone in efforts to protect women’s human rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Quinn, Tom, Griffiths, Simon, Bale, Tim, Barker, Rodney and Garnett, Mark (2015) Experts react to the Spending Review: what next for the Conservative Party? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Qvotrup, Matt (2016) History suggests the UK will vote to stay in the EU… but only just. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Rabindrakumar, Sumi (2014) The UK’s low-paid, insecure labour market is failing single parents, creating a welfare policy quandary. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Rabindrakumar, Sumi and Allbeson, Janet (2017) How the government’s new child maintenance service leaves domestic abuse survivors out in the cold. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Rachman, Gideon, Erlanger, Steven, Yu, Jie, Oliver, Tim and Cox, Michael (2016) The international consequences of the EU referendum — LSE Ideas Podcast. LSE Brexit (10 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ragnhild Scott, Millicent (2016) What is an ‘ever-closer union’? LSE Brexit (26 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul and Cox, Chris (2010) Redesigning procurement in the public sector will be a vital part of meeting budget reductions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul and Tinkler, Jane (2011) New ‘big society’ providers could deliver better local services, but there are grave concerns surrounding funding, accountability and citizen redress. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul and Tinkler, Jane (2011) Think before you nudge: the benefits and pitfalls of behavioural public policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Rainsford, Emily (2014) Political parties need to better integrate young members and give them the chance to influence policy. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Rajeswaran, Sara (2014) Politicians need a less crude approach in attracting growing number of BME voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Rallings, Colin and Thrasher, Michael (2010) Suppose UK voters accept the Alternative Vote in the May referendum… but then don’t use AV to signal multiple party preferences? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Ramos, Catherine (2012) Removing Congolese asylum seekers from the UK to face torture is not the mark of a ‘decent country’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Ramsay, Peter (2013) Letting prisoners vote would undermine the idea that civil liberties are fundamental to democratic citizenship. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Rashid, Naaz (2014) Book review: the Muslims are coming! Islamophobia, extremism, and the domestic war on terror by Arun Kundnani. LSE Review of Books (08 Jul 2014) Blog.

Rayner, Tim (2016) Cut out: Brexit would put the EU’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions at risk. LSE Brexit (20 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Razin, Ronny (2016) Over-55s and men dominate online Brexit debate – and they’re persuasive, too. LSE Brexit (11 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Read, Rupert (2014) With Caroline Lucas found not guilty in the fracking trial, it is time to ponder Britain’s energy future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2012) Cameron and welfare: questioning the liberal Conservatism project. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2012) The Conservative 301 group of modernising MPs could create a powerful counterweight to the traditionalists in the 1922 Committee. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2011) Labour’s best chance for re-election lies in expressing support for an active state with social democratic values and avoiding the ideological vacuum of the Blue Labour movement and the Purple Book. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete and Beech, Matt (2011) David Cameron’s pragmatic ‘liberal interventionism’ approach to foreign policy differs from that of his Conservative predecessors. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete and Hickson, Kevin (2012) Traditional values, not New Labour policy, will win Labour the next election. It’s time to go back to our social democratic principles. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Reece, Helen (2010) A complete ban on convicted sex offenders ever looking after children is unfair and unnecessary: it may also leave the government open to legal challenges. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Reid, Richard (2015) The Conservatives will not ‘suspend’ the House of Lords, but neither will they reform it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Reid, Richard (2016) The House of Lords’ powers on statutory instruments survive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Reilly, Paul (2016) Contested narratives: social media and policing in Northern Ireland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Reilly, Paul (2011) Social media didn’t start the fire: proposals for the temporary shutdown of social media during riots are unlikely to prevent further unrest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Reiner, Robert (2010) Who put politics into the police? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Reiner, Robert (2014) The ‘nightwatchman’ state is being rolled back: Do the powerful still need the police? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Remøy, Sebastian (2016) Having a voice in Brussels from outside the EU: the lessons of EEA-EFTA. LSE Brexit (07 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Renwick, Alan (2014) Could Scotland buck the trend and vote ‘yes’? Democratic Audit Blog (05 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Renwick, Alan (2012) Electing the House of Lords: the STV voting system fits the required criteria very well. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Renwick, Alan (2014) Scotland would benefit from adopting a more ambitious approach to its constitutional future. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Renwick, Alan, Flinders, Matthew and Jennings, Will (2016) The UK’s referendum and post-fact politics: how can campaigners be held accountable for their claims? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Reynolds, Andrew (2015) LGBT MPs and Candidates in the British General Election May 2015: The State of Play. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Ricahrds, Ben (2014) In the debate about Britishness, it is important to distinguish between two different types of social cohesion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Ricahrds, Dave and Smith, Martin (2014) Institutions and the banality of evil: Learning from Rotherham and Savile. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Richard, Dave and Smith, Martin (2016) Brexit, Whitehall, and the demise of Haldane: the need for a new minister-civil servant relationship? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2014) Critical re-assessment of conventional wisdom on the topic of Englishness is overdue. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2016) Grand Brexit Strategies – can Whitehall cope? British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2014) Pensions, fairness and Lamborghinis: Budget changes to the annuities market are a lesson in the fallacies of freedom. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2013) The Universal Credit fiasco shows that we need a new model of Ministerial accountability. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2015) Whatever happened to the strange death of Tory England? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2014) The lessons of Tony Benn as a Cabinet Minister: Breaking the rules and paying the price. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2015) The strange resurrection of the British Political Tradition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Richards, David (2016) British politics in the Age of Uncertainty: the link between old, new, and anti-politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Richardson, David and Diamond, Patrick (2013) Real reform would necessitate a willingness to reappraise core tenets of the Westminster model. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Riddell, Peter (2012) Improving government accountability— an urgent search without easy solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Ridyard, Richard (2014) Abolishing the monarchy would remove an obstacle to genuine democracy in Britain. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Ridyard, Richard (2014) The government’s ban on prisoners receiving books is the antithesis of the rehabilitation revolution promised by Chris Grayling. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Ridyard, Richard (2014) The government’s rehabilitation policy is in crisis due to the Justice Secretary’s ready embrace of austerity. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Ritchie, Ken (2013) All political parties, but particularly Labour, should embrace the cause of republicanism. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Roberts-Hughes, Rebecca (2012) Government policy alone is not enough to deliver good homes. We need a detailed public inquiry into how people live and what homes we need now and in the future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Rogers, Andrew (2017) How are black majority churches growing in the UK? A London borough case study. Africa at LSE (02 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Rogers, Brishen (2014) By altering workplace power relationships and employers’ incentives, minimum wage laws help ensure social equality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Rogers, Chris and Clarke, Chris (2017) ‘Socially useful’ finance and the regulation of peer-to-peer lending in the United Kingdom. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Rogers, Martin (2012) All parties stand for ‘fairness’, but what voters perceive to be ‘fair’ is up for grabs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Rohac, Dalibor (2016) Bratislava Summit: the future of the European project without the UK looks bleak. LSE Brexit (22 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Rohac, Dalibor (2016) For free-market Leavers the UK’s exit will be a disappointment. LSE Brexit (01 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Rohac, Dalibor (2016) How I stopped worrying and learned to love the EU. LSE Brexit (02 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Rohac, Dalibor (2016) The lesson from Bratislava is that the future of the European project looks bleak without the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Rolfe, Heather (2016) Flexible friends: why employers hire eastern European migrants in order to grow. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Rolfe, Heather (2016) How to cope with Brexit: an employers’ guide. LSE Brexit (03 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Romano, Alessandro (2016) A proposal to help make credit ratings as accurate as possible. LSE Business Review (17 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Rooduijn, Matthijs (2015) Populist arguments have become more pervasive in the UK and other Western European countries. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Rose, Richard (2016) Delaying the countdown to Brexit: a cost-benefit analysis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Rose, Richard (2016) Is ‘de-withdrawal’ an alternative to withdrawal? The problems with holding a second referendum on Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Rose, Richard (2016) Theresa May’s tightrope act on Brexit can only continue for so long. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Rose, Richard (2013) The UK’s proposed referendum on Europe would test British commitment to the European Union. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Rose, Richard (2016) While the UK prepares for Brexit, the SNP are laying the groundwork for a new independence referendum. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Rose, Richard (2016) With elections looming in key EU states, Theresa May must focus on politics rather than personalities. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Rossner, Meredith (2013) People who serve on juries are more likely to involve themselves in democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Rowe, Ian (2013) Online political discussions tend to be less civil when the participants are anonymous. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Rowlingson, Karen, Appleyard , Lindsey and Gardner, Jodi (2016) Payday lending: regulation is a forward step, but there are lessons to learn from this industry. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Rumbul, Rebecca (2014) In the digital era, political activism can be individual as well as collective. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Rupel, Tadej (2016) Brexit Ambassador series: the view from Slovenia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Rush, Michael (2014) Ministers appoint special advisers for their policy expertise as much as for their partisan views. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Russell, Andrew (2015) The North West – an important battleground. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Russell, Andrew (2014) The case for lowering the voting age is less persuasive now than at any point in the last 50 years. Democratic Audit Blog (16 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Rutter, Jill (2011) The academic community must be ready to respond to opportunities to engage with the issues that are preoccupying policy makers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Ryan, Ben (2016) The EU’s existential aim was to create Europeans. In this, it has failed. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Ryan, Ben (2016) Europe’s early vision: how Christian Democratic morality shaped the EU. LSE Brexit (27 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Ryan, Bernard (2016) Vote Leave’s position on EU and Irish citizens post-Brexit raises more questions than it answers. LSE Brexit (07 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Ryan, Mark and Grewal, Gurchetan S. (2014) Internet voting: coming to a computer near you, though more research is needed to eliminate the risks. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2013) Book review: The socialist way: social democracy in contemporary Britain. LSE Review of Books (16 Sep 2013) Blog.

Sage, Daniel (2011) Book review: “there is no alternative”: why Margaret Thatcher matters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Salamone, Anthony (2015) Britain’s EU membership will now be the subject of several years of negotiation and debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Salamone, Anthony (2016) Cameron’s unilateral approach could leave the UK isolated and resented. LSE Brexit (10 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Salamone, Anthony (2014) The UK government must urgently overhaul its EU engagement strategy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Salamone, Anthony (2016) Why it matters if the European Commission ends up leading the Brexit negotiations. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Salmond, Rob (2014) Robust and partisan Parliamentary events like Prime Ministers Questions increase engagement with politics. Democratic Audit Blog (21 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Salveson, Paul (2012) Regional government in the North could provide an answer to the ever widening social and economic divide in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Sampson, Thomas (2016) Four principles for the UK’s Brexit trade negotiations. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Sampson, Thomas, Dhingra, Swati, Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P. and Reenen, John Van (2016) How do ‘Economists for Brexit’ manage to defy the laws of gravity? LSE Business Review (27 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Sander, Harald (2017) Finally, some good economic news from the Eurozone – but will it last? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Sander, Harald (2016) Renationalising fiscal policy would help rebuild support for the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Sapir, André and Wolff, Guntram (2016) Leaving the EU may entail a loss of sovereignty for the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Sarb, Cristina (2011) The move to individual electoral registration offers an unparalleled opportunity to take into account disabled people’s access needs and remove some of the systemic barriers they face in casting a vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Sarmiento-Mirwaldt, Katja (2016) In defence of open borders: why Schengen remains valuable to European countries – including the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Saunders, Ben (2013) The Scottish independence referendum need not include the rest of the UK, even though they are affected. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Savage, Mike (2016) Are we seeing a new ‘inequality paradigm’ in social science? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Savage, Mike and Hills, John (2015) The politics of inequality: Atkinson, Piketty and Stiglitz at the LSE’s International Inequalities Institute. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Sayer, Andrew (2015) We need to challenge the myth that the rich are specially-talented wealth creators. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Scalvini, Marco and Fabris, Monica (2016) The failure of the Italian constitutional reform signals a crisis of representation in politics. LSE Brexit blog (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Scalvini, Marco and Fabris, Monica (2016) The failure of the Italian constitutional reform signals a crisis of representation in politics. LSE Brexit (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Schade, Daniel (2017) No more ‘Dear Donald’: what we can glean from Theresa May’s Brexit letter. LSE Brexit (30 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Scharff, Christina (2015) Life as an enterprise: Ten ways through which neoliberalism is experienced on an emotional level. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Schelkle, Waltraud (2015) The City and the EU: too big to stay — or too big to go? LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Schelkle, Waltraud (2016) The Political Quarterly: key issues in the negotiations about Britain’s membership of the EU. LSE Brexit (19 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Schelkle, Waltraud (2016) A double bind: Cameron urges non-discrimination in one policy area, while wanting to discriminate in another. LSE Brexit (27 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Scheller, Henrik (2016) The dream of ever-closer union is over. We need to rethink the EU’s model. LSE Brexit (12 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Schmieding, Holger (2016) Britain needs the EU much more than vice versa. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Schmieding, Holger (2016) The fact that the UK avoided an immediate crisis does not tell us much about the future. LSE Brexit (12 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Schoultz, Asa von and Wass, Hanna (2015) Political elites and voters have highly congruent preferences for representation both in the UK and Finland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Schulz, Martin (2016) Martin Schulz on Brexit: parting ways, but working together. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Scipioni, Marco and Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik, Paula (2016) Quitting the EU wouldn’t give Britain more control over refugee and migrant flows. LSE Brexit (23 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Scully, Roger (2015) Going west: voters in Wales turn against the EU. LSE Brexit (14 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Scully, Roger (2015) Labour in Wales: perhaps the biggest polling movement in recent UK history that almost no-one has heard of. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Sen, Hopi (2012) It’s all coming up roses for Ed Miliband. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Seymour, Richard (2011) Book review: controversies in drugs policy and practice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Sharmina, Maria, Gilbert, Nigel and Gilbert, Paul (2016) Global challenges require cross-cutting solutions: bringing together water, energy, and food policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Eric (2016) Fractured and unmanageable? Labour Party Management under Blair and under Corbyn. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Eric (2014) Labour faces important strategic challenges as new social cleavages emerge. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Eric (2016) Labour’s great impasse: who should lead the Party? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Eric (2014) Labour’s position on a referendum is now pretty clear, but Ed Miliband’s speech is unlikely to buttress his leadership credentials. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Eric (2014) Labour’s problem is that many now identify the party with social security ‘scroungers’ and immigrants. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Eric (2013) Labour’s union reforms risk handing power to the frontbench at the expense of party members. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Eric (2014) Why have Scottish Labour supporters drifted to the ‘Yes’ camp? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Mark (2014) Recent interventions into the referendum debate highlight the difficulties in Alex Salmond’s plans for an independent Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Shaw, Richard and Eichbaum, Chris (2014) Ministers appoint special advisers for their policy expertise as much as for their partisan views. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Shawcross, Valerie (2015) Vandemonium – Can or should London government try to curb the spiraling growth of home deliveries by van? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Shaxson, Nicholas (2012) The corporation tax is under attack. It must be defended. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Shen, Dennis (2016) Recap: why Brexit still faces extraordinary challenges. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Shephard, Mark, Quinlan, Stephen, Taqq, Stephen and Paterson, Londsay (2014) Citizenship education should give young people the skills and knowledge to participate in political debate on social media. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Shiels, David (2016) How Enoch Powell helped to shape modern Tory Euroscepticism. LSE Brexit (03 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Shiels, David (2015) Queen Elizabeth in Germany: It is important to remember the dangers of a divided Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Shiels, David (2016) ‘What would Maggie do?’ Had she been given the chance, we probably wouldn’t be asking. LSE Brexit (18 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Shorrocks, Rosalind (2015) The Liberal Democrats could get an electoral boost from undecideds – especially women. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Sian , Katy (2017) Bursting the liberal bubble: Racism in the era of Brexit and Trump. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Silver, David (2013) The drive toward outsourcing public services is bypassing democratic oversight. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Simpkin, Victoria L. (2016) With 1 in 10 posts already vacant, the NHS can’t afford to lose EU-born doctors. LSE Brexit (28 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Simpson, Joe (2013) Face to face contact is still the most effective way to persuade people to participate in elections. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Sims, Sam (2011) Electing mayors for more English cities would increase local democratic accountability and widen political participation. But the government must grant them real power and freedom. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Singh, Matt (2015) Polling divergence – phone versus online and established versus new. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Sissons, Andrew (2011) The current jobs crisis is the result of a lack of business confidence and a shortage of consumers with money to spend: the government needs to create a long-term framework to drive innovation and raise productivity across the economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU, part four: the myth that we rely upon the EU. LSE Brexit (10 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU, part three: how Germany came to dominate the EU. LSE Brexit (09 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU, part two: propaganda and pacifism from a toothless entity. LSE Brexit (08 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) Alan Sked on the EU: part one – a superstate in the making. LSE Brexit (07 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) L’état c’est nous: sovereignty is no illusion, and we should retain it. LSE Brexit (10 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) This is what life after Brexit will look like: a Europe of democratic, free-trading states. LSE Brexit (01 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2016) University leaders who lobby against Brexit are a disgrace. Research would thrive outside the EU. LSE Brexit (29 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan (2015) Why Britain really joined the EEC (and why it had nothing to do with helping our economy). LSE Brexit (26 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Sked, Alan and Brown, Stuart A. (2015) Five minutes with Alan Sked: “I think UKIP’s campaign was dreadful”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Skinner, Gideon (2015) Five minutes with Gideon Skinner: “The trend in the polling is clearly toward support for the UK staying in the EU”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Skoutaris, Nikos (2016) Never letting go: why Scotland is at constitutional stalemate over Brexit. LSE Brexit (29 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Sloam, James (2016) The generation gap: how young voters view the UK’s referendum. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Sloane, Nan (2014) The lack of gender balance in positions of power remains untackled. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Sloman, Peter (2015) Activation or redistribution? The mystery of tax credits. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Sloman, Peter (2015) Where next for the Liberal Democrats? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Smith, Colin (2013) ‘Digital by Default’ will be a complex and costly transition but the initial infrastructure is now in place. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Smith, Donna (2014) Gay politicians will only achieve equality when their sexuality is no longer deemed newsworthy. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Smith, James A. (2016) Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘new politics’: entryism or ‘folk politics’ coming of age? British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Smith, Julie (2017) Absent from the start: Britain’s leery relationship with the EU. LSE Brexit (30 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Smith, Julie (2015) The UK should follow the Dutch example and share European policy across Parliament’s committees. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Smith, Karen E. (2016) Left out in the cold: Brexit, the EU and the perils of Trump’s world. LSE Brexit blog (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Smith, Karen E. (2015) Would Brexit spell the end of European defence? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Smith, Karen E. and Laatikainen, Katie Verlin (2016) Without EU clout, how would the UK fare at the United Nations? LSE Brexit blog (08 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Smith, Nicola (2015) The queerness of political science: challenging and destabilizing the discipline’s boundaries. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Smith, Tony (2012) The Water White Paper is a positive vision for the future of the industry but questions remain on the issues of competition and affordability. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Smyth, Stewart (2015) Housing policy can’t be fixed until we treat houses as homes and not as stores of wealth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Smyth, Stewart (2015) Inviting market forces in: financing Social Housing from the Coalition to the Spending Review. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Snelling, Charlotte (2014) If local authorities are to succeed in increasing voter registration amongst young people, they must make use of direct recruitment. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Snower, Dennis J. (2016) The social roots of Brexit: Europe’s economic integration has fostered social disintegration. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Solberg, Erna (2013) The ‘Norwegian model’ would be a poor alternative to EU membership for the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Somer-Topcu, Zeynep (2016) Can a new leader change a party’s fortunes? How leadership changes affect voter perceptions about party policy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Spence, David (2016) Cameron needs to convince both the member states and the EU institutions before his own side. LSE Brexit (17 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Spencer, David (2015) The budget did nothing to tackle barriers that prevent higher productivity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Springford, John (2015) Same job, different income: withdrawing EU migrants’ benefits would violate an EU founding principle. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Spruce, Emma (2012) Book review: Tory pride and prejudice: the Conservative Party and homosexual law reform, by Michael McManus. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Stafford, James (2014) The Scottish currency issue has mercilessly exposed the contradictions between the SNP’s twin postures of liberation and compromise. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Stafford, James (2014) The rejection of the euro has left the SNP caught between competing visions over an independent Scotland’s future. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Steenkamp, Christina (2013) Book review: State violence, collusion and the Troubles: counter insurgency, government deviance and Northern Ireland. LSE Review of Books (21 Jun 2013) Blog Entry.

Stegmaier, Mary, Lewis-Beck, Michael and Smets, Kaat (2014) Minority candidates for Westminster continue to suffer electorally from ethnic and religious prejudice. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Steven, Toft (2016) Counting the self employed as entrepreneurs is a meme that refuses to die. LSE Business Review (31 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Stevens, Alex (2011) In Whitehall, academic research is far more likely to be used if it fits with the story already being told. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Stewart, Kitty and Lupton, Ruth (2015) Social mobility under the coalition government: have the life chances of the poorest children improved? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Stirbu, Diana Silvia (2012) Westminster can learn a lot about gender equality by looking at Welsh and Scottish levels of political representation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Stoddart, Ali (2014) Digital technology can help create the broader cultural change needed to address limitations in our current democratic system. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Stoddart, Ali (2013) Politicians should use Twitter to engage more, and broadcast less. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Stoker, Gerry (2014) Allow young people to set the political agenda by giving youth parliaments the power to call referendums. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Stokoe, Philip (2016) In business, as in government, direct democracy is not possible. LSE Business Review (10 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2013) Book review: British foreign policy: crises, conflicts and future challenges. LSE Review of Books (22 Oct 2013) Blog.

Strong, James (2016) The Brexit debate is far from over: there will have to be a further vote. LSE Brexit (24 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2014) Britain should prepare for military action in Iraq. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2016) Britain’s bargaining stance post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (28 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2015) British foreign policy and the 2015 general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2014) Five questions that need to be answered before the UK intervenes in Iraq. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2015) On balance Britain should join anti-ISIS strikes in Syria, argues James Strong. But it should do so cautiously and take care to establish clear legal grounds for such action. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2015) U-turn if you want to: Why Cameron isn’t bound to pre-election promises on defence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2015) Blog Entry.

Strong, James (2014) The significance of parliament’s vote to intervene militarily in Iraq. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Studlar, Donley (2014) Europe has pursued a progressive agenda of tobacco control, driven by the UK, Ireland and other states in Northern Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Subrahmanyam, Gita (2010) The first minister is forced out of the Cameron-Clegg team – does it fit recent trends in ministerial resignations? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Sutherland, Peter (2014) A ‘Yes’ vote in the Scottish referendum may well be a step closer to a Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2016) Brexit will not mean an end to Tory divisions on Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2016) Scottish independence and the polls: why Brexit is not a game changer. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2016) Scottish independence and the polls: why Brexit is not a game changer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2017) Three reasons why Brexit has failed to boost support for Scottish independence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2017) Why has Brexit failed to boost support for Scottish independence? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2017) A democratic outrage: Scotland’s constitutional position and Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Swan, Sean (2016) The ultimate test for anti-Brexit MPs: will they resign their seats? Democratic Audit Blog (15 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Sweeting, David (2013) One year in, Bristol’s Mayoral experiment is making a difference to the city’s governance. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Swidlicki, Pawel (2015) Labour IN for Britain: the challenges Alan Johnson’s campaign faces. LSE Brexit (04 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2016) Poland’s ruling party blames EU elites for Brexit and calls for Donald Tusk’s resignation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Szczerbiak , Aleks and Taggart, Paul (2016) Hard choices and few soft options: the implications of Brexit for Euroscepticism across Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Talbot, Colin (2011) ‘GOD’s’ coming replacement with a civil service ‘Trinity’ is a further sign that policy making is becoming even more divorced from its implementation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Talbot, Colin (2013) It’s not just the economy, stupid – the UK is undergoing multiple, overlapping, institutional crises. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Talbot, Colin, Bottom, Karin, Wilks-Seeg, Stuart, Berry, Richard, Sweeting, David and Carter, Andrew (2014) A northern powerhouse, or an unwelcome imposition? experts respond to George Osborne’s Greater Manchester Mayor proposals. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Tambini, Damian (2011) The Communication Review will not result in a definite plan of action, but it provides a good opportunity for the government to build a solid base for considered and informed policies on regulation, infrastructure and plurality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Tannam, Etain (2017) Brexit’s implications for Northern Ireland may be destabilising, but not fatal. LSE Brexit (06 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2011) Poorly targeted short term initiatives to revive the UK’s flagging growth rates are likely to make things worse: consistency in economic policy is key in delivering long-term growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2013) Sweden has reformed its welfare state to deliver both efficiency and equity – the UK should learn from its example. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2012) The concept of Open Public Services is being restricted by a focus on mutuals at the expense of large providers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Taylor, Andrew (2016) Blue-collar voters and the Right: the US experience shows how political vacuums get filled by a Trump. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Taylor, Emmeline (2014) A vision of control: the increased sophistication of CCTV brings new controversy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Taylor-Gooby, Peter (2015) Paid work is never enough: we need to pay attention to the quality as well as the quantity of jobs created. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2015) Blog Entry.

Taylor-Robinson, David (2011) Bigger cuts to local authority budgets in the most deprived areas are likely to widen health inequalities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Temple, Luke (2016) In a divided Britain, the pro-EU movement will have to be clear about what it wants. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Temple, Luke (2016) In a divided Britain, the pro-EU movement will have to be clear about what it wants. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Temple, Mick (2014) The increasingly close ties between leading politicians and journalists in Britain have been to the detriment of the public interest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Terry, Chris (2015) Britain’s voting system is partially responsible for holding back women’s representation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Terry, Chris (2013) In Britain’s first past the post electoral system, some votes are worth 22 times more than others. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Terry, Chris (2015) Party system fragmentation is incompatible with our electoral system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Thatcher, Tom (2015) Book review: a government that worked better and costlLess? Evaluating three decades of reform and change in UK central government by Christopher Hood and Ruth Dixon. LSE Review of Books (14 Oct 2015) Blog.

Theil, Stefan (2016) Neither full independence, nor perfect union: Constitutionalism as a Third Way for the future of Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Thielemann, Eiko R. and Schade, Daniel (2016) Emergency brakes on migration: neither novel nor effective. LSE Brexit (24 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Thielemann, Eiko R. and Schade, Daniel (2016) Jobs are good ones: addressing the factors that attract EU migrants to the UK. LSE Brexit (31 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Thillaye, Renaud (2014) What voting patterns in the European Parliament say about UK political parties’ stance on Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Thomas, Robert and Tomlinson, Joe (2016) Justice outsourced: why Concentrix’s tax credit mistakes matter. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Thomas, Will (2017) 1984: the year when young Britons started to become more Europhile than their elders. LSE Brexit (12 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Thomason, Nicholas (2013) Book review: defectors and the Liberal Party 1910-2010. LSE Review of Books (31 May 2013) Blog Entry.

Thompson, Beth (2016) Data protection: how medical researchers persuaded the European Parliament to compromise. LSE Brexit (11 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Thompson, Louise (2013) Book Review: The British Constitution: continuity and change: a festschrift for Vernon Bogdanor. LSE Review of Books (17 Dec 2013) Blog.

Thompson, Louise , Fielding, Steven and Price, Martin (2014) Engaging the already engaged, or letting people into politics? experts respond to Ed Miliband’s proposal for a ‘Public PMQs’. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Thomson, Jeniffer (2016) IndyRef2? The thorny question of Scottish independence hasn’t gone away. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Thomson, Jennifer (2016) IndyRef2? The thorny question of Scottish independence hasn’t gone away. LSE Brexit (26 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Threlfall, Monica (2011) The Alternative Vote is not the answer to the problems of our current electoral system: it is confusing, does not increase proportionality and promotes centrist politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Tierney, Stephen and Boyle, Katie (2013) Yes or no, 2014′s Scotland referendum carries significant constitutional implications. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Tierney, Stephen, McLean, Iain, Bonney, Norman and Thornton, Kyle (2014) Scotland’s draft interim constitution: clear-sighted and sensible, or an SNP power-play? Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Tilley, James (2014) Age significantly impacts on the choices that voters make at elections. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Jan 2014) Blog Entry.

Tilley, James (2015) Age significantly impacts on the choices that voters make at elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Tily, Geoff (2016) Why historical perspectives on austerity can mislead if macroeconomic relations are ignored. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) Getting Whitehall to incorporate new IT developments in public services remains an uphill struggle: the government now lags ten years behind the private sector in its use of social media and lack of feedback to users. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) Localism may actually reduce citizen voice because information on citizen redress is either not collected or ignored. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2014) PASC support for the creation of a single Public Services Ombudsman for England is welcome and timely. Democratic Audit Blog (03 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) The REF doesn’t capture what government wants from academics or how academic impact on policymaking takes place. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2011) Ten years after tax, social security departments in the USA and elsewhere are moving cautiously online. The UK is pioneering ‘digital by default’ services and the advent of a universal credit at DWP could be an opportunity for breakthrough progress. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) How radical is “radical efficiency”?: can it still be useful in a time of cuts? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Tomaney, John (2016) Beyond metro mayors and ‘secret deals’: rethinking devolution in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Tomaney, John (2016) Healing a broken heartland? An historical perspective on Labour’s gathering storm in the North East. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Tomlinson, Michael (2012) Transition to peace leaves children of the Northern Irish Troubles more vulnerable to suicide. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Tonge, Jonathan and Mycock, Andy (2014) Beyond the Youth Citizenship Commission: young people and politics. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Tonkiss, Katherine (2015) Administrative reform is threatening the independence of the Equality and Human Rights Commission. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Tonkiss, Katherine and Dommett, Katharine (2013) The bonfires of quangos has thus far only smouldered. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Topinka, Robert (2017) What can Coronation Street tell us about politics? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Torry, Malcolm (2015) Why we should pay everyone: cutting tax credits brings the idea of a Citizen’s Income closer to the mainstream. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Toubeau, Simon and Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2017) The Scottish and UK governments should beware the Ides of March. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Toubeau, Simon and Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2016) The illusion of sovereignty: the UK should embrace its experience of power-sharing at home to play a constructive role in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Towers, Ed (2010) Secrets of the surge: tracking the Clegg phenomenon. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Towers, Ed and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The last time an election was this close…. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Trauffler, Claudia (2013) Book review: This blessed plot: Britain and Europe from Churchill to Blair. LSE Review of Books (12 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2015) Book Review: Taking power back: putting people in charge of politics by Simon Parker. LSE Review of Books (18 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2014) Declining support for the Conservatives in the North and Labour in the South means outright majorities will be less and less likely. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2015) London – The election in the capital. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2012) London’s choice of mayor will give a tantalising hint of which party will be favourites to win the next general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2010) Now more than ever, London needs devolved control of its own public spending resources. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2015) What do local election results tell us about parties’ prospects in 2015? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2015) What do local election results tell us about parties’ prospects in 2015? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2015) The debate over Labour’s mansion tax reflects an increasingly federal political landscape. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jan 2015) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2011) The localism plans of Compassionate Conservatives, Red Tories and Blue Labour will struggle to succeed so long as Whitehall powers remain in the hands of Ministers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2016) The shock is visceral, the future uncertain. Deep-seated grievances lie behind this vote. LSE Brexit (28 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony, Dunleavy, Patrick, Gilson, Christopher and Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) The LSE’s simple guide to voting systems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Traykov, Traycho and Marini, Adelina (2016) Interview with Bulgarian presidential candidate Traycho Traykov: “The EU needs to speak with one voice when dealing with Russia”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Trench, Alan (2015) The UK is at a constitutional crossroads. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Trevitt, Vittorio (2014) There is a strong case for the introduction of an elected tier of English regional government. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Trotter, Sarah and Morgan, Nick (2016) Aberystwyth et son amour: talking to locals in the UK’s most Europhile town. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Tsouvalis, Judith (2015) How social and citizen science help challenge the limits of the biosecurity approach: the case of ash dieback. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Turnbull, Nick and Atkins, Judy (2016) Jeremy Corbyn’s rhetorical dilemma: left-wing populism or mainstream convention? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Turner, Ed (2015) What the UK could learn from Germany’s Sunday trading laws. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Uberio, Varun (2015) Multiculturalism isn’t a dirty word. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2013) As much as Cameron has been pushed by his backbenchers on Europe, his instincts as a politician have prevailed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2013) As much as David Cameron has been pushed by his backbenchers on Europe, his instincts as a politician have prevailed. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2014) Did the possibility of a Brexit influence the shape of the new Commission? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2013) Hand-waving as renegotiation: The UK’s (and EU’s) limited options. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2016) Is there still a point to UKIP? The future of British Euroscepticism post-Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2016) May’s foreign policy gambit: what could possibly go wrong? Plenty. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2016) Thursday’s European Council demonstrated the UK’s isolation in Brussels. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2014) The UK’s Labour Party faces a conundrum over offering a referendum on the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2016) What’s working with supporters of the leave and remain camps? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Ussher, Kitty (2014) London should have a separate, higher minimum wage. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Vaccari, Cristian (2014) Most political parties completely fail to respond to email enquiries, wasting an opportunity for politicians to reconnect with voters online. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Valer, Anna and Van Reenen, John (2015) Productivity Plan: A sound framework, but gaps in policy persist. More is needed to get productivity growing again. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna (2016) Autumn Statement does little to dampen fears for the economic health of the UK. LSE Business Review (24 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna (2015) Productive Labour? How a Labour government would address the productivity challenge. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna (2015) Productivity: the elephant in the room. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna (2015) Summer budget: High hopes for the productivity plan – is enough being done? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2015) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna (2015) A clear growth strategy would steer the UK away from short-term solutions to its productivity puzzle. LSE Business Review (23 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna and Van Reenen, John (2011) Slow growth does not have to be our ‘new normal’. Government needs to change the way it looks at the growth problem in the long term. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna, Van Reenen, John and Corry, Dan (2011) The UK’s sustained growth between 1997 and 2008 was fuelled by the importance of skills and new technology: rather than just austerity, the government should focus on building human capital and innovation to support long-term growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Van Ingen, Michiel (2017) Higher education staff and students should support the One Day Without Us protest. LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Van Orden, Geoffrey (2016) Britain’s departure from “Ever Closer Union” is of great significance. LSE Brexit (28 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Van Reenan, John (2016) The aftermath of the Brexit vote – the verdict from a derided expert. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2015) Austerity in the UK: past, present and future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2015) Budget 2015: What the Chancellor said and didn’t say. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2010) Extreme austerity is the wrong medicine. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2011) From ‘Plan B’ to ‘Plan V’: what the UK economy needs to reboot and rebalance growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2010) Hard Choices – chancellors debate: 'a few blows, but no knockout'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2015) Where is the real Manifesto for Growth? British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2016) The aftermath of the Brexit vote – the verdict from a derided expert. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2011) The success of the R&D tax credit shows that there can be a role for public policy in stimulating innovation and growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Van Stekelenburg, Jacquelien (2015) People protest for many reasons, yet we don’t know how effective protests are. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Vargas-Silva , Carlos (2014) What do we know about EU migration to the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Oct 2014) Blog Entry.

Varoufakis, Yannis and Brown, Stuart A. (2016) Yanis Varoufakis: “The UK should stay in the EU to fight tooth and nail against the EU’s anti-democratic institutions”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Vasilopoulou, Sofia and Wagner, Markus (2016) Emotions to shape debates and decisions in the upcoming referendum. LSE Brexit (25 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Veale, Sarah (2011) As public sector cuts take effect, the gendered impact of the coalition’s deficit reduction strategy will become clear: as workers, as benefit claimants and as service users, women will be hit the hardest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Veale, Sarah (2011) The government’s plans for employment law reform are a gift to bad employers and another smack in the face for employees. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Venables, Keith (2016) When a psychologist’s true calling is social activism. LSE Business Review (05 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Vereker, Sasha (2014) There is a huge disparity between what the Scottish pro-independence camp demands from the EU and what it offers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Can Cameron achieve a new relationship between member states inside the eurozone and those outside? LSE Brexit (20 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) David Cameron is challenging the EU’s own explanation for its unpopularity. LSE Brexit (17 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Going Dutch: can Cameron secure subsidiarity reforms without treaty change? LSE Brexit (15 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Immigration and the UK’s Referendum Vote – EU attitudes are more fluid, but barriers to change remain substantial. LSE Brexit (24 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2015) Tough competition: why cutting regulation is so hard for the EU. LSE Brexit (30 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2014) We should view democracy as a set of interconnected systems, spanning politics, the law, civil society, the market and regulation. Democratic Audit Blog (18 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2011) The challenge for those who wish to codify the UK’s constitution is to make it relevant to voters who may have more pressing concerns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank and Beck, Gunnar (2016) The seven days of Brexit: how a Leave government could bypass Article 50. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank and Brexit, LSE (2016) Read our new ebook by the LSE’s Frank Vibert. LSE Brexit (16 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Vickers, Rhiannon (2012) Book review: what Ed can learn from Labour’s history on the world stage, from student revolts of the 1960s, to courting the media in the 1990s. LSE Review of Books (29 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Vickery, Jonathan (2016) Book review: culture, economy and politics: the case of New Labour by David Hesmondhalgh, Kate Oakley, David Lee and Melissa Nisbett. LSE Review of Books (29 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Vicol, Dora Olivia and Allen, William (2014) How has the UK national press described Bulgarians and Romanians? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Viitanen, Jenni (2011) Budget 2011: New Enterprise Zones have potential, but without more widespread economic growth they may be dead in the water. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Viitanen, Jenni (2011) The North is poorer and contributes far less to the national GDP than the South East, but compared to the national pay gap, it is fairer up North. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Vlandas, Tim (2011) Dissecting the unions: the differences between unions and Labour’s ‘third way’ agenda are not as great as they might seem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Vlandas, Tim (2016) Xenophobia Britannica? Anti-immigrant attitudes in the UK are among the strongest in Europe. LSE Brexit (21 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Voth, Hans-Joachim and Ponticelli, Jacopo (2011) According to new research, once governments try to impose cuts above 2 per cent of GDP, a major surge in social instability can be expected. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Vítores, David Fernández (2016) Does Brexit spell the end for English as the lingua franca of the EU? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Wadsworth, Jonathan (2015) Fears about the adverse consequences of rising immigration have not materialised. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2015) Blog Entry.

Wadsworth, Jonathan (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: immigration and the UK labour market. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Wadsworth, Jonathan, Dhingra, Swati, Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P. and Van Reenen, John (2016) Immigration from the EU is not a ‘necessary evil’ and does not drag down wages. LSE Brexit (11 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Wadsworth, Jonathan, Dhingra, Swati, Ottaviano, Gianmarco I. P. and Van Reenen, John (2016) Why immigration is no reason to leave the EU. LSE Business Review (11 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Walker, David (2016) British universities excel in the social sciences. How much of their success depends on the EU? LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Walker, David (2010) The coalition government’s Localism Bill is inconsistent and restrictive for local government: ministers are actually legislating for a confusing mix of new central controls and only minor local ‘freedoms’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Walker, David and Toynbee, Polly (2010) Did Labour fundamentally change Britain in its thirteen years of power? Hardly at all. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Walker, Simon (2016) Brexit: prioritise getting a good deal from the EU over getting a speedy one. LSE Business Review (17 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Wallis, Diana (2016) European rights: there is no going backwards. LSE Brexit (14 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2014) Another campaign that makes inaccurate and misleading claims about the science of climate change has been thoroughly discredited. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2015) Flawed analysis of the economics of climate change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2016) Is there a link between climate change ‘sceptics’ and Brexit supporters? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2015) New figures published by the IMF show the UK provides more subsidies for fossil fuels than renewables. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2014) Refusing to disseminate statements from climate change ‘sceptics’ that are inaccurate and misleading is not censorship. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2014) The costs of the UK storms and floods in context. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2014) A study with erroneous claims about the impacts of global warming has finally been corrected. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Ward, Paul (2012) Book review: Britain should break free from its delusion and adjust to the realities of its global position. LSE Review of Books (30 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Ward, Phil (2011) ‘Haldanegate’, the Big Society, and the elephant in the impact room. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Ward, Robert E. T. (2012) Self-regulation is not working to keep British media factual about climate change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Wargent, Matthew (2014) Book review: Governing Britain: power politics and the Prime Minister by Patrick Diamond. LSE Review of Books (28 Mar 2014) Blog Entry.

Watson, Amy (2011) Book review: moving beyond ‘pale, male and stale’ in UK politics: the case for feminist institutionalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Watson, Amy (2011) The government’s economic policy ignores the gendered effects of its ‘competitive’ growth strategy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Weale, Albert (2017) If you believe Brexit is a mistake, you have a democratic duty to oppose it. LSE Brexit (04 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Webb, Paul (2015) The South East – still overwhelmingly blue? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Webster, David (2016) Benefit sanctions have failed: a Comprehensive Review is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Wehner, Joachim (2010) Britain’s supersized cabinets are too expensive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Wehner, Joachim (2010) Hard choices in UK public policy – what to cut, not when. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Wehner, Joachim (2010) Will a hung parliament endanger fiscal consolidation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Weir, Patrick (2013) Book review: Stumbling over truth: the inside story of the 'sexed-up' dossier, Hutton and the BBC. LSE Review of Books (01 Mar 2013) Blog Entry.

Weisskircher, Manès (2017) The European Citizens’ Initiative is five years old – and it has been no step forward for EU democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Apr 2017) Blog Entry.

Weitershausen, Inez von (2017) The German reaction to Theresa May’s speech: A mixed response to ‘hard Brexit’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Weitz-Shapiro, Rebecca and Winters, Matthew S. (2013) The Brazilian experience shows that voters are more forgiving of incompetence than they are of corruption. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Ben (2015) The UK: no longer the EU’s ‘awkward partner’. LSE Brexit (23 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Ben and Baxendale, Helen (2015) The power of the Anglosphere in Eurosceptical thought. LSE Brexit (10 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Ben and Vines, Emma (2015) Are EU referendums undermining parliamentary sovereignty? LSE Brexit (05 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Richard (2013) Removing rail subsidies could end up benefiting passengers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Wells, Anthony (2011) Polling indicates support for curfews, water cannons, plastic bullets, and bringing in the army to deal with rioters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

West, Ben (2014) The Palace of Westminster has the look and atmosphere of a private members’ club – so let’s start afresh. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Aug 2014) Blog Entry.

Wheatley, Jonathan (2015) Politics is too complex to be understood just in terms of Left and Right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

White, Anne (2010) What can we learn from Canada’s recent experience with hung parliaments? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

White, Anne (2011) The coalition government is facing criticism for its failure to keep the transparency agenda moving forward, but lessons can be learned by looking to Canada. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

White, Anne and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hasty changes to the machinery of government can disrupt departments for up to two years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 May 2010) Blog Entry.

White, Anne and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) What will change in Whitehall’s organization this time? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

White, Jonathan (2014) More urgently than a process of devolution, the UK needs to address the social and economic concerns articulated in Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

White, Mark D (2014) Basing government policy on happiness or well-being is misguided. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

White, Mark D (2014) Government policy should be based on respect and responsiveness rather than statistics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Sep 2014) Blog Entry.

Whitehead, Christine (2014) Miliband’s proposals: Old fashioned rent control or a better operating market? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Whitehead, Christine and Sagor, Emma (2015) New housing developments in the UK generally do not lower prices in surrounding areas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Whitehead, Christine and Sagor, Emma (2015) The increasing complexities of the welfare cap. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Whiteley, Paul and Clarke, Harold (2016) Representative samples are an issue for the pollsters – but so are respondents who lie. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

Whiting, Matthew (2017) One step closer to a united Ireland? Explaining Sinn Féin’s electoral success. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar (2016) Can data-sharing improve public services? Lessons for Parliament. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. (2014) The dynamic consent model provides a way forward for care.data. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) Identity cards, identity databases, biometric passports and compulsion: some clarifications. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) Labour’s policy on identity cards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) Opposition policies on identity cards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) The politics of the identity documents bill. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitman, Richard (2016) Building the Brexit machine: will the hardware match the software? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

Whittaker, Matthew (2015) Could the Conservatives and the Lib Dems find common ground on fiscal policy? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Whittaker, Matthew (2014) We need to solve the mortgage problem before interest rates rise. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2014) Blog Entry.

Wickham-Jones, Mark (2015) Trade union members did not shape the Labour leadership result as much as in past elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2015) Blog Entry.

Wildbore, Helen and Klug, Francesca (2011) Replacing the Human Rights Act with a weaker British Bill of Rights would send a sign to the international community that we are no longer serious about human rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilkes, Giles (2016) Broadening the market is good. To believe otherwise is flat-earth delusional. LSE Brexit (02 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Wilkes, Giles (2016) The EU stops the UK government doing what it wants. Business should like that. LSE Brexit (16 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Wilkes, Laura (2013) Women are held back in local government by a culture that pigeonholes us into ‘women’s issues’. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Aug 2013) Blog Entry.

Wilkins, Andrew (2013) Book review: Local democracy, civic engagement and community: from New Labour to the Big Society. LSE Review of Books (16 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Wilkins, Andrew (2013) The recent history of accountability in the English state school system has been one of struggle over meaning and participation. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah (2016) Is religion disappearing entirely from Great Britain? A fresh look at religiosity trends. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Dec 2016) Blog Entry.

Wilkins-Laflamme, Sarah (2016) Is religion disappearing entirely from Great Britain? A fresh look at religiosity trends. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2016) 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) Blog Entry.

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

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

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) 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) Blog Entry.

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.

Willcocks, Leslie P. (2011) Austerity will lead to further government outsourcing, but key lessons need to be learnt to avoid the mistakes of the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Willett, Joanie (2013) The ‘English Question’, what we can learn from the Cornish Assembly Campaign, and why an English tier is not enough. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Williams, Colin C (2015) Europe’s hidden economy: how governments can bring undeclared work out of the shadows. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Williams, Katherine (2017) Red Ellen: The Life of Ellen Wilkinson, Socialist, Feminist, Internationalist. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Williams, Laron K. and Somer-Topcu, Zeynap (2014) Motions of no confidence can negatively impact upon the public’s view of the Government. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Jun 2014) Blog Entry.

Williams, Mark (2012) British wage inequality: what occupation you have has never mattered so much. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Williams, Mike and Oliver, Tim (2017) In 2017 and beyond, the UK-US Special Relationship will be caught between a Trump Rock and a Brexit Hard Place. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2017) Blog Entry.

Williamson, Andy (2013) eVoting is a good idea, but it won’t happen any time soon. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Sep 2013) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Joan (2011) By scrapping the Education Maintenance Allowance the Coalition government risks losing their opportunity to target entrenched problems of social mobility and educational disadvantage among pupils from deprived backgrounds in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Richard (2013) Book review: accounting for ministers: scandal and survival in British Government 1945-2007. LSE Review of Books (10 May 2013) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Sophie (2016) Time’s running out: Brexit scrutineers Hilary Benn and Angus MacNeil need to get a move on. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Wingrove, Paul (2014) Book review: America and Britain: was there ever a special relationship? by Guy Arnold. LSE Review of Books (20 Aug 2014) Blog.

Wingrove, Paul (2013) Book review: Eminent parliamentarians: the speaker’s lectures. LSE Review of Books (30 Aug 2013) Blog.

Winters, Kristi and Carvalho, Edzia (2015) In defence of televised debates in UK elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Winters, Kristi and Carvalho, Edzia (2014) The party leaders must ensure that the next set of election debates don’t focus solely on England. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Nov 2014) Blog Entry.

Winzen, Thomas (2016) The EU doesn’t weaken UK parliamentary democracy as much as Leavers have you believe. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Witney, Nick (2015) Obstructive and unhelpful: what EU diplomats think of the UK’s strategy. LSE Brexit (25 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Witney, Simon (2017) Brexit in the Supreme Court – a landmark ruling, or monumental waste of time and money? LSE Brexit (06 Feb 2017) Blog Entry.

Wivel, Anders (2014) While the UK considers a ‘Brexit’, Danish Eurosceptics continue to be reluctantly pragmatic over EU membership. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Dec 2014) Blog Entry.

Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) The Labour party, Momentum and the problem with intra-party democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (31 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Wolkenstein, Fabio (2015) UKIP’s future hangs on the strength of its leadership, not its internal democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 May 2015) Blog Entry.

Wood, Matt (2012) An insider view on the relevance of political scientists to government. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Woolcock, Stephen (2016) Playing the game without a say in the rules: how Britain would trade outside the EU. LSE Brexit (24 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) The Liberal Democrat eruption is not finished yet. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2011) Worcester's Blog – boring election: a myth? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog – Tories hold a steady lead, but 'magic 40%' is still beyond them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog – polls apart? no, they are not! British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog – polls hopelessly out of date: a myth? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog: after the debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester’s blog – not pathy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester’s blog: voters swing behind the coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

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) Blog Entry.

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) 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.

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.

Wratil, Christopher (2016) Are UK citizens losing out in Brussels? Not really. LSE Brexit (18 May 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Jonathan (2011) Public sector cuts have the potential to exacerbate growing geographical and generational divides in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Wright, Martin (2016) Labour’s crisis is the latest manifestation of a tension that goes back to the party’s pre-history. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2016) Achieving a ‘good’ Brexit: what David Cameron needs to do now. LSE Brexit (27 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2016) Post-Brexit, would Whitehall be able to rise to the challenge of negotiating the best possible deal? LSE Brexit (24 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2017) Squeezed mandarins: the four big challenges facing the civil service. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2017) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nicholas (2016) Theresa Villiers wants Northern Ireland out of the EU. That stance may be untenable. LSE Brexit (04 Mar 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Nick (2016) ‘Brexit means Brexit’ – but is Whitehall up to the challenge? LSE Brexit (25 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Wright, Tony (2014) The problem of politics as a game. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2014) Blog Entry.

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

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

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

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

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) Blog Entry.

Wyness, Gill (2015) Paying for higher education. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Yagci, Alper (2016) How the Occupy movement may have facilitated political change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2016) Blog Entry.

Yiu, Chris (2012) Opening up public data should be an urgent priority for the government and could lead to considerable economic benefits. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Young, Penny (2015) The 32nd British Social Attitudes sheds a light on the public opinion trends that will decide the General Election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Ypi, Lea (2015) Jeremy Corbyn’s rise shows the true value of political parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2015) Blog Entry.

Yu, Jie (2016) China is an unexpectedly strong supporter of the Remain camp. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

Yu, Jie (2016) Don’t let the Hinkley C delay sour Sino-British relations post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (23 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Yu, Jie (2015) The golden age of Sino-British relations has begun. Quitting the EU could halt it. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2015) Blog Entry.

Zaiotti, Ruben (2013) Margaret Thatcher’s fixation on national borders played a fundamental role in the making of the Schengen regime. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Apr 2013) Blog Entry.

Zeglovitz, Eva and Kritzinger, Sylvia (2014) Asking specific targeted questions can overcome misreporting and bring about greater accuracy in post-election surveys. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Jul 2014) Blog Entry.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2017) Both Brexit and the financial crisis highlight why economists should admit they can’t always get it right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2016) Brexit and the UK economy – when will we know the impact? Dates for the diary. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2016) Fog in the Channel: reports of a Brexit boost are at best premature. LSE Brexit (07 Sep 2016) Blog Entry.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2017) ‘Hurricane Brexit’ – or why economists should admit they can’t always get it right. LSE Brexit (02 Mar 2017) Blog Entry.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2016) Negative interest rates are an opportunity for the UK to invest in sustainable infrastructure. LSE Business Review (14 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Zettelmeyer, Jeromin, Hix, Simon, Cable, Vince and van Geffen, Robert (2016) What’s Germany really thinking? Vince Cable, Simon Hix and Jeromin Zettelmeyer discuss Brexit. LSE Brexit (05 Oct 2016) Blog Entry.

Zoido-Oses, Paula (2015) Female-only carriages: Corbyn’s proposal shows an alarming lack of understanding of the real causes of harassment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Aug 2015) Blog Entry.

Zuccotti, Carolina (2016) The ethnic concentration of a neighbourhood has varying effects on employment prospects for men and women across different ethnicities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

Zucman, Gabriel (2015) Inequality: Are we really ‘all in this together’? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2015) Blog Entry.

Zurawski, Jan (2015) A British departure from the EU will not inevitably lead to Scottish independence. Referenda are always unpredictable. LSE Brexit (08 Dec 2015) Blog Entry.

de Grauwe, Paul (2016) After Brexit, the EU must break with neo-liberalism and address the discontents of globalisation. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2016) Blog Entry.

de Grauwe, Paul (2016) How to prevent Brexit from damaging the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Aug 2016) Blog Entry.

de Grauwe, Paul (2016) The UK’s renegotiation: keeping up appearances. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

de Vries, Catherine E. (2014) Throwing the rascals out is tricky, but not impossible. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

de Vries, Gijs (2016) Security: the UK should not relinquish power by voting for a Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

de Witte, Floris (2016) Freedom of movement is not simply an economic good, but a bulwark against oppression. LSE Brexit (03 Feb 2016) Blog Entry.

sloman, Peter (2016) Tim Farron’s challenge: why Brexit creates risks for the Liberal Democrats, as well as opportunities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2016) Blog Entry.

van Geffen, Robert (2016) Would Brexit be the final straw for financial services in the UK? LSE Brexit (20 Jun 2016) Blog Entry.

von Ondarza, Nicolai (2016) What a fair relationship between ‘euro ins’ and ‘euro outs’ could look like. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jan 2016) Blog Entry.

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Thesis

Subrahmanyam, Gita (2003) Bringing the Empire back in: patterns of growth in the British imperial state, 1890-1960 (with special reference to India and Africa). PhD thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science.

This list was generated on Sat Apr 29 01:09:14 2017 BST.