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Russell, Meg and Serban, Ruxandra (2021) Why it is indeed time for the Westminster model to be retired from comparative politics. Government and Opposition. ISSN 0017-257X

Russell, Meg and Serban, Ruxandra (2020) The muddle of the 'Westminster Model': a concept stretched beyond repair. Government and Opposition. ISSN 0017-257X

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Russell, Meg and Serban, Ruxandra (2020) An ageing and distinctly cloudy term: why it is time for the ‘Westminster model’ to be retired. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2020). Blog Entry.

Russell, Meg (2020) Parliament and Brexit: what went wrong, and why we urgently need to fix it. LSE Brexit (17 Jun 2020). Blog Entry.

Sargeant, Jess, Renwick, Alan and Russell, Meg (2018) How long would it take to hold a second referendum on Brexit? LSE Brexit (05 Sep 2018). Website.

Sargeant, Jess, Renwick, Alan and Russell, Meg (2018) A second referendum is clearly possible. LSE Brexit (16 Aug 2018). Website.

Leston-Bandeira, Cristina, Talbot, Colin, Russell, Meg, Lovenduski, Joni, Bates, Stephen and Crowe, Jessica (2014) Essential scrutiny or a national embarrassment? Experts respond to the Hansard Society’s report on Prime Minister’s Questions. Democratic Audit UK (04 Mar 2014). Website.

Russell, Meg (2013) David Cameron’s Syria defeat was unexpected, but Prime Ministers are regularly forced to bow to Parliament’s will. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Aug 2013). Website.

Russell, Meg (2013) David Cameron’s Syria defeat was unexpected, but Prime Ministers are regularly forced to bow to Parliament’s will. Democratic Audit UK (30 Aug 2013). Website.

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