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Accornero, Guya and Ramos Pinto, Pedro (2015) Patterns of protest in Portugal show the relationship between the 'old' politics of labour and ‘new’ anti-austerity movements. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Jun 2015). Website.

Accornero, Guya and Ramos Pinto, Pedro (2015) Patterns of protest in Portugal show the relationship between the ‘old’ politics of labour and ‘new’ anti-austerity movements. Democratic Audit UK (05 Jun 2015). Website.

Aidt, Toke, Leon, Gabriel, Franck, Raphael and Jensen, Peter (2015) The threat of revolution can play a pivotal role in spurring democratisation. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Jan 2015). Website.

Alexander, Titus (2015) A political education portal which brings together currently disparate democratic information should be developed. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Feb 2015). Website.

Allen, Graham, Smith, Martin and Richards, Dave (2015) The demise of the Parliament’s Political and Constitutional Reform Comittee: executive power is again predominant. Democratic Audit Blog (25 May 2015). Website.

Allen, Graham, Smith, Martin and Richards, Dave (2015) The demise of the Parliament’s Political and Constitutional Reform Comittee: executive power is again predominant. Democratic Audit UK (25 May 2015). Website.

Allen, Nicholas (2015) If the debates do not go ahead, it will be the fault of self-interest on the part of the main parties and the broadcasters. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Jan 2015). Website.

Allsop, Bradley (2015) Compulsory voting is not the answer, but fixing an archaic system is. Democratic Audit UK (29 Jul 2015). Website.

Amos, Merris (2015) The Government’s case against the European Court of Human Rights is a smokescreen. Democratic Audit UK (10 Jun 2015). Website.

Anderson, Chingun (2015) Why do some democracies fail to help their poor? Ethnic diversity and identity politics may provide answers. Democratic Audit UK (06 Nov 2015). Website.

André, Audrey, Bradbury, Jonathan and Depauw, Sam (2015) Politicians are more likely to forward constituent inquiries to the appropriate level if they are of the same party as the recipient. Democratic Audit UK (26 Nov 2015). Website.

Anheier, Helmut K. (2015) Democracy requires the critical engagement of practitioners and experts alike if it is to thrive in these challenging times. Democratic Audit UK (04 Aug 2015). Website.

Ariely, Gal (2015) Does diversity erode social cohesion? It depends on how diversity is conceptualized and measured. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Feb 2015). Website.

Atanssow, Ewa (2015) How we diagnose the state of democracy today depends on how we define democracy. Democratic Audit UK (25 Sep 2015). Website.

Auel, Katrin, Rozenberg, Olivier and Tacea, Angela (2015) National parliaments are not the losers of EU integration – at least not anymore. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Apr 2015). Website.

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Bale, Tim and Hampshire, James (2015) The UK’s political parties do matter when it comes to determining immigration policy. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Jan 2015). Website.

Bale, Tim and Kippin, Sean (2015) Interview part 2: Tim Bale on Ed Miliband’s approach to public services, constitutional reform, and whether he can win. Democratic Audit UK (17 Apr 2015). Website.

Bale, Tim and Kippin, Sean (2015) Interview: Tim Bale on Ed Miliband’s ‘presentationally weak, but strategically astute’ leadership of the Labour Party. Democratic Audit UK (15 Apr 2015). Website.

Bale, Tim and Kippin, Sean (2015) Interview: Tim Bale on comparisons between Ed Miliband and David Cameron as Leader of the Opposition. Democratic Audit UK (05 May 2015). Website.

Barber, Stephen (2015) Opposition Leaders need to share power with credible ‘alternative Chancellors’ if they want to win elections. Democratic Audit UK (20 Aug 2015). Website.

Barber, Stephen (2015) The Tax Credits dispute illustrates both the need for Lords reform, and why it is unlikely to happen any time soon. Democratic Audit UK (26 Oct 2015). Website.

Barnett, Neil (2015) Austerity is in serious danger of sending the role of councillor into a slide towards irrelevance. Democratic Audit Blog (12 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Baxter, Graeme (2015) Analysis of Twitter responses indicates a preference for diversity in televised political debates. Democratic Audit UK (03 Jul 2015). Website.

Baxter, Graeme (2015) A below par performance? Donald Trump’s golf resort development and government openness and transparency in Scotland. Democratic Audit UK (31 Oct 2015). Website.

Baxter, Jacqueline and Farrell, Catherine (2015) Governing public services in England and Wales: a move from the stakeholder model could further the democratic deficit. Democratic Audit UK (16 Dec 2015). Website.

Berkhout, Joost (2015) Economic rather than political forces shape the pattern of lobbying at the European level. Democratic Audit UK (12 Jun 2015). Website.

Berry, Craig (2015) Financialisation, home-ownership, and how democracy became a threat to economic growth. Democratic Audit Blog (04 May 2015). Website.

Berry, Craig (2015) Financialisation, home-ownership, and how democracy became a threat to economic growth. Democratic Audit UK (04 May 2015). Website.

Berry, Richard (2015) Three reforms that would be more effective than adding a ‘None of the above’ option to ballot papers. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Jan 2015). Website.

Berry, Richard (2015) Why we need an NHS election day. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Apr 2015). Website.

Birch, Sarah (2015) A boundary allocation entailing more competitive results would not necessarily be more ‘political’, but it would be more democratic. Democratic Audit UK (23 Oct 2015). Website.

Birch, Sarah and Allen, Nicholas (2015) If the divide between politicians and the public is to be bridged, we need better understanding on both sides. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Mar 2015). Website.

Blais, André, Morin-Chassé, Alexandre and Singh, Shane P. (2015) Voters who support under-represented parties are more likely to express dissatisfaction with the political system. Democratic Audit UK (30 Jun 2015). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2015) Federalism could be the only means of resolving some of the UK constitution’s fundamental difficultiies. Democratic Audit UK (06 Jun 2015). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2015) The abolition of the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is a loss to Parliament and British democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (26 May 2015). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2015) The abolition of the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is a loss to Parliament and British democracy. Democratic Audit UK (26 May 2015). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2015) A new constitutional settlement for the UK would be the most fitting Magna Carta celebration. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jun 2015). Website.

Blick, Andrew, Thompson, Louise, Trench, Alan and Paun, Akash (2015) EVEL intentions, or a necessary solution? Experts respond to the Government’s English Votes for English Laws proposals. Democratic Audit UK (07 Jul 2015). Website.

Bol, Damian, Pilet, Jean-Benoit and Riera, Pedro (2015) The take-up of mechanisms designed to temper proportional representation shows that countries don’t choose their electoral systems and rules in a vacuum. Democratic Audit Blog (22 May 2015). Website.

Bol, Damien, Pilet, Jean-Benoit and Riera, Pedro (2015) The take-up of mechanisms designed to temper proportional representation shows that countries don’t choose their electoral systems and rules in a vacuum. Democratic Audit UK (22 May 2015). Website.

Bolger, Conall (2015) Regulators are frequently the source of castigation, but they are bound by practical realities. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Mar 2015). Website.

Bolleyer, Nicole (2015) The blurring of party-political and parliamentary roles can impede the effectiveness of regulatory regimes. Democratic Audit UK (28 Sep 2015). Website.

Boujemi, Hanane (2015) Since the Snowden revelations, more people have joined the discussion on digital rights, but change requires more than conversation. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Apr 2015). Website.

Bousbah, Karima, Hänni, Miriam, Heyne, Lea, Müller, Lisa and Ruth, Saskia (2015) The UK has just held a General Election – but how democratic are we as a country? Democratic Audit Blog (10 May 2015). Website.

Bousbah, Karima, Hänni, Miriam, Heyne, Lea, Müller, Lisa and Ruth, Saskia (2015) The UK has just held a General Election – but how democratic are we as a country? Democratic Audit UK (10 May 2015). Website.

Boyle, Katie (2015) The Government’s new EVEL timeline still isn’t sufficient to facilitate the necessary debate and deliberation. Democratic Audit UK (10 Jul 2015). Website.

Braithwaite, Paul (2015) Northern Ireland desperately needs a deliberative model to prevent it becoming a dictatorship of electoral democracy. Democratic Audit UK (30 Oct 2015). Website.

Brewer, John D. and Hayes, Bernadette C. (2015) There is a need to develop both a victim-led and victim-centred approach to dealing with the legacy of Northern Ireland’s violent past. Democratic Audit UK (25 Aug 2015). Website.

Bright, Jonathan, Döring, Holger and Little, Conor (2015) How do European democracies compare when it comes to the length of ministerial careers? Democratic Audit UK (11 Jun 2015). Website.

Brown, Richard (2015) More radical thinking than we are currently seeing will be needed to secure the devolved powers that London needs. Democratic Audit UK (10 Sep 2015). Website.

Bruter, Michael and Harrison, Sarah (2015) Granting 16 and 17 years olds the right to vote is not a panacea for youth engagement in politics, but it is necessary for democracy. Democratic Audit UK (18 Sep 2015). Website.

Bühlmann, Marc, Heyne, Lea, Merkel, Wolfgang, Müller, Lisa, Ruth, Saskia and Weßels, Bernhard (2015) Democracy barometer: a new approach to evaluating the quality of democratic systems. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Apr 2015). Website.

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Cadywould, Charlie (2015) Democratic participation can help to alleviate Britain’s housing crisis. Democratic Audit UK (10 Dec 2015). Website.

Cairney, Paul (2015) Constitutional issues look set to only have a marginal influence on the General Election, at least in England. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Jan 2015). Website.

Cairney, Paul (2015) Five political problems with ‘Full Fiscal Autonomy’ for Scotland. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Jul 2015). Website.

Canetti, Daphna, Hirsch-Hoefler, Sivan and Hobfoll, Stevan (2015) Individuals exposed to political violence are less likely to support compromises in peace talks. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jan 2015). Website.

Carr-West, Jonathan (2015) Local government needs fiscal devolution, more power in the hands of councils and communities and respect from the centre. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jun 2015). Website.

Carr-West, Jonathan (2015) Local government needs fiscal devolution, more power in the hands of councils and communities and respect from the centre. Democratic Audit UK (02 Jun 2015). Website.

Cestnik, Bojan and Kern, Alenka (2015) Research from Slovenia shows ‘administrative literacy’ is key in people getting the most from e-government services. Democratic Audit UK (20 Jul 2015). Website.

Cheetham, Tim (2015) Rigid statutory demands, budget cuts, and lack of political choice are strangling local government innovation. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Apr 2015). Website.

Chwalisz, Claudia (2015) The cry of populism signals a wider frustration with ‘politics as usual’, and greater use of deliberation could be the answer. Democratic Audit UK (24 Aug 2015). Website.

Chwalisz, Claudia (2015) The moment of genuine interest in Canada’s democracy afforded by Stephen Harper’s defeat must not go to waste. Democratic Audit UK (22 Oct 2015). Website.

Clark, Alistair and James, Toby (2015) The UK’s electoral infrastructure is functional due to the efforts of many individuals, but it cannot be taken for granted. Democratic Audit UK (29 Sep 2015). Website.

Clegg, Daniel (2015) Despite the tax credit U-turn a radical upheaval in support for the working poor is still underway. Democratic Audit UK (11 Dec 2015). Website.

Coffé, Hilde (2015) Lower education levels goes hand in hand with support for direct democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Feb 2015). Website.

Copus, Colin (2015) The next step for local government should be the right to pass primary legislation. Democratic Audit UK (14 May 2015). Website.

Corbett, Jack and Boswell, John (2015) Disillusionment with democratic governance is common to both elite and citizen actors. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Mar 2015). Website.

Costello, Rory and Thomson, Robert (2015) The European Parliament’s transnational party groups are surprisingly cohesive, but don’t underestimate the potential for national divisions. Democratic Audit UK (24 Jun 2015). Website.

Courtney, John (2015) The promise to change the Canadian electoral system is a bold commitment, and one that will be tough to meet. Democratic Audit UK (30 Oct 2015). Website.

Cowell-Meyers, Kimberley (2015) The Women’s Equality Party will struggle to win seats, but it can push women’s issues up the political agenda. Democratic Audit UK (11 Nov 2015). Website.

Crines, Andrew (2015) Jeremy Corbyn’s rhetoric is effective because his style of engagement contrasts so markedly with the other candidates. Democratic Audit UK (06 Aug 2015). Website.

Cullinane, Carl (2015) First-Past-the-Post means that many constituencies are foregone conclusions, so how much power do voters really have? Democratic Audit Blog (06 May 2015). Website.

Cullinane, Carl (2015) Introducing the Democratic Dashboard: a new voter information resource. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Mar 2015). Website.

Cullinane, Carl (2015) The latest Commons Political Reform Committee report illustrates popular opinion on voter engagement measures. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Feb 2015). Website.

Cullinane, Carl and Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2015) How to use the Democratic Dashboard. Democratic Audit UK (01 May 2015). Website.

Curini, Luigi (2015) The cohesion of committees is key in determining their legislative effectiveness. Democratic Audit UK (13 Jan 2015). Website.

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De Conca, Silvia (2015) Online communities and the law: how e-participation is changing voting rights. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jul 2015). Website.

Defty, Andrew (2015) Andrew Parker’s BBC interview shows continuing weaknesses in how UK security services are scrutinised. Democratic Audit UK (06 Oct 2015). Website.

Defty, Andrew (2015) Proper scrutiny must not be set aside in Britain’s response to the attacks in Paris. Democratic Audit UK (20 Nov 2015). Website.

Defty, Andrew (2015) The delay in appointing a new Intelligence and Security Committee threatens to undermine its work before it has even begun. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jul 2015). Website.

Deva, Sagar S. and Kirkland, Christopher (2015) By abandoning ideology for short term pragmatism both left and right are trivialising important constitutional questions. Democratic Audit UK (17 Nov 2015). Website.

Dinas, Elias, Riera, Pedro and Roussias, Nasos (2015) Making the breakthrough into Parliament boosts the electoral success of smaller political parties. Democratic Audit UK (14 Jul 2015). Website.

Dorey, Pete and Denham, Andrew (2015) The election of an ‘outsider’ as Labour leader is linked to new selection rules and the ideological alternative on offer. Democratic Audit UK (02 Oct 2015). Website.

Dorling, Danny (2015) Creating a more equal society will require understanding and generosity, hope, perseverance, but above all kindness. Democratic Audit UK (18 Dec 2015). Website.

Dryzek, John (2015) Deliberation’s domain extends well beyond Parliament. Democratic Audit UK (20 Oct 2015). Website.

Duncan, Grant (2015) What will the long term impact of the Cabinet Manual be? Developments in New Zealand may hold the answer. Democratic Audit UK (13 Nov 2015). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2015) Three more years of Cameron – but it will be a rocky road ahead. Democratic Audit Blog (08 May 2015). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2015) Three more years of Cameron – but it will be a rocky road ahead. Democratic Audit UK (08 May 2015). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2015) The UK election spells the end for the biggest ‘law’ in political science. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Apr 2015). Website.

Durose, Catherine, Justice, Jonathan and Skelcher, Chris (2015) The expansion of arms-length government is not necessarily at odds with democratic accountability. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Feb 2015). Website.

Dávid-Barrett, Elizabeth (2015) Parliamentary codes of conduct do not end political corruption, but they can help build a democratic political culture. Democratic Audit UK (05 Aug 2015). Website.

de Besi, Elena (2015) Only an approach founded on rights and obligations can allow for effective and legitimate public infrastructure provision. Democratic Audit UK (13 Jul 2015). Website.

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Eiser, David (2015) In Scotland, public appetite for further fiscal decentralisation is fuelled by greater levels of trust in Holyrood than in Westminster. Democratic Audit UK (26 Aug 2015). Website.

Erzeel, Silvia and Caluwaerts, Didier (2015) Evidence from Belgium shows that gender quotas do not necessarily eliminate voter bias against women candidates. Democratic Audit UK (01 Sep 2015). Website.

Escobar, Oliver (2015) Reclaiming democracy: a systems approach to change the system. Democratic Audit UK (09 Nov 2015). Website.

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Farrer, Benjamin D. (2015) Voters react to ethnic minority candidates in different and sometimes unexpected ways. Democratic Audit UK (17 Jul 2015). Website.

Felle, Tom (2015) Data journalism may be helping to solidify the divide between those who can afford to be in engaged in the political process and the rest. Democratic Audit Blog (17 Feb 2015). Website.

Fortin-Rittberger, Jessica, Rittberger, Berthold and Dingler, Sarah (2015) Recruitment procedures shape the gender composition of party lists in European Parliament elections. Democratic Audit UK (14 Dec 2015). Website.

Fortunato, David (2015) Cabinet participation erodes the distinctiveness of junior coalition partners’ ‘brand’. Democratic Audit UK (20 Oct 2015). Website.

Fox, Stuart (2015) How can we get more young people voting in elections? Start by abandoning the myth of ‘politically alienated youth’. Democratic Audit UK (01 Oct 2015). Website.

Frank, Mark (2015) Unless we change the way we think about transparency, open data is unlikely to have a significant political impact at the local level. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Jun 2015). Website.

Frank, Mark (2015) Unless we change the way we think about transparency, open data is unlikely to have a significant political impact at the local level. Democratic Audit UK (04 Jun 2015). Website.

Fredén, Annika (2015) Parties’ pre-election signals can and do influence strategic voting, according to evidence from Sweden. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Feb 2015). Website.

Furlong, Shauneen and Kippin, Sean (2015) Interview: Shauneen Furlong on Canada’s slide from digital government pre-eminence. Democratic Audit UK (08 Sep 2015). Website.

Furlong, Shauneen and Kippin, Sean (2015) Interview: Shauneen Furlong on the challenges inherent in making the transition to digital government. Democratic Audit UK (28 Aug 2015). Website.

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Game, Chris (2015) Like our students, UK voters should have the option to vote for 'Re-open Nominations'. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Apr 2015). Website.

Gandrud, Christopher and Grafström, Cassandra (2015) The ‘rule of thumb’ that left-wing parties cause inflation is probably bogus – and has democratic implications. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Feb 2015). Website.

Gandrud, Christopher and Hallerberg, Mark (2015) Democratically elected politicians tend to push the cost of financial crises to the future in order to avert unpopularity. Democratic Audit UK (24 Sep 2015). Website.

Garica, Blake and Wimpy, Camron (2015) The spread of communications technology may facilitate increases in levels of anti-government violence. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Mar 2015). Website.

Garland, Jess (2015) The UK needs a cleaner and fairer system of election funding. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Mar 2015). Website.

Garland, Jess (2015) The UK’s political parties need to adapt if they are to retain a sustainable footing in the 21st Century. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Jan 2015). Website.

Gatterman, Katjana and Hefftler, Claudia (2015) Political motivation is crucial for parliamentary behaviour in the EU’s Early Warning System. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Mar 2015). Website.

Gearty, Conor ORCID: 0000-0002-3885-2650 (2015) Terrorism does not destroy, provided we restrain our excusable instinct to dive into the false security of a police state. Democratic Audit UK (21 Nov 2015). Website.

Geohegan, Pauline (2015) The Kerslake Review has shone a light on the deeply dysfunctional nature of Birmingham local government. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jan 2015). Website.

Gherghina, Sergiu and Groh, Adriana (2015) Poor visibility and design flaws are hampering the participatory potential of the European Citizens’ Initiative. Democratic Audit UK (26 Jun 2015). Website.

Gifford, Chris (2015) The UK’s ‘Brexit’ referendum represents a victory for the forces of populist Euroscepticism. Democratic Audit UK (15 Dec 2015). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2015) A review of the top Voter Advice Applications for the 2015 General Election. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Apr 2015). Website.

Goes, Eunice (2015) Even if he wins, Jeremy Corbyn will never be able to lead the Labour Party. Democratic Audit UK (21 Aug 2015). Website.

Goes, Eunice (2015) The new Labour leadership contest rules are responsible for the lacklustre pre-campaign. Democratic Audit UK (08 Jun 2015). Website.

Goodrich, Steve (2015) Lobbying reform: we need political will not gesture politics. Democratic Audit UK (04 Nov 2015). Website.

Goplerud, Max (2015) A new method for addressing parliamentary boundaries shows the extent of Britain’s “safe seat” problem. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Apr 2015). Website.

Graunt, John (2015) Citizens’ assemblies provide an institutional foothold for republican political practices. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Mar 2015). Website.

Grimm, Sonja (2015) Conflicting objectives, neglected relationships, and authoritarian backlash: the crisis of EU democracy promotion. Democratic Audit UK (02 Sep 2015). Website.

Gross, Martin and Debus, Marc (2015) Local politicians take the party affiliation of directly elected mayors into account when forming coalitions. Democratic Audit UK (03 Aug 2015). Website.

Grube, Dennis (2015) The requirement for civil servants to “promote” government policy has inevitably led to the perception of partisanship. Democratic Audit UK (27 Aug 2015). Website.

Guerra, Simona (2015) Keep your distance: on the relationship between European integration and religion. Democratic Audit Blog (13 May 2015). Website.

Guerra, Simona (2015) Keep your distance: on the relationship between European integration and religion. Democratic Audit UK (13 May 2015). Website.

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Hagelund, Camilla and Goddard, Jonathan (2015) If Parliament is to be truly effective, committees must become more powerful and independent. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Mar 2015). Website.

Halfon, Robert (2015) Democracy must evolve with the times if it is to retain the trust of the UK public. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Mar 2015). Website.

Hammond, Ed and Ogunye, Temi (2015) Involve’s ‘Room for a View’ is an exciting contribution to the debate on the shape of democracy’s future. Democratic Audit UK (10 Nov 2015). Website.

Han, Kyung Joon (2015) How mainstream parties react to the rise of radical right-wing parties. Democratic Audit UK (24 Jul 2015). Website.

Hanretty, Chris (2015) The 2015 election has been described as the most disproportional ever – but it wasn’t disproportional everywhere. Democratic Audit UK (21 Dec 2015). Website.

Hawthorn, Tom (2015) Plans to detect and prevent electoral fraud are under way ahead of this May’s General Election. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Jan 2015). Website.

Hertner, Isabelle (2015) The Labour Party’s European policy under Jeremy Corbyn: no Brexit, no Grexit. Democratic Audit UK (10 Oct 2015). Website.

Hill, Eleanor (2015) Political parties need to take greater responsibility for Pakistani and Bangladeshi clan politicking in order to protect our democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (28 May 2015). Website.

Hill, Eleanor (2015) Political parties need to take greater responsibility for Pakistani and Bangladeshi clan politicking in order to protect our democracy. Democratic Audit UK (28 May 2015). Website.

Hochschild, Jennifer and Einstein, Katherine Levine (2015) None of the remedies to political misinformation and voter ignorance are perfect, but they are worth trying. Democratic Audit UK (22 Jul 2015). Website.

Hooghe, Mark, Marien, Sofie and Oser, Jennifer (2015) Hashtag activism is not the solution to democratic inequality. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Feb 2015). Website.

Högenauer, Anna-Lena and Neuhold, Christine (2015) Parliamentary administrations: an important pillar in the parliamentary scrutiny of EU affairs. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Apr 2015). Website.

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Iqtidar, Humeira (2015) The killing of British citizens without democratic oversight raises questions over the government’s use of drones. Democratic Audit UK (15 Oct 2015). Website.

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James, Toby (2015) Individual electoral registration needs further reform to counteract its negative side effects. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Feb 2015). Website.

John, Fenwick (2015) The North-East Combined Authority represents another step in the uncertain progress of English devolution. Democratic Audit UK (13 Aug 2015). Website.

Johnson, April (2015) Party environments shape the way that we, as citizens, think about politics. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Mar 2015). Website.

Johnson, Craig and Rodger, Sunil (2015) Economic solutions are unlikely to ease immigration concerns. Democratic Audit UK (27 Nov 2015). Website.

Jones, Steven (2015) Anonymising UCAS forms is only a first step towards fair and discrimination-free university admissions. Democratic Audit UK (27 Oct 2015). Website.

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Kaltwasser, Cristóbal (2015) Populist forces are not foolish – they are posing legitimate questions about the state of democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Feb 2015). Website.

Kayser, Mark and Leininger, Arndt (2015) Voters seem to respond to the the ‘reported’ rather than the ‘real’ economy. Democratic Audit UK (09 Sep 2015). Website.

Kern, Anna, Marien, Sofie and Hooghe, Marc (2015) Fierce but short-lived: how does economic crisis affect political participation? Democratic Audit Blog (05 Mar 2015). Website.

Kippin, John (2015) A participatory exploration: understanding the relationship between democracy and photography. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Mar 2015). Website.

Kippin, Sean (2015) 10 key contests to look out for on election night. Democratic Audit UK (07 May 2015). Website.

Kippin, Sean and Gilson, Christopher (2015) Interview: Professor Susan J. Carroll on the barriers facing women in politics on both sides of the Atlantic. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Jan 2015). Website.

Kuha, Jouni (2015) The exit poll in 2010 was almost exactly correct, but what is it, and how does it actually work? Democratic Audit UK (07 May 2015). Website.

Kukathas, Chandran (2015) Why immigration controls resemble apartheid in their adverse consequences for freedom. Democratic Audit UK (15 Sep 2015). Website.

Kuntz, Philipp and Odinius, Daniel (2015) Dictators don’t necessarily favour cooperation with other authoritarian regimes over democracies. Democratic Audit UK (17 Dec 2015). Website.

Kölln, Ann-Kristin (2015) Despite their manifest flaws, political parties improve democracy and it is implausible that it could be successful without them. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jan 2015). Website.

Kölln, Ann-Kristin (2015) Not all parties lose members but those that do are older and more institutionalised. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jul 2015). Website.

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Langan Teele, Dawn (2015) Militancy shines on the big screen, but democratic tactics actually won British women the vote. Democratic Audit UK (23 Nov 2015). Website.

Lara Otaola, Miguel Angel (2015) It remains to be seen whether recent reforms can reverse Mexico’s decline in electoral integrity. Democratic Audit UK (19 Aug 2015). Website.

Lavi, Liron (2015) Understanding democracy as a product of citizen performances reduces the need for a defined ‘people’. Democratic Audit UK (08 Oct 2015). Website.

Lawrence, Mat (2015) Democratic revival can come from devolved democracy. Democratic Audit UK (23 Nov 2015). Website.

Lawrence, Mathew and Gottfried, Glenn (2015) Tackling political inequality requires a “carrot and stick” approach. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Jan 2015). Website.

LeDuc, Lawrence (2015) Significant changes to the referendum process are required to make direct democracy deliberative in practice. Democratic Audit UK (04 Dec 2015). Website.

Lehoucq, Fabrice and Kolev, Kiril (2015) Electoral fraud is less common in proportional representation systems than it is in plurality systems. Democratic Audit Blog (19 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Leiter, Debra and Clark, Michael ORCID: 0000-0003-4964-5005 (2015) Voters do not improve their evaluations of the political system simply because the government is behaving well. Democratic Audit UK (12 Nov 2015). Website.

Leninger, Arndt (2015) Direct democracy is ill-fitted to engaging the politically disengaged, but popular with more active citizens. Democratic Audit UK (30 Jul 2015). Website.

Leston-Bandeira, Cristina (2015) The Digital Democracy Commission report is about far more than just digital. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Feb 2015). Website.

Lichtner, Giacomo, Seymour, Mark and Abbenhuis, Maartja (2015) Between cohesion and division: reconciling the faultines of Europe’s past. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Jan 2015). Website.

Lloren, Anouk (2015) Building long-term relations of trust between civil society, voters and female politicians is essential to gender quotas’ success. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Feb 2015). Website.

Loveday, Barry (2015) The current configuration of personnel within police forces now calls for radical reform. Democratic Audit UK (22 Dec 2015). Website.

Lovett, Clare (2015) Political marketing can be an asset rather than a threat to democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (02 May 2015). Website.

Lovett, Clare (2015) Political marketing can be an asset rather than a threat to democracy. Democratic Audit UK (02 May 2015). Website.

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Malek, Rafael (2015) The 2015 election was won and lost on brands, messages, and leaders rather than policy. Democratic Audit UK (18 Aug 2015). Website.

Marland, Alex (2015) Could Labour and the Liberal Democrats merge? If so, they should look to Canada for inspiration. Democratic Audit UK (01 Jul 2015). Website.

Marsh, Ian (2015) Select Committees are engaging better than ever before, but while much as been accomplished, much more remains possible. Democratic Audit UK (30 Nov 2015). Website.

Marsh, Ian (2015) Twelve recommendations to strengthen public engagement by Commons committees. Democratic Audit UK (07 Dec 2015). Website.

Martin, Ian (2015) People’s vews about what kind of region they want to live in will inform their views on local and regional devolution. Democratic Audit UK (07 Sep 2015). Website.

Martinez i Coma, Ferran and Van Ham, Carolien (2015) How seriously should we take the opinions of academics and experts when it comes to complicated issues like electoral integrity? Democratic Audit UK (09 Jun 2015). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2015) As the current parliament progresses, the dissonance between constitutional norms and governing reality may prove too great to ignore. Democratic Audit UK (08 Dec 2015). Website.

Matthews, Neil, Raymond, Christopher and Garry, John (2015) Jeremy Corbyn’s republican and socialist sympathies add even greater uncertainty into Northern Ireland politics. Democratic Audit UK (22 Sep 2015). Website.

McAngus, Craig (2015) How do nationalist parties reform their organisational profiles? The cases of Plaid Cymru and the SNP compared. Democratic Audit Blog (18 May 2015). Website.

McAngus, Craig (2015) How do nationalist parties reform their organisational profiles? The cases of Plaid Cymru and the SNP compared. Democratic Audit UK (18 May 2015). Website.

McAngus, Craig (2015) The election has transformed Scottish politics, and created a context where another referendum is possible. Democratic Audit Blog (08 May 2015). Website.

McAngus, Craig (2015) The election has transformed Scottish politics, and created a context where another referendum is possible. Democratic Audit UK (08 May 2015). Website.

McHarg, Aileen (2015) The constitutional implications of the rise of the SNP. Democratic Audit Blog (07 May 2015). Website.

McLean, Iain (2015) The Government’s narrow EVEL proposals are likely to repeat the mistakes of the past. Democratic Audit UK (08 Jul 2015). Website.

McMahon, Simon and Allen, Jessica (2015) Young people feel distant from the ‘pale, male and stale’ political class, but are eager for change. Democratic Audit UK (19 Jun 2015). Website.

Mell, Andrew (2015) The relationship between political donations and peerages shows the need for party finance and House of Lords reform. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Apr 2015). Website.

Meyer, Thomas M., Haselmayer, Martin and Wagner, Markus (2015) The media’s gatekeeping function means that party press coverage often reproduces and reinforces existing power structures. Democratic Audit UK (12 Aug 2015). Website.

Meza, Oliver D. (2015) Failure to take into account existing institutions risks jeopardising the success of new reforms. Democratic Audit UK (10 Nov 2015). Website.

Michener, Gregory (2015) The presence of more parties in a governing cabinet can encourage greater transparency. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Feb 2015). Website.

Mols, Frank (2015) 'Nudges' may be effective at times, but policymakers will be disappointed if they rely on them to tackle entrenched problems. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Apr 2015). Website.

Morris, Marley (2015) Reforming laws on free movement will be a headache for any future government. Democratic Audit UK (01 Apr 2015). Website.

Morrison, Jenny (2015) Can gender equality exclude feminist politics? The case of the Radical Independence Campaign. Democratic Audit Blog (20 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Mungiu-Pippidi, Alina (2015) If the European Union wishes to increase its standing with the public, improved performance and greater accountability will be required. Democratic Audit UK (04 Sep 2015). Website.

Murray, Andrew D. (2015) Time for the media shadow boxing to end, and for the democratic deficit in the expansion of the UK’s surveillance powers to be tackled. Democratic Audit UK (16 Jul 2015). Website.

Musella, Fortunato (2015) Recent trends in Italy showcase the ‘presidentialised’ future of democratic politics in Europe. Democratic Audit UK (31 Jul 2015). Website.

Musella, Fortunato (2015) The emergence of lucrative post-Prime Ministerial and Presidential business careers raises questions which go to the heart of democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Jan 2015). Website.

Muñoz, Jordi and Tormos, Raül (2015) Economic considerations play only a limited role in explaining support for Catalonian independence, but could be crucial in deciding the final outcome. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Jan 2015). Website.

Mycock, Andy (2015) The manifesto for youth: young people are demanding to be heard in the General Election. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Apr 2015). Website.

Mycock, Andy (2015) The next step for local government should be the right to pass primary legislation. Democratic Audit Blog (14 May 2015). Website.

Mycock, Andy and Giovannini, Arianna (2015) The prospect of greater regional and city devolution raises the spectre of the “Manchester Withington question”. Democratic Audit UK (16 Nov 2015). Website.

Møller, Jørgen (2015) Exploring the medieval roots of democracy and state building in Europe. Democratic Audit UK (17 Aug 2015). Website.

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Niemi, Mari (2015) The Finns Party and UKIP have shared a similar journey from the outside to the mainstream. Democratic Audit Blog (15 May 2015). Website.

Niemi, Mari (2015) The Finns Party and UKIP have shared a similar journey from the outside to the mainstream. Democratic Audit UK (15 May 2015). Website.

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O'Connor, Philip (2015) The coverage of the Irish marriage referendum shows that sometimes media ‘balance’ is impossible. Democratic Audit UK (01 Jun 2015). Website.

Oliver, Tim (2015) The First-Past-the-Post electoral system is breaking up the UK. Democratic Audit UK (06 May 2015). Website.

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Parvin, Phil (2015) There is real cause for concern when the persuasiveness of a story depends more on public attitudes than the facts. Democratic Audit UK (05 Nov 2015). Website.

Parycek, Peter, Edelmann, Noella and Kippin, Sean (2015) Interview: Peter Parycek and Noella Edelmann on digital democracy best practice, localism, and e-government. Democratic Audit UK (02 Jul 2015). Website.

Parycek, Peter and Kippin, Sean (2015) Interview: Peter Parycek on artificial intelligence, dystopia, and democracy’s digital future. Democratic Audit UK (22 Jun 2015). Website.

Peters, Yvette (2015) Electoral participation has an impact on political and socioeconomic inequality. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Jun 2015). Blog Entry.

Pickard, Victor (2015) The US stands as a cautionary tale for what happens when a media system is dominated by market values. Democratic Audit UK (25 Nov 2015). Website.

Power, Sam (2015) The ‘Joyce Affair’ changed party funding in Britain forever, and possibly also our understanding of how reform occurs. Democratic Audit UK (02 Oct 2015). Website.

Pugh, John (2015) The Government’s approach to “Metro Mayors” amounts to imposition rather than devolution. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jun 2015). Website.

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Qvortrup, Matt (2015) “Oops I did it again!” Cameron and the Britney Spears model of constitutional reform. Democratic Audit UK (19 Oct 2015). Website.

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Raymond, Christopher (2015) David Cameron may have to emphasise the partisan consequences of a divided Tory party to his MPs if he is to get through this Parliament. Democratic Audit UK (25 Jun 2015). Website.

Raymond, Christopher (2015) The nature of contemporary politics means that first-past-the-post is unable to prevent multiparty systems. Democratic Audit UK (17 Sep 2015). Website.

Reher, Stefanie (2015) As long as politicians continue to ignore the concerns of the public, satisfaction with democracy will continue to decline. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Mar 2015). Website.

Reid, Richard and Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2015) Is a British Senate any closer now? Or will the House of Lords still go on and on? Democratic Audit Blog (05 May 2015). Website.

Reid, Richard and Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2015) Is a British Senate any closer now? Or will the House of Lords still go on and on? Democratic Audit UK (05 May 2015). Website.

Reid, Richard and Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2015) It is time to adopt a different approach to appointing members of the Intelligence and Security Committee. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Mar 2015). Website.

Rich, Timothy (2015) Evidence from abroad suggests that mixed legislative systems have much to commend them, but close attention must be paid to national contexts. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Mar 2015). Website.

Rohrer, Sam (2015) Charismatic and power-driven Prime Ministers are perceived as the most effective by voters. Democratic Audit UK (16 Oct 2015). Website.

Rome, Emma (2015) Allowing MPs to job share would bring benefit constituents, democracy, and the MPs themselves. Democratic Audit UK (04 May 2015). Website.

Rome, Emma and Berry, Richard (2015) Debate part 1: should adding ‘none of the above’ to ballot papers be a priority for UK political reformers? Democratic Audit UK (20 Feb 2015). Website.

Rome, Emma and Berry, Richard (2015) Debate part 2: should adding ‘none of the above’ to ballot papers be a priority for UK political reformers? Democratic Audit UK (24 Feb 2015). Website.

Rooduijn, Matthijs (2015) Populism has been used to describe countless and often conflicting political parties, but it can be defined. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Mar 2015). Website.

Rumbul, Rebecca (2015) Citizens worldwide are embracing civic technology but the profile of users varies markedly between countries. Democratic Audit UK (28 Oct 2015). Website.

Rumbul, Rebecca (2015) The representation of women in elected positions in Wales is not mirrored by the number of women giving evidence. Democratic Audit UK (21 Oct 2015). Website.

Ruser, Alexander (2015) Saving the Euro at all costs could lead to an eventual hollowing out of European democracy. Democratic Audit UK (14 Aug 2015). Website.

Ryan, Josh (2015) Evidence from the United States shows that the gerrymandering of district boundaries is not necessarily a cause of political polarisation. Democratic Audit UK (03 Sep 2015). Website.

Rye, Danny (2015) A victory for Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour leadership race could bring about a realignment of British politics. Democratic Audit UK (26 Aug 2015). Website.

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Sagarzazu, Inaki and Kluever, Heike (2015) Parties in coalitions find themselves caught between the need to cooperate and differentiate. Democratic Audit UK (02 Dec 2015). Website.

Savigny, Heather (2015) The departure (and return) of “Page 3″: the media’s conflicted relationship with cover-ups. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jan 2015). Website.

Schoonvelde, Martijn (2015) Countries with less Government interference in the media have higher levels of voter knowledge. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Jan 2015). Website.

Schröder, Carolin and Schuster, Anna (2015) Smartphone apps can be used to create a climate of local participation, but challenges remain. Democratic Audit UK (11 Aug 2015). Website.

Schäfer, Constantin (2015) If Eurosceptic parties continue to prosper European elections could hinder further European integration. Democratic Audit UK (07 Oct 2015). Website.

Senninger, Roman and Bischof, Daniel (2015) Domestic and European parliamentarians of the same party tend to pay attention to the same policy issues. Democratic Audit UK (23 Jul 2015). Website.

Serdült, Uwe (2015) The baloti.ch project shows the difficulties in engaging the disenfranchised in the political process using e-participation apps. Democratic Audit UK (23 Sep 2015). Website.

Sevenans, Julie, Walgrave, Stefaan and Vos, Debby (2015) Research from Belgium shows that partisan, rather than policy goals lead to MPs’ media responsiveness. Democratic Audit UK (11 Sep 2015). Website.

Seyd, Ben (2015) Expectation management: can politicians win back political trust by limiting what the public expects of them? Democratic Audit Blog (20 Apr 2015). Website.

Shah, Hetan (2015) Both the Government and the private sector must harness the transformative potential of data. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jan 2015). Website.

Sheppard, Jill (2015) Enforced compulsory voting results in more evenly distributed political knowledge than in voluntary systems. Democratic Audit UK (14 Oct 2015). Website.

Siles-Brügge, Gabriel and Butler, Nicolette (2015) Regulatory chill? Why TTIP could inhibit governments from regulating in the public interest. Democratic Audit UK (17 Jun 2015). Website.

Simpson, Mark (2015) As Scotland and Wales demand greater devolution Northern Ireland is handing power back to Westminster. Democratic Audit UK (09 Dec 2015). Website.

Singh, Shane P. and Dunn, Kris (2015) The success of populist radical right parties is not a result of heightened participation in politics by authoritarians. Democratic Audit UK (03 Nov 2015). Website.

Sloam, James and Kisby, Ben (2015) Education can provide both the opportunities and capabilities to make active citizens of our young people. Democratic Audit Blog (30 May 2015). Website.

Smith, Graham (2015) Involve’s ‘Room for a View’ represents an important intervention in the debate on democracy’s future direction. Democratic Audit UK (22 Oct 2015). Website.

Smith, Julie (2015) The UK should follow the Dutch example, and share European policy across Parliament’s committees. Democratic Audit UK (21 Sep 2015). Website.

Smith, Tim (2015) The UK electoral system now decisively favours the Conservatives. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jun 2015). Website.

Sobolewska, Maria (2015) The Conservatives’ BME MPs may be game changers in the way we think about ethnic minority representation. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Apr 2015). Website.

Spiller, Keith (2015) Gaining access to CCTV images is far more difficult than the legislation suggests it ought to be. Democratic Audit UK (30 Sep 2015). Website.

Stanley, Jamie (2015) The 2015 General Election shows why we need a ‘None of the Above’ option on ballot papers. Democratic Audit UK (11 May 2015). Website.

Stanley, Jamie (2015) Why ‘none of the above’ is the starting point for electoral reform and should be the priority of all political and electoral reformers at this time. Democratic Audit UK (02 Feb 2015). Website.

Strandberg, Kim (2015) Online discussion could foster more democratically focused citizens – but only if the forums in which they take place are designed with this aim in mind. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Feb 2015). Website.

Straw, Ed (2015) As well as being a democratic outrage, first past the post also has additional unseen consequences. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Mar 2015). Website.

Strelkov, Alexander (2015) National parliaments focus too much on subsidiarity and not enough on the actual content of EU proposals. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Mar 2015). Website.

Strong, James (2015) Without an agreement between the party leaders there is nothing further that Britain can do for Syria. Democratic Audit UK (18 Nov 2015). Website.

Studdert, Jessica (2015) Engagement at the local level should be citizen-led rather than institution-led. Democratic Audit UK (28 Oct 2015). Website.

Sung Min, Han (2015) Income inequality and party polarisation proceed together in some countries, but not in others. Democratic Audit UK (24 Nov 2015). Website.

Swan, Sean (2015) If bombing the Middle East was the way to peace, it would be the most peaceful place on Earth. Democratic Audit UK (03 Dec 2015). Website.

Swan, Sean (2015) The Northern Ireland Secretary’s suggestion that Stormont’s impasse could be solved by the return of London rule is dangerous and wrong. Democratic Audit UK (09 Oct 2015). Website.

Swan, Sean (2015) Once again the Constitution seems vulnerable to piecemeal reform arising out of sectional party interest. Democratic Audit UK (29 Oct 2015). Website.

Swan, Sean (2015) Overcoming the UK’s constitutional crisis may require the development of more flexible relationships between the constituent nations. Democratic Audit UK (05 Oct 2015). Website.

Swan, Sean (2015) The SNP’s exponential rise is throwing the British system of government into turmoil. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Apr 2015). Website.

Swan, Sean (2015) An invitation to adventurism: the Fixed-term Parliaments Act can and will crucify a minority government. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Apr 2015). Website.

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Talbot, Colin (2015) Supply side deficiencies in our parties, parliament, and local government each contribute to our democratic malaise. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Feb 2015). Website.

Terry, Chris (2015) Blocking the Front National from power risks increasing its supporters’ disenchantment with the political system. Democratic Audit UK (16 Dec 2015). Website.

Terry, Chris (2015) Deliberative democracy is starting a quiet democratic revolution worldwide. Democratic Audit UK (16 Oct 2015). Website.

Terry, Chris and Garland, Jess (2015) The 2015 General Election was further proof that First Past the Post is not fit for purpose. Democratic Audit UK (16 Jun 2015). Website.

Thompson, Ian (2015) The potential for public dialogue and deliberation in the development of national infrastructure policy. Democratic Audit UK (06 Jul 2015). Website.

Thompson, Louise (2015) EVEL, Brexit, and the SNP: what does the 2015 election mean for the House of Commons? Democratic Audit Blog (27 May 2015). Website.

Thompson, Louise (2015) EVEL, Brexit, and the SNP: what does the 2015 election mean for the House of Commons? Democratic Audit UK (27 May 2015). Website.

Thompson, Louise (2015) We shouldn’t focus solely on the Syria vote when assessing Parliament’s power over military deployments. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Mar 2015). Website.

Thompson, Louise (2015) While far from perfect, the work of bill committees should not be underestimated. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Apr 2015). Website.

Thompson, Louise, Allen, Graham, Berry, Richard and Blick, Andrew (2015) A significant loss to UK democracy: experts respond to the abolition of the House of Commons Political and Constitutional Reform Committee. Democratic Audit Blog (29 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Tiemann, Gudio (2015) Electoral systems are significant in determining the structure of electorates. Democratic Audit Blog (26 May 2015). Blog Entry.

Tierney, Stephen (2015) The Smith Commission, federalism, or independence: Can the Union survive the election? Democratic Audit Blog (16 May 2015). Website.

Tillman, Erik R. (2015) Pre-electoral coalitions increase voter turnout by making elections more decisive. Democratic Audit UK (13 Oct 2015). Website.

Tomkins, Adam (2015) The Scotland Bill implements and improves upon the Smith Commission recommendations. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Jun 2015). Website.

Trench, Alan (2015) The UK is at a constitutional crossroads and major change is needed if it is to work effectively. Democratic Audit UK (23 May 2015). Website.

Trevitt, Vittorio (2015) The UK would reap the benefits if it were to adopt the Swiss model of direct democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jan 2015). Website.

Trevitt, Vittorio (2015) The emergence of a genuine system of multiparty politics in the United Kingdom is a positive development for British democracy. Democratic Audit UK (01 May 2015). Website.

Trevitt, Vittorio (2015) A written British constitution would do much to enhance Britain’s democracy and the wellbeing of its citizens. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Mar 2015). Website.

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Ulrichsen, Kristian Coates (2015) The geopolitical implications of the House of Commons’ decision to reject military intervention in Syria. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Apr 2015). Website.

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Vadera, Rohin (2015) Democracy demands that a ‘none of the above’ option be added to ballot papers for UK elections. Democratic Audit UK (08 Jan 2015). Website.

Verge, Tània and Alonso, Alba (2015) The gendered dimensions of constitutional change: women and the independence referendums in Scotland and Catalonia. Democratic Audit UK (01 Dec 2015). Website.

Verthé, Tom, Beyens, Stephanie, Flacco, Fernanda and Nikolic, Louise (2015) Voters care about government formation even when the landscape is fragmented and coalition signals are ambiguous or absent. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Apr 2015). Website.

van der Meer, Tom (2015) Care is required when making assertions about the relationship between diversity and social cohesion. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Mar 2015). Website.

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Wall, Matthew (2015) Diverse, popular, and growing in importance: Voter Advice Applications and the 2015 General Election. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Apr 2015). Website.

Wheelhouse, Andrew (2015) The ‘Anderson Report’ on surveillance powers does fudge the issues, but its findings should be implemented. Democratic Audit UK (23 Jun 2015). Website.

Wild, Morgan (2015) ‘Depoliticising infrastructure’: can a strategic approach enhance public engagement? Democratic Audit UK (29 Jun 2015). Website.

Wilford, Rick (2015) The current talks in Northern Ireland exemplify the mistrust that has attended devolution from the outset. Democratic Audit UK (02 Nov 2015). Website.

Wilkin, Peter (2015) Hungary’s ‘Milla’ movement shows that social media driven protest movements only succeed when they connect meaningfully with civil society. Democratic Audit UK (31 Aug 2015). Website.

Willett, Joanie (2015) Cornwall is a logical place to begin with rural devolution, but a coherent UK-wide plan is sorely needed. Democratic Audit UK (28 Jul 2015). Website.

Williams, Sierra and Cullinane, Carl (2015) Five minutes with Carl Cullinane on the Democratic Dashboard: “There’s a big difference between open data and accessible data.”. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Apr 2015). Website.

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

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

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

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

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

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Young, Penny (2015) The 32nd British Social Attitudes Survey sheds a light on the public opinion trends that will decide the General Election. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Mar 2015). Website.

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Zhang, Nan (2015) Anti-corruption accountability measures may actually erode citizens’ trust in political institutions, though they don’t have to. Democratic Audit UK (16 Sep 2015). Website.

Ziller, Conrad and Schübel, Thomas (2015) Voter experience of corrupt officials is an overlooked reason for the electoral success of radical right parties. Democratic Audit UK (07 Sep 2015). Website.

Zoido, Paula (2015) Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘women only carriages’ proposal shows an alarming lack of understanding of the real causes of harassment. Democratic Audit UK (28 Aug 2015). Website.

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