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Allchorn, William (2016) When anti-Islamic protest ends: explaining the decline of the English Defence League. Democratic Audit UK (11 Jul 2016). Website.

Allen, Nicholas and Birch, Sarah (2016) ‘Post-truth’ politics are a debasement of standards in public life. Democratic Audit UK (25 Jul 2016). Website.

Anderson, Liam (2016) Distorting discourse: transparent debate needs sincerity, not soundbites. Democratic Audit UK (07 Jan 2016). Website.

Atanasova, Dimitrinka (2016) The media’s language of obesity may have made the sugar tax inevitable. Democratic Audit UK (05 Apr 2016). Website.

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Bader, Julie (2016) China’s rise is not making the world more authoritarian, at least not for now. Democratic Audit UK (26 Jan 2016). Website.

Bale, Tim, Webb, Paul and Poletti, Monica (2016) Minority views? Labour members had been longing for someone like Corbyn before he was even on the ballot paper. Democratic Audit UK (17 Mar 2016). Website.

Bang, Henrik Paul (2016) Contemporary politics requires the simultaneous having and eating of cakes, as Jeremy Corbyn is finding out over Europe. Democratic Audit UK (20 Jan 2016). Website.

Barber, Stephen (2016) The Sun newspaper has set out the terms for Britain remaining in the EU. Democratic Audit UK (02 Jul 2016). Website.

Baxter, Graeme and MacLeod, Iain (2016) Scottish Parliament election preview: continued SNP dominance in the North East, but who will pick up the scraps? Democratic Audit UK (21 Apr 2016). Website.

Berry, Richard (2016) Elections to the NHS show that online voting is still in its infancy. Democratic Audit UK (05 Jan 2016). Website.

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

Blanton, Robert and Peksen, Dursun (2016) The dark side of economic freedom: neoliberalism has deleterious effects on labour rights. Democratic Audit UK (15 Aug 2016). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2016) Assuming Brexit takes place, we are at the beginning of a fundamental transition – but we do not know where it will lead us. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jun 2016). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2016) Federalism provides a desirable path forward for the UK’s constitution – and may be the only means of preserving the Union. Democratic Audit UK (10 Jun 2016). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2016) To appreciate the importance of the Brexit referendum, we must consider the series of constitutional issues that it raises. Democratic Audit UK (04 Mar 2016). Website.

Bolleyer, Nicole and Gauja, Anika (2016) What does the new charities (protection and social investment) act mean for the voluntary sector? Democratic Audit UK (13 Apr 2016). Website.

Bowman, Benjamin (2016) The under 30s in the UK: a generation used to not getting what they voted for. Democratic Audit UK (09 Aug 2016). Website.

Brassett, James (2016) Satire is (un)dead: how comedy became a language of democratic politics. Democratic Audit UK (18 Apr 2016). Website.

Brett, Will (2016) Disappointed? That’s a sign you’re doing democracy. Democratic Audit UK (20 Jul 2016). Website.

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). Website.

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 UK (24 Nov 2016). Website.

Brown, Stuart A. (2016) How democratic is the UK’s participation in the European Union? Democratic Audit UK (16 Jun 2016). Website.

Buckley, Fiona and McGing, Claire (2016) Analysis of the women selected and elected by quota in Ireland dispel the myth that they were under-qualified. Democratic Audit UK (17 Mar 2016). Website.

Bucur, Cristina (2016) In coalitions, parties tend to receive their proportional share of ministries. Democratic Audit UK (31 May 2016). Website.

Bunker, Kenneth (2016) What turnout can we expect in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales? Democratic Audit UK (02 May 2016). Website.

Bértoa, Fernando Casal (2016) What holds a democracy together – political parties, or the party system itself? Democratic Audit Blog (19 Oct 2016). Website.

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Cairney, Paul (2016) The time is right for an audit of Scottish democracy. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jan 2016). Website.

Campion, Sonali (2016) Audit 2017: how effectively is gender equality achieved in the political and public life of the UK? Democratic Audit UK (01 Feb 2016). Website.

Campion, Sonali and Kippin, Sean (2016) How democratic is the UK’s House of Lords, and how could it be reformed? Democratic Audit UK (22 Feb 2016). Website.

Casal Bértoa, Fernando (2016) What holds a democracy together – political parties, or the party system itself? Democratic Audit UK (19 Oct 2016). Website.

Cassani, Andrea, Luppi, Francesca and Natalizia, Gabriele (2016) Schools and healthcare in some post-Soviet hybrid democracies have improved. How? Democratic Audit Blog (22 Nov 2016). Website.

Cassani, Andrea, Luppi, Francesca and Natalizia, Gabriele (2016) Schools and healthcare in some post-Soviet hybrid democracies have improved. How? Democratic Audit UK (22 Nov 2016). Website.

Chalmers, James (2016) Schrödinger’s pardon: the difficulties of the Turing Bill. Democratic Audit UK (24 Oct 2016). Website.

Citi, Manuele and Justesen, Mogens K. (2016) Seizing political opportunity: how the European Commission becomes a ‘policy entrepreneur’. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Oct 2016). Website.

Citi, Manuele and Justesen, Mogens K. (2016) Seizing political opportunity: how the European Commission becomes a ‘policy entrepreneur’. Democratic Audit UK (27 Oct 2016). Website.

Clark, Alistair (2016) Scottish Parliament election preview: from four party politics to further consolidation in the South of Scotland? Democratic Audit UK (23 Apr 2016). Website.

Close, Caroline (2016) As both major parties struggle with internal divisions, it is crucial to engage with different facets of party cohesion. Democratic Audit UK (29 Jul 2016). Website.

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

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

Cohen-Almagor, Raphael (2016) Freedom of expression on the internet is of utmost importance but it needs to be weighed against social responsibility. Democratic Audit UK (07 Mar 2016). Website.

Cox, Ed (2016) If devolution in England is to be effective the government needs to address the lack of process. Democratic Audit UK (12 Mar 2016). Website.

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Dalton, Russell (2016) Political parties do represent their voters, but the degree of representation varies across issues and parties. Democratic Audit UK (16 Feb 2016). Website.

Defty, Andrew (2016) Improvements in turnout and more partisan voting: the consequences of embedding PCC elections in the electoral cycle. Democratic Audit UK (12 May 2016). Website.

Dejaeghere, Yves, Russo, Luana and Nikolic, Louise (2016) Political habits learned in home country are determinants of EU expats’ registration in European elections. Democratic Audit UK (19 Jan 2016). Website.

Dennison, Suzi and Pardijs, Dina (2016) Now give us our own referendum: how Brexit could energise Europe’s insurgent parties. Democratic Audit UK (16 Sep 2016). Website.

Doig, Alan (2016) The Committee on Standards in Public Life needs reform if it is to fulfil its important role properly in the future. Democratic Audit UK (16 May 2016). Website.

Doig, Alan (2016) Mission creep and the Committee on Standards in Public Life; why its time for a new approach to get back to basics. Democratic Audit UK (11 May 2016). Website.

Doig, Alan (2016) The UK needs to rethink its approach to the upholding of standards in public life. Democratic Audit UK (09 May 2016). Website.

Doudonis, Panagiotis (2016) The Brexit paradox: direct democracy is a flawed route to reviving sovereignty. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jul 2016). Website.

Douglas-Scott, Sionaidh (2016) What does ‘Brexit means Brexit’ actually mean? Democratic Audit UK (08 Aug 2016). Website.

Dresden, Jennifer Raymond (2016) When authoritarian leaders start feeling insecure, nobody wins. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Oct 2016). Website.

Dresden, Jennifer Raymond (2016) When authoritarian leaders start feeling insecure, nobody wins. Democratic Audit UK (21 Oct 2016). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2016) Epitaph for a political chancer: Cameron’s fate examplifies the inability of UK elites to resolve long-run crises. Democratic Audit UK (25 Jun 2016). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2016) How democratic are the UK’s two proportional electoral systems? Democratic Audit UK (25 Jan 2016). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2016) How democratic are the reformed electoral systems used in mayoral and devolved elections? Democratic Audit UK (18 Jan 2016). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2016) How democratic is the UK’s ‘Westminster Plurality Rule’ electoral system? Democratic Audit UK (11 Jan 2016). Website.

Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2016) How effective is Parliament in controlling UK government and representing citizens? Democratic Audit UK (06 Jun 2016). Website.

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Ecker, Alejandro, Glinitzer, Konstantin and Meyer, Thomas M. (2016) Why voters do not (always) punish government parties for corruption. Democratic Audit UK (17 May 2016). Website.

English, Richard (2016) Does terrorism work? Why we need to answer the question – however difficult it is. Democratic Audit UK (15 Sep 2016). Website.

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Farmer, Harry (2016) The real reasons referendums have become so common – and so scary. Democratic Audit UK (20 Jun 2016). Website.

Farmer, Harry (2016) The tax credit row highlighted a fundamental imbalance in our political system: here’s one way to redress it. Democratic Audit UK (27 May 2016). Website.

Felle, Tom (2016) The Independent Commission on Freedom of Information shows that there is no going back to the “dark ages” of government opacity. Democratic Audit UK (18 Mar 2016). Website.

Fenwick, John (2016) The proposed merger of Newcastle and North Tyneside councils would diminish rather than enhance devolution. Democratic Audit UK (26 Feb 2016). Website.

Ferland, Benjamin (2016) Citizen assessment of the political system is fostered by rational considerations rather than virtuousness. Democratic Audit UK (02 Mar 2016). Website.

Finlayson, Alan (2016) Too many facts and not enough theories: the rhetoric of the referendum campaign. Democratic Audit UK (11 Jun 2016). Website.

Fossen, Thomas and Van Der Brink, Bert (2016) When using voter advice applications, citizens should be aware that they reflect the political assumptions of their developers. Democratic Audit UK (14 Mar 2016). Website.

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Gahner Larsen, Erik, Levinsen, Klaus and Kjær, Ulrik (2016) Votes at 16: do mock elections make a difference to adults’ attitudes? Democratic Audit UK (30 Nov 2016). Website.

Gallagher, Jim (2016) Negotiations about the fiscal framework for the Scotland Bill are becoming high political drama. Democratic Audit UK (28 Jan 2016). Website.

Gallagher, Jim (2016) Scottish devolution will now have a bigger fiscal dimension. Democratic Audit UK (24 Feb 2016). Website.

Garcia, Blake E. and Wimpy, Cameron (2016) The spread of communications technology may facilitate increases in levels of anti-government violence. Democratic Audit UK (08 Jul 2016). Website.

Gazzola, Michele (2016) A ‘one-language’ EU policy would foster elitism and hit disproportionately the least advantaged. Democratic Audit UK (20 Aug 2016). Website.

Ghose, Katie (2016) ‘Citizens’ assemblies’ show that we can do politics differently in the UK. Democratic Audit UK (19 Apr 2016). Website.

Ghose, Katie (2016) Learning the lessons: what other referendums can teach us about the EU vote. Democratic Audit UK (01 Mar 2016). Website.

Ghose, Katie (2016) ‘Super Thursday’ showed us that British politics has changed for good. Democratic Audit UK (13 May 2016). Website.

Ghose, Katie (2016) We need a root and branch review of referendums in the UK. Democratic Audit UK (29 Jun 2016). Website.

Goodrich, Steve (2016) The government must stop the UK being used as a haven for illicit wealth if it wants to lead on tackling global corruption. Democratic Audit UK (08 Apr 2016). Website.

Goodwin, Mark, Bates, Stephen and McKay, Steve (2016) Elected chairs do not seem to have brought a new kind of parliamentarian to select committees. Democratic Audit UK (06 Jul 2016). Website.

Grant, Matthew (2016) Citizen of the world? Think again: British citizenship after Brexit. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Nov 2016). Blog Entry.

Green, Heather (2016) Lawful residence rather than the possession of a particular passport should generate the right to vote. Democratic Audit UK (17 Jun 2016). Website.

Greene, Zac and O'Brien, Diana (2016) New women MPs shift their party leftwards – but female leaders don’t. Democratic Audit UK (16 Nov 2016). Website.

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). Website.

Grönlund, Kimmo and Wass, Hanna (2016) The empathy gap: understanding why some people don’t vote. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Oct 2016). Website.

Guerra, Simona (2016) The Polish Catholic Church has become intertwined with Euroscepticism and the promotion of conservative “national values”. Democratic Audit UK (28 Apr 2016). Website.

Górecki, Maciej A. (2016) Studies of turnout as a ‘habit’ seem to overestimate the significance of self-perpetuation of electoral participation. Democratic Audit UK (17 Feb 2016). Website.

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Han, Kyung Joon (2016) How position shifts regarding sociocultural issues may (or may not) hurt political parties. Democratic Audit UK (02 Jun 2016). Website.

Harris, Peter (2016) Jeremy Corbyn cannot fulfil his constitutional role as leader of the opposition. Democratic Audit UK (18 Jul 2016). Website.

Hinterleitner, Markus, Sager, Fritz and Thomann, Eva (2016) The long and winding road to fiscal adjustment: how the IMF judges austerity programmes. Democratic Audit UK (23 Aug 2016). Website.

Hunter, Paul (2016) Recent changes to electoral registration could see as many as 10 million people slip off the electoral register. Democratic Audit UK (21 Jan 2016). Website.

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Ibenskas, Raimondas (2016) The number of party mergers is likely to increase in advanced democracies. Democratic Audit UK (11 Apr 2016). Website.

Immerzeel, Tim and Pickup, Mark (2016) To speak of populist radical right parties as a ‘corrective to democracy’ is—in terms of turnout—a misunderstanding. Democratic Audit UK (22 Mar 2016). Website.

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Jacobs, Kristof and Núñez, Lidia (2016) Take note, Justin Trudeau: three reasons why changing an electoral system is so hard. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Sep 2016). Website.

Jacobs, Kristof and Núñez, Lidia (2016) Take note, Justin Trudeau: three reasons why changing an electoral system is so hard. Democratic Audit UK (29 Sep 2016). Website.

James, Toby and Clark, Alistair (2016) So much for #pencilgate: the referendum wasn’t rigged – but Britain’s electoral machinery needs fine-tuning. Democratic Audit UK (13 Sep 2016). Website.

James, Toby and Sidorczuk, Oliver (2016) There are effective ways of getting the ‘missing millions’ back on to the UK’s electoral register. Democratic Audit UK (09 Mar 2016). Website.

James, Toby S. (2016) Voter ID is a risky reform when 8m people are already missing from the electoral register. Democratic Audit UK (28 Dec 2016). Website.

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). Website.

Jennings, Will and Stoker, Gerry (2016) Anti-politics after 23 June: how bad will the hangover be the morning after? Democratic Audit UK (20 Jun 2016). Website.

Johnes, Rebecca and Andrews, Jon (2016) Faith schools do better chiefly because of their pupils’ backgrounds. Democratic Audit UK (09 Dec 2016). Website.

Johnson, Richard (2016) Should we just leave the selection of the party leader to MPs? Democratic Audit UK (22 Jul 2016). Website.

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.

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Kenny, Michael (2016) The idea that English nationalism has powered support for Brexit is unduly simplistic and requires re-examination. Democratic Audit UK (22 Jun 2016). Website.

Kippin, Sean (2016) How democratically accountable are the UK’s security and intelligence services? Democratic Audit UK (09 Mar 2016). Website.

Kippin, Sean and Dunleavy, Patrick ORCID: 0000-0002-2650-6398 (2016) How democratic are the UK’s political parties and party system? Democratic Audit UK (08 Feb 2016). Website.

Klaas, Brian (2016) ‘If something isn’t done we’ve hit democracy’s high water mark. That’s billions of people and their life chances’ – Brian Klaas. Democratic Audit UK (12 Oct 2016). Website.

Klaas, Brian (2016) It’s distasteful – but giving a despot an easy way out can stop further bloodshed. Democratic Audit UK (28 Oct 2016). Website.

Knox, Claire (2016) Between the system and lifeworld: despite adopting social media tools, public administrators remain in a legitimacy dilemma. Democratic Audit UK (07 Jul 2016). Website.

Kostadinova, Petia (2016) Research from Bulgaria shows that in their coverage of elections, the media promote the views of the main contenders. Democratic Audit UK (21 Mar 2016). Website.

Kullaa, Rina (2016) The trouble with unequal partnerships? How UK governments’ views on representation in the EU have changed over time. Democratic Audit UK (25 Feb 2016). Website.

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Lacey, Nicola (2016) In a world in which ‘everyday sexism’ remains rife, progress on gender discrimination will require quotas. Democratic Audit UK (15 Feb 2016). Website.

Larin, Stephen J. and Röggla, Marc (2016) Time to invite the ‘others’ to the table: a proposal to make South Tyrol more inclusive. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Nov 2016). Website.

Lee, Caroline W. (2016) The upsizing of public deliberation has downsized citizen expectations. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jan 2016). Website.

Leemann, Lucas (2016) Is direct democracy effective? Yes, if it is citizens who start the process. Democratic Audit UK (22 Jun 2016). Website.

Leith, Murray (2016) Scottish Parliament Election preview: Labour’s setting sun in the West. Democratic Audit UK (04 May 2016). Website.

Leith, Murray (2016) Scottish Parliament Election preview: the end of Labour’s fortress in Glasgow? Democratic Audit UK (29 Apr 2016). Website.

Lidén, Gustav (2016) Why do some local authorities have such poor websites? Insights from Sweden. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Nov 2016). Website.

Louwerse, Tom, Otjes, Simon, Willumsen, David M. and Öhberg, Patrik (2016) Research from Sweden and the Netherlands shows that ‘bloc’ politics leads to a greater degree of adversity in legislatures. Democratic Audit UK (29 Feb 2016). Website.

Loxton, James (2016) Cuba’s Communist Party would thrive under democracy, but only if it gives up power soon. Democratic Audit UK (20 Jul 2016). Website.

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Martin, Nicole (2016) Do ethnic minority candidates mobilise ethnic minority voters? Mostly not. Democratic Audit UK (04 Feb 2016). Website.

Martinez i Coma, Ferran (2016) Free and fair? 2016’s elections so far, ranked by integrity. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Sep 2016). Website.

Martinez i Coma, Ferran (2016) Free and fair? 2016’s elections so far, ranked by integrity. Democratic Audit UK (26 Sep 2016). Website.

Martinez i Coma, Ferran (2016) Money is key for democratic politics but its abuse is often clearly perceived as a problem by citizens. Democratic Audit UK (30 Mar 2016). Website.

Martinez i Coma, Ferran and Lago, Ignacio (2016) Majoritarian electoral systems are more prone to gerrymandering than proportional systems. Democratic Audit UK (01 Jun 2016). Website.

Mayo, Ed (2016) A nation of members: civic participation through membership in the UK. Democratic Audit UK (07 Jun 2016). Website.

Mcdonnell, Anthony (2016) Could Corbyn win an election by mobilising non-voters? Not if he doesn’t win over Conservative supporters too. Democratic Audit UK (12 Apr 2016). Website.

Milner, Susan (2016) Emmanuel Macron and En Marche! – left, right or simply on the move? Democratic Audit Blog (18 Nov 2016). Blog Entry.

Moral, Mert, Ozen, H. Ege and Tokdemir, Efe (2016) Incumbency advantage is not restricted to established majoritarian systems. Democratic Audit UK (03 Mar 2016). Website.

Mortimer, Josiah (2016) Whether Britain stays in the EU or not, there’s a democratic deficit that must be addressed. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jan 2016). Website.

Mudde, Cas (2016) How scholars turned their attention to the populist radical right. Democratic Audit UK (05 Dec 2016). Website.

Mulderrig, Jane (2016) Fat-shaming: Change4Life’s anti-obesity ‘nudge’ campaign glosses over social inequalities. Democratic Audit UK (20 Dec 2016). Website.

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Nugent, Mary and Krook, Mona Lena (2016) Gender quotas do not pose a threat to “merit” at any stage of the political process. Democratic Audit UK (19 Feb 2016). Website.

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Oliver, Tim (2016) The UK needs a devolved government for London. Democratic Audit Blog (22 Jan 2016). Website.

Oliver, Tim (2016) The UK needs a devolved government for London. Democratic Audit UK (22 Jan 2016). Website.

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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.

Patel, Reema (2016) Citizens can and should be involved in the process of shaping economic policy. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jun 2016). Website.

Peled, Alon and Kippin, Sean (2016) Interview: Alon Peled on open data, incentives, and ‘traversing digital Babel’. Democratic Audit UK (12 Feb 2016). Website.

Peled, Alon and Kippin, Sean (2016) Interview: Alon Peled on the public sector information exchange, avoiding disasters, and big data. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jun 2016). Website.

Peters, Yvette (2016) Political parties which operate in a direct democratic context tend to have a higher number of members. Democratic Audit UK (05 Apr 2016). Website.

Porrot, Romance (2016) Heads or Tails? How leaving the selection of public offices to chance could revitalise democracy. Democratic Audit UK (22 Aug 2016). Website.

Prato, Carlo and Wolton, Stephane ORCID: 0000-0003-1405-650X (2016) Higher campaign costs are not necessarily bad for voters. Democratic Audit UK (15 Apr 2016). Website.

Puutio, Teemu Alexander (2016) Without supportive measures the minimum wage increase will do little to reduce inequality in the UK. Democratic Audit UK (01 Apr 2016). Website.

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Quinn, Tom (2016) The internal democracy dilemma: balancing MP and member preferences in leadership selection. Democratic Audit UK (21 Jul 2016). Website.

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Randall, Vicky (2016) Older women in local parties: marginalised or empowered? Democratic Audit UK (13 Aug 2016). Website.

Redert, Bas (2016) Big money buys influence in Brussels. Or does it? Democratic Audit UK (06 Dec 2016). Website.

Rennard, Chris, James, Toby and Sidorczuk, Oliver (2016) Let’s stop the last minute registration rush: it’s time for a complete and inclusive electoral register for Britain. Democratic Audit UK (03 Jun 2016). Website.

Rhoden, T. F. (2016) Without liberalism, democracy is dreadful. Fortunately we have both. Democratic Audit UK (07 Dec 2016). Website.

Rivera, Mauricio and Zárate-Tenorio, Bárbara (2016) Evidence from Latin America: governments increase human capital investment in response to social violence. Democratic Audit UK (26 Aug 2016). Website.

Robinson Preece, Jessica (2016) The right kind of performance feedback narrows the gender gap in political engagement. Democratic Audit UK (26 May 2016). Website.

Rutherford, Nat (2016) Justifications for the Investigatory Powers Bill are based on a very specific interpretation of freedom. Democratic Audit UK (16 Mar 2016). Website.

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Saglie, Jo and Bock Segaard, Signe (2016) Governments should consider the consequences when they decide whether to adopt Internet voting. Democratic Audit UK (05 Jul 2016). Website.

Schuler, Paul (2016) How can we find out whether people are really turning against democracy? Democratic Audit Blog (10 Oct 2016). Website.

Schuler, Paul (2016) How can we find out whether people are really turning against democracy? Democratic Audit UK (10 Oct 2016). Website.

Sennett, Richard (2016) Concentrating minds: how the Greeks designed spaces for public debate. Democratic Audit UK (01 Nov 2016). Website.

Sidorczuk, Oliver, Rainsford, Emily and Dobson, Alex (2016) Politics should be something that everyone can get involved in, and Verto is proving that Voter Advice Applications play a vital role on this mission. Democratic Audit UK (11 Apr 2016). Website.

Sijstermans, Judith (2016) Scottish Parliament election preview: the last beats of a Labour ‘heartland’ in Central Scotland? Democratic Audit UK (25 Apr 2016). Website.

Simmons, Joel W., Hicken, Allen, Kollman, Ken and Nooruddin, Irfan (2016) Foreign Direct Investment flows to countries where the most prominent political parties are national, rather than regional. Democratic Audit UK (14 Jun 2016). Website.

Spencer, Nick (2016) ‘They shall reap the whirlwind’: how Churchill harnessed Christianity in the service of war. Democratic Audit UK (20 Dec 2016). Website.

Stecker, Christian and Tausendpfund, Markus (2016) The Danish effect: when citizens agree with public policy, they’re satisfied with democracy too. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Jun 2016). Website.

Stecker, Christian and Tausendpfund, Markus (2016) The Danish effect: when citizens agree with public policy, they’re satisfied with democracy too. Democratic Audit UK (19 Sep 2016). Website.

Stirbu, Diana Silvia and McAllister, Laura (2016) If it’s broken, fix it! Time to rethink the AMS electoral system in Wales. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jun 2016). Website.

Sundström, Aksel (2016) The costs of being honest: what Serpico can teach us about reducing corruption. Democratic Audit UK (29 Nov 2016). Website.

Sundström, Aksel and Wängnerud, Lena (2016) In places where corruption is endemic, women struggle to become local councillors. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Sep 2016). Website.

Sundström, Aksel and Wängnerud, Lena (2016) In places where corruption is endemic, women struggle to become local councillors. Democratic Audit UK (27 Sep 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) Desperate times and desperate measures: could the UK force the EU to negotiate before Article 50 is triggered? Democratic Audit UK (29 Jun 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) Jean-Claude Juncker is wrong and dangerously out of touch to demand an immediate Brexit. Democratic Audit UK (26 Jun 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) Theresa May replaces David Cameron – but will there be an early general election? Democratic Audit UK (12 Jul 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) The concept of class is absent from political debate, even as inequality in Britain reaches new heights. Democratic Audit UK (11 Feb 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) The constitutional settlement of the UK has been thrown into flux – an overarching polity is urgently needed. Democratic Audit UK (01 Jul 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) A response to Chuka Umunna: the dominant equality issues of today need to be understood in terms of economics, interests and class. Democratic Audit UK (18 Feb 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) The ultimate test for anti-Brexit MPs: will they resign their seats? Democratic Audit Blog (15 Nov 2016). Website.

Swan, Sean (2016) The ultimate test for anti-Brexit MPs: will they resign their seats? Democratic Audit UK (15 Nov 2016). Website.

Swann, Juliet (2016) Scottish Parliament Election preview: whatever happens in Lothians, we’re bound to see new faces. Democratic Audit UK (26 Apr 2016). Website.

Swann, Juliet (2016) Scottish Parliament election preview: continuity and change in the Highlands and Islands. Democratic Audit UK (30 Apr 2016). Website.

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Taylor, Charles and Campion, Sonali (2016) Five minutes with Charles Taylor: “in order to make ourselves safe we need to resist stigmatising sections of the population”. Democratic Audit UK (06 Jan 2016). Website.

Taylor, Helen and Kaehne, Axel (2016) Public consultations do not currently enable all stakeholders to effectively contribute to the legislative process. Democratic Audit UK (24 Mar 2016). Website.

Taylor, Ros and Klaas, Brian (2016) ‘If something isn’t done we’ve hit democracy’s high water mark. That’s billions of people and their life chances’ – Brian Klaas. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Oct 2016). Website.

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). Website.

Thomas, Robert and Tomlinson, Joe (2016) Justice outsourced: why Concentrix’s tax credit mistakes matter. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Sep 2016). Website.

Thomas, Robert and Tomlinson, Joe (2016) Justice outsourced: why Concentrix’s tax credit mistakes matter. Democratic Audit UK (20 Sep 2016). Website.

Torrice, Josie (2016) If we want to improve young voter engagement, there are lessons that can be learned from the US Presidential campaigns. Democratic Audit UK (11 Mar 2016). Website.

Tritter, Jonathon Q. and Fredriksson, Mio (2016) The handling of the junior doctors’ strike reinforces a vision of the NHS where key voices are neither sought nor listened to. Democratic Audit UK (23 Feb 2016). Website.

Trumm, Siim and Sudulich, Laura (2016) When parties engage voters on the ground, they intensify public interest in elections and improve turnout. Democratic Audit UK (08 Jul 2016). Website.

Turner, Joseph (2016) Far from being a meritocratic and equalising device, the Family Migration Visa racialises certain migrant-citizen families. Democratic Audit UK (27 Apr 2016). Website.

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Umit, Resul (2016) MPs in safe seats are more likely to become ministers. Democratic Audit UK (08 Jun 2016). Website.

Uscinski, Joseph E. (2016) It is surprisingly difficult to convince voters of partisan conspiracy theories. Democratic Audit UK (04 Apr 2016). Website.

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Vaishnav, Milan and Taylor, Ros (2016) Why do voters back corrupt and dishonest politicians? Interview with Milan Vaishnav. Democratic Audit UK (13 Dec 2016). Website.

von Ondarza, Nicolai (2016) What a fair relationship between ‘euro ins’ and ‘euro outs’ could look like. Democratic Audit UK (30 Jan 2016). Website.

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Walker, Andrew (2016) The Budget will give clues as to how far English devolution marks a radical change for local government. Democratic Audit UK (15 Mar 2016). Website.

Wass, Hanna, Pirkkalainen, Päivi and Weide, Marjukka (2016) The political potential of migrants is often overlooked in discussions around integration. Democratic Audit UK (08 Mar 2016). Website.

Wells, Anthony (2016) With the diagnosis confirmed pollsters can start working on their own solutions to the 2015 polling error. Democratic Audit UK (20 Jan 2016). Website.

Wells, Tamas (2016) Answers to the Western democratic malaise may come from unexpected places. Democratic Audit UK (13 Jan 2016). Website.

Welzel, Chris and Dalton, Russell (2016) The secret of better government? Citizens who complain. Democratic Audit UK (02 Dec 2016). Website.

Westall, Andrea (2016) Widespread democratic change could trigger meaningful action on climate change. Democratic Audit UK (14 Jan 2016). Website.

Whiting, Sophie and Braniff, Máire (2016) ‘There is no point having a token woman’: gender and representation in the ‘new’ Northern Ireland. Democratic Audit UK (03 Feb 2016). Website.

Wilkins, Andrew (2016) Should we be worried about controversial government plans to do away with parent governors in schools? Democratic Audit UK (23 Mar 2016). Website.

Williamson, Andy (2016) 2015 was not an ‘internet election’ but both data and social tools did matter. Democratic Audit UK (29 Jan 2016). Website.

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). Website.

Wilson, Sophie (2016) Time’s running out: Brexit scrutineers Hilary Benn and Angus MacNeil need to get a move on. Democratic Audit UK (25 Oct 2016). Website.

Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) The Labour party, Momentum and the problem with intra-party democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (31 Oct 2016). Website.

Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) The Labour party, Momentum and the problem with intra-party democracy. Democratic Audit UK (31 Oct 2016). Website.

Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) Norbert Hofer, the friendly face of the populist right. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Oct 2016). Website.

Wolkenstein, Fabio (2016) Norbert Hofer, the friendly face of the populist right. Democratic Audit UK (03 Oct 2016). Website.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

This list was generated on Wed Sep 22 14:44:08 2021 BST.