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Class  

Fiona Devine

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Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
This article deals with the evidence on widening class inequalities and addresses how that evidence may be used to evaluate Labour's ten years in power as it has sought to make Britain a ... More

The Contingencies of Prime-Ministerial Power in the UK  

Andrew Blick and George W. Jones

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May 2014
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Dec 2013
In exercising leadership, prime ministers must attain the compliance of individuals such as cabinet ministers. The extent to which premiers can secure such cooperation depends to a ... More

Ethnicity and Religion  

Tariq Modood

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Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
One of the principal ways of seeing the emergence and development of ethno-religious equality is in terms of a grievance of exclusion from the existing equality framework and its ... More

Feminism  

Vicky Randall

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Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
This article is concerned with the extent and manner in which feminism as a critical perspective has informed scholarly analyses of British politics. It starts by presenting an account of ... More

Forecasting Us Presidential Elections  

Thomas Holbrook

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Feb 2010
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May 2010
This article offers an assessment of the current state of US presidential election forecasting models. It pays attention to presidential forecasting models from the last three election ... More

Political Journalism  

Peter Riddell

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Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
This article deals with the transition over a century from when the printed press enjoyed a monopoly, via the slow growth to the dominance of radio, and then television, to a world of ... More

Voting and Identity  

Charles Pattie and Ron Johnston

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Jul 2009
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Jan 2010
This article traces that shift in academic understandings of British voting. Explanations of electoral alignment drew primarily on two different theoretical traditions: partisan ... More

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