This article provides an empirical analysis of the voting behaviour of Conservative parliamentarians in the final parliamentary ballot of the Conservative Party leadership election of 2019.
I’m in the process of redrafting a paper on the Conservative decline in Liverpool (what else?) in the 1970s. As a part of this work I wrote a short comment piece summarising my paper, which was was published on ConservativeHome (here), and also made its way on to the Mile End Institute’s blog (here). Please do give itContinue reading “No, Thatcher didn’t cause the Conservative decline in Liverpool”
I’ve finally finished re-drafting my paper I’m presenting at the Political Studies Association 2015 Annual International Conference. I’ll be presenting my paper, ‘Modernisation Theory And Support For Liberal Values In Great Britain: A Quantitative Approach‘ on the ‘Liberal values, identity and public opinion’ panel for the Liberals and Liberalism specialist group. This will be the first timeContinue reading “PSA Conference 2015 Paper: ‘Modernisation Theory And Support For Liberal Values In Great Britain: A Quantitative Approach’”
Note: This review has been submitted to Political Studies Review, and as such is not the final version. The definitive version will be available at Wiley Online Library. Do not cite without permission of the author. Can also be found on my Academia.edu page. K. Widerquist, J. A. Anguera, Y. Vanderborght, and J. de WispelaereContinue reading “Review: Basic Income: An Anthology of Contemporary Research”