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The British General Election Of 2015

Author : P. Cowley
ISBN : 9781137366115
Genre : Political Science
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The British General Election of 2015 is a must-read for anyone wanting to know how the action unfolded in the most unpredictable election for a generation. Drawing on hundreds of confidential interviews with all the key players, it offers a compelling insider's guide to the election's background, campaign, and the results which led to the formation of the first majority Conservative government in eighteen years. Designed to appeal to everyone from Westminster insiders, politics students and the wider general public, this is the authoritative account of the 2015 election. Continuing a proud Palgrave Macmillan tradition, The British General Election of 2015 is the 19th edition and celebrates the 70th year of this prestigious series.

The British General Election Of 1992

Author : D. Butler
ISBN : 0333569032
Genre : Political Science
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This volume is the 14th in a series of studies begun in 1945 which have chronicled every postwar election. The historical background, the party preparation and the events of the campaign are recorded, together with analyses of the polls, the press, broadcast coverage and the candidates.

The Politicos Guide To The 2015 General Election

Author : Iain Dale
ISBN : 9781849548076
Genre : Political Science
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As the 2015 general election looms on the horizon, the only thing anyone can seem to agree on is that it will be unpredictable, not least because, for the first time in our history, we are experiencing the brave new world of four-party politics. Here, in one volume, is everything you need to know about what is shaping up to be one of the most exciting general elections of the last twenty years. In this unique guide to the state of the parties, policies and polls, you'll find expert predictions and commentary from political pundits, as well as all the facts and figures you need to make an informed decision at the ballot box. This essential guide includes: • Analysis of key marginal seats • Information about demographics, voting intentions and past electoral behaviour • Examples of historical precedent • Lists of prospective candidates • Profiles of the main party leaders • Articles on the role of social media and the traditional media • Breakdowns of regional and constituency data A book that will appeal to enthusiastic politicos and inquisitive voters alike, this is the essential guide to the most eagerly awaited general election in recent history.

Why The Tories Won

Author : Tim Ross
ISBN : 9781785900075
Genre : Political Science
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When David Cameron returned to Tory headquarters early on the morning of 8 May, he declared his sensational election victory to be ‘the sweetest’ moment of his political career. The Conservatives had won their first Commons majority for twenty-three years and the Prime Minister had achieved the seemingly impossible: increasing his popularity while in government, winning more seats than in 2010 and confounding almost every pundit and opinion poll in the process. Within hours, his defeated rivals Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage had all resigned, stunned and devastated by the brutality of their losses. Political journalist Tim Ross reveals the inside story of the election that shocked Britain. Based on interviews with key figures at the top of the Conservative Party, and with private access to Cabinet ministers, party leaders and their closest aides, this gripping account of the 2015 campaign uncovers the secret tactics the Tories used to such devastating effect.

British General Elections Since 1945

Author : David Butler
ISBN : 0631198288
Genre : Political Science
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In this fully revised and updated edition of British General Elections since 1945 David Butler chronicles the demeanour and result of each post-war election. He also draws on the most recent research to examine how much the way in which elections have been stages and fought has altered, with press conferences, advertising, opinion polls and media events transforming the electoral process. In considering these issues alongside other aspects - the law, the constituencies, the electoral system itself, voter behaviour - Dr Butler provides an invaluable guide to the continuities and change which have characterized British general elections for two generations.

The British General Election Of 2005

Author : D. Kavanagh
ISBN : 1403942528
Genre : Political Science
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The definitive guide to the General Election is now in its seventeenth edition. The renowned series from Nuffield College, Oxford, which has covered every postwar British election, provides the authoritative, highly readable description of the background, the campaign and the results. David Butler and Dennis Kavanagh provide thoroughly documented coverage and analysis of the campaigns from party headquarters and from the constituencies.

Sex Lies And The Ballot Box

Author : Philip Cowley
ISBN : 9781849548250
Genre : Political Science
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HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED... ... what emotions really influence where your cross goes on the ballot paper? ... whether people are claiming to vote when they haven't? ... which party's supporters are the kinkiest in bed? In the run-up to the most hotly contested and unpredictable election in a generation, this exhilarating read injects some life back into the world of British electoral politics. Sex, Lies and the Ballot Box sheds light on some of our more unusual voting trends, ranging from why people lie about voting to how being attractive can get you elected. Each of the fifty accessible and concise chapters, written by leading political experts, seeks to examine the broader issues surrounding voting and elections in Britain. It is not just about sexual secrets and skewed surveys: it illustrates the importance of women and ethnic minorities; explains why parties knock on your door (and why they don't); and shows how partisanship colours your views of everything, even pets. This fascinating volume covers everything you need to know (and the things you never thought you needed to know) about the bedroom habits, political untruths and voting nuances behind the upcoming election. 'This book is such an utterly brilliant idea it is ridiculous that no one has thought of it before ... I cannot recommend it highly enough.' John Rentoul

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