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Coalition cohesion

A parcel arrived today from Palgrave Macmillan.  I thought it may be my copy of The Withering of the Welfare State, which is being launched tonight.  In the event, it was a copy of Cameron and the Conservatives: The transition … Continue reading

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Catching up

After a recess, other peers often ask how I spent it.  Mostly, the answer is ‘marking’.   No sooner has essay marking been completed than it is time to get on with exam scripts.  I am surrounded by them at the … Continue reading

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Coalition cohesion

I was at the University of Leeds on Monday, to give a paper on ‘Coalition cohesion’, at a conference on Cameron and the Conservatives: The Transition to Coalition Government.  With the creation  of a coalition, there are two dimensions to … Continue reading

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