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Scribbling away

Having completed the proofs for Eminent Parliamentarians, the past few days have been given over to completing the manuscript for the second edition of Parliament in British Politics.  I have been working on it for some time: it has required … Continue reading

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More for the bookshelf

I have been rather engrossed this month working on the new edition of Parliament in British Politics;  I do mean engrossed, hence the light blogging.  I have been working on it for some time – an awful lot has happened since … Continue reading

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Meeting deadlines

One of the problems with accepting writing commitments is that they often come months, even years, in advance of the submission deadline, leaving the deceptive impression that there will be time to complete them without undue pressure or haste.  Things tend … Continue reading

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Summer writing

I presently have four book chapters completed and awaiting publication (on the Englishness of Westminster, Margaret Thatcher as Leader of the Opposition, Constitutional Change and the Tensions of Liberal Democracy, and Coalition Cohesion) as well as an article, on a … Continue reading

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