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Browsing the "Elections" Tag

The Debate The Internet Won

April 4th, 2014 | by Eleanor Newis

In the post-EU-debate aftermath in which this article is being written, everyone seems to be asking “who won?” But the [&hellip


The Digital Election

March 12th, 2014 | by Owain Mortimer

It is a disappointing fact that only 12% of people in the 18-24 age bracket voted in the last General [&hellip


Democracy: Down with the Kids

February 24th, 2014 | by Owain Mortimer

Why do young people not vote? I’m going to expand on my last blog on youth voter apathy, and look [&hellip


What Labour Did Next

January 15th, 2014 | by Eleanor Newis

This month’s Guardian/ ICM poll showed the Labour party’s lead with the electorate slip two points to 35%. They are [&hellip


“Red Ed” or “Argon Ed?”

October 1st, 2013 | by Eleanor Newis

At the Labour Conference this year, despite being overshadowed by the words of Damian McBride and rather dubious poll ratings, [&hellip


Live to Work or Work to Live?

September 6th, 2013 | by Eve Stanger

In 1998, amid a snowballing debate about the appropriateness of such a policy, the Labour party introduced the National Minimum [&hellip


Women’s Representation

January 29th, 2013 | by Yazmin Gachette

Rosemary Butler, the Presiding Officer in the Welsh Assembly has recently asked for more women to be elected to reflect the population [&hellip



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