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Tuesday 19th December 2017

Youthquake declared 'word of the year'

Youthquake declared 'word of the year'
Description
Oxford Dictionaries has announced "youthquake" as 2017's word of the year. Dr James Sloam and Rakib Ehsan from the Department of Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London, recently used it to describe the 2017 election results in their report Youth Quake: Young people and the 2017 General Election which was published earlier this year.
Date:
19/12/2017

Youthquake declared 'word of the year'

Youthquake declared 'word of the year'
Description
Oxford Dictionaries has announced "youthquake" as 2017's word of the year. Dr James Sloam and Rakib Ehsan from the Department of Politics and International Relations at Royal Holloway, University of London, recently used it to describe the 2017 election results in their report Youth Quake: Young people and the 2017 General Election which was published earlier this year.
Date:
19/12/2017
Thursday 30th November 2017

The "Youth quake": Brexit prompted a surge in participation in the 2017 General Election

The "Youth quake": Brexit prompted a surge in participation in the 2017 General Election
Description
New research from Royal Holloway, University of London on behalf of the Intergenerational Foundation has found that a "new dawn" has arrived for electioneering in the UK.
Date:
30/11/2017

The "Youth quake": Brexit prompted a surge in participation in the 2017 General Election

The "Youth quake": Brexit prompted a surge in participation in the 2017 General Election
Description
New research from Royal Holloway, University of London on behalf of the Intergenerational Foundation has found that a "new dawn" has arrived for electioneering in the UK.
Date:
30/11/2017
Monday 25th September 2017

Voters torn between concerns over living standards and identity at General Election, new analysis finds

Voters torn between concerns over living standards and identity at General Election, new analysis finds
Description
New research reveals low income voters 'up for grabs' and could be key to reaching Number 10
Date:
25/09/2017

Voters torn between concerns over living standards and identity at General Election, new analysis finds

Voters torn between concerns over living standards and identity at General Election, new analysis finds
Description
New research reveals low income voters 'up for grabs' and could be key to reaching Number 10
Date:
25/09/2017
Tuesday 22nd August 2017

July 2017 Issue of Founders West Newsletter

Description
Latest issue of PIR Newsletter
Date:
22/08/2017
Wednesday 26th July 2017

Why Theresa May's gamble at the polls failed

Why Theresa May's gamble at the polls failed
Description
Analysis of the result of the 2017 General Election by experts at the University of Kent and Royal Holloway, University of London has examined why Theresa May's gamble at the polls in June backfired.
Date:
26/07/2017

Why Theresa May's gamble at the polls failed

Why Theresa May's gamble at the polls failed
Description
Analysis of the result of the 2017 General Election by experts at the University of Kent and Royal Holloway, University of London has examined why Theresa May's gamble at the polls in June backfired.
Date:
26/07/2017
Friday 7th July 2017

Dr Kaat Smets and Professor Oliver Heath to become Electoral Studies editors

Dr Kaat Smets and Professor Oliver Heath to become Electoral Studies editors
Description
Professor Oliver Heath and Dr Kaat Smets, both from the Department of Politics and International Relations, have been appointed as editors of Electoral Studies, a top journal in the field.
Date:
07/07/2017
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