Rising turnout and more switching means parties must address low-income voters’ economic concerns to win at next General Election
Voters struggling to make ends meet on low incomes are ‘up for grabs’ like never before and are set to have a bigger influence on who ends up winning the next General Election.
International Monetary Fund reforms weaken the state, study finds
Lending conditions imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) undermine “state capacity” in developing nations, Dr Thomas Stubbs finds.
UK Politics department for research intensity.
Source: THE REF 2014: Subject ranking on intensity
of students say the courses are intellectually stimulating.
Source: NSS, 2017
of our Politics and International Relations graduates are employed or go on to further study within six months of graduating.
Source: DLHE, 2017