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Britain at the Polls 2010

by Nicholas Allen and John Bartle SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
12/2010
ISBN:
9781849208468
Format:
Pbk 296 pages
Price:
AU$67.00 NZ$68.70
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The ninth book in the long-running Britiain at the Polls series, the 2010 edition looks back at the political landscape since 2005 with special focus on the transition from Tony Blair to Gordon Brown and the impact of events such as the the financial crisis, the parliamentary expenses scandal and the first ever leaders' debates. The 2010 election is analysised in this context and the final chapters look ahead to assess the fortunes of the new government. A strong line-up of contributors includes Philip Norton, Paul Webb, James A. Stimson, Charles Pattie, Michael Moran and Ron Johnston. Praise for Britain at the Polls 2005: 'Britain at the Polls is political science at its best: thorough but not dry; serious yet accessible; trenchant but not mendacious.ÔÖ - Peter Kellner ÔÿA fresh insight into the 2005 general election, both what happened and, above all, the significance for the direction of British politics in the Blair and post-Blair erasÔªÔÖ - Peter Riddell ÔÿÔªa thoughtful, lively and stimulating account of the underlying reasons for the historic third successive Labour victory. With a first-class set of contributors this well-written and accessible volume will be essential reading for all concerned with British elections, voting behavior and party politics.ÔÖ - Pippa Norris

Labour's Third Term - Nicholas Allen The Credit Crunch, New Labour and the Election - Michael Moran The Conservatives - Paul Webb and Tim Bale The Liberal Democrats - Thomas Quinn and Ben Clements The Angry Electorate - Oliver Heath The Shifting Policy Mood - John Bartle, Sebastian Dellepiane, and James A. Stimson A Much Debated Campaign - Nicholas Allen, John Bartle and Judith Bara Winners and Losers - Ron Johnston and Charles Pattie A New Politics - Philip Norton

'This is an outstanding collection of papers by an outstanding cast of authors. It tells the story of the remarkable election of 2010 to be sure, but it also makes general patterns in British politics much more understandable. I heartily endorse it.' Christopher Wlezien 'This volume is a worthy contribution to a long-running and valuable series of post-election analyses. It provides insights which are of immediate interest, and in coming years it will be a useful reference for those who want to recall 'what really happened' in the important election of 2010.' Susan Scarrow