The British General Election of 2019 (Paperback)

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Part 1: The 2017-19 Parliament

Chapter 1: The Calling of the Election - (guest author Philip Cowley)

Chapter 2: The Long Goodbye: Brexit - (guest authors Anand Menon and Alan Wager)

Chapter 3: From May to Johnson: The Conservatives

Chapter 4: The Man Who Wasn't There: Labour

Chapter 5: A New Hope? The Liberal Democrats and others

Chapter 6: Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Politics in the Devolved Nations (guest authors Ailsa Henderson, Roger Scully and Jon Tonge)

Part 2: The Election Campaign

Chapter 7: "Get Brexit Done" The national campaign

Chapter 8: The Red Wall Falls

Chapter 9: Redemption? The Polls

Chapter 10: The Air War: Broadcasting

Chapter 11: Enduring Brands: The Press (guest authors David Deacon, David Smith and Dominic Wring)

Chapter 12: All change? MPs and candidates (Guest authors: Rosie Campbell, Jennifer VanHeerde-Hudson and Chris Butler)

Part 3: The Results

Chapter 13: The British voter in 2019: an individual level analysis

Chapter 14: The outcome in the constituencies: an aggregate analysis (guest authors John Curtice, Stephen Fisher and Patrick English)

Chapter 15: The Election in Retrospect

Appendix 1: The Results Analysed (guest authors John Curtice, Stephen Fisher and Patrick English)

Appendix 2: The Voting Statistics

About the Author

Robert Ford is Professor of Political Science at Manchester University, UK. Tim Bale is Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London, UK. Will Jennings is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Southampton, UK. Paula Surridge is Senior Lecturer in Political Sociology at the University of Bristol, UK.

Product Details
ISBN: 9783030742560
ISBN-10: 3030742563
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: October 19th, 2021
Pages: 659
Language: English