Monthly Archives: May 2015

The 2015 General Election Results: Why did the ‘experts’ get it wrong?

Voting is a big decision.  When results of elections are a surprise – as happened on 7 May, following an exit poll which flatly contradicted the accumulated predictions of weeks and months of opinion polls taken by different organisations – … Continue reading

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Election 2015 – A New Majority Government, Three Party Leaders Down and a Review of the Voting System

It was very clear from the ‘exit poll’ published at 10pm on election night, that politics was going to be very different in the morning.   Three days on, we have a new Conservative government and have lost the leaders … Continue reading

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Diverse politics is here to stay

While the battle buses are parked and the bunting packed away, amidst the uncertainty facing the UK after the general election, one thing is for certain. The fringe parties have gone mainstream, and the bigger parties had better get used … Continue reading

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