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27May

A ‘one nation Government’ with a precarious Parliamentary path ahead

An antiquated speech amidst its usual pomp and pageantry has formally fired the starting gun. Let the legislative scrum begin.

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28Apr

Coalition is the new black

While the political battle rages on, the main UK political parties agree on one thing – there will not be a majority come 7 May, and that the formation of a coalition government is inevitable.

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04Feb

The founding fathers of democracy: will Greece affect the UK’s general election results?

Last week’s shock formation of a left-right coalition, led by Greek radical party Syriza, has led many commentators in the UK to consider what it might mean for the upcoming UK general election.

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18Aug

Debating Europe: a US perpective

Would the UK attract as many US firms if it was outside the EU?

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18Jun

The European Election Results in a 1000 words...

What does the rise of anti-establishment parties mean for Europe?

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