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Showcasing the best international research Parliamentary Affairs is a must read for anyone interested in representative democracy and contemporary politics. Combining the latest in cutting-edge ‘real world’ research with serious policy impact, alongside topical essays by practitioners about major political and parliamentary developments in the UK and around the globe, it is an essential platform for new ideas and evidence about some of the most critical issues facing representative politics today.
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[wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””]Professor Philip Cowley
Professor of Parliamentary Government at the University of Nottingham. Amongst his many publications, he is the author (with Dennis Kavanagh) of The British General Election of 2010, and editor (with Colin Hay and Richard Heffernan) of Developments in British Politics. He is currently conducting a Leverhulme-funded project into the constituency work of Members of Parliament and his work on backbench rebellions in the House of Commons is the definitive academic analysis of backbench behaviour in Britain.
[/wpcol_1half][wpcol_1half_end id=”” class=”” style=””]Professor Jonathan Tonge
Professor of Politics at the University of Liverpool and the current Vice-President of the Political Studies Association of the UK. Chair of the Youth Citizenship Commission in 2008-09, he has authored many books and journal articles on British and Irish politics and is currently directing a Leverhulme-funded membership study of the Democratic Unionist Party and an ESRC project on dissident republicans. He has produced a book (with Andrew Geddes) on every UK general election since 1997, including most recently the Parliamentary Affairs special edition Britain Votes 2010.