4 edition of The British general elections 1945-1992 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
|Statement||[edited by David Butler]|
|Contributions||Butler, David, 1924-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 v. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
Liberal Democrats, British political party founded in through a merger of the Liberal Party and the Social Democratic Party (SDP). In the middle ground between the dominant Labour Party and Conservative Party, the Liberal Democrats occupy a centre-left libertarian position.. History. The Liberals became a recognizable political party in the midth century. The British General Election of was at the time only the second in what has since become the essential Nuffield series of general election books, a series which is now a permanent part of following elections in the UK.. Its age shows in some ways – not only of course in the subject matter but also in the very light touch of statistics (though they were advanced for the time).
In the UK, only around 43% of to year-olds vote in general elections. Are you interested in politics, or do you change the TV channel when politicians appear on the screen? In the UK, General Elections take place every 5years in May, unless Parliament votes to hold an election sooner. Candidates compete for a seat in the House of Commons. General Elections in the UK are comprised of individual elections that take place on one single day.
In The British General Election of , the latest in the venerable Nuffield series on British elections since , Philip Cowley and Dennis Kavanagh explore one of the most extraordinary political events of the young century in the UK: the British General Election of While not able to produce a fully coherent explanation of the results, the volume achieves the same skillful blend of. General election Election opinion polls tracker: gap between Labour and Tories narrows with result in balance Find out who’s ahead in the polls on the campaign’s final day.
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The British General Elections 15 Volume Set by David Butler LLB (Editor) ISBN In this fully revised and updated edition of British General Elections since David Butler chronicles the demeanour and result of each post-war election. He also draws on the most recent research to examine how much the way in which elections have been stages and fought has altered, with press conferences, advertising, opinion polls and media events transforming the electoral by: Get this from a library.
The British general elections [David Butler;]. One of 15 volumes in the Nuffield Studies Series, chronicling the British General Elections from to This work offers analysis of the campaigning leading up to the election and its : R.B.
McCallum, Alison Readman. Read the full-text online edition of The British General Election of (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The British General Election of The British General Election of By R.
McCallum, Alison Readman. No cover image. The British General Election of lowering the tone of British public life to. The United Kingdom general election was a national election held on 5 Julythough polling in some constituencies was The British general elections 1945-1992 book by several days, while the counting of votes was delayed until 26 July to provide time for overseas votes to be brought to Britain.
The governing Conservative Party sought to maintain their position within parliament, but faced challenges from public opinion Turnout: %, %. For example, at the general election, Labour was 42 seats short of forming a majority, and so its majority is listed as − If the party in office changed the figure is re-calculated, but no allowance is made for changes after the general election.
The British General Election of Authors (view affiliations) David Butler; Dennis Kavanagh; Book. 77 Citations; 1 Mentions; The Forcing of the Election. David Butler, Dennis Kavanagh. Pages Central Preparations.
About this book. Keywords. election political science. Authors and affiliations. David Butler. 1; Dennis. The British General Election of is the definitive and authoritative account of one of the most dramatic elections in British ng aside her natural caution, Theresa May called a snap election and was widely expected to crush Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party.
One of 15 volumes in the Nuffield Studies Series, chronicling the British General Elections from - the most comprehensive and celebrated study ever published on the UK's. Provisionally, the next general election will be conducted using the same electoral system as the election (first-past-the-post).
The Conservative party, which won a majority in the election, included pledges in its manifesto to remove the year limit on voting for British citizens living abroad, and to introduce a voter identification requirement in Great Britain.
The British General Election of by RB McCallum and Alison Readman (Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, ) The Age of Churchill and Eden by John Ramsden (Longman, ). About this Item: Basil Blackwell, Oxford England, Soft Cover.
Condition: Very Good. 1st Paperback Edition. Paperback British General Elections Since (Making Contemporary Britain) In this fully revised and updated edition of British General Elections since David Butler chronicles the demeanour and result of each post-war election.
The British General Election of is the definitive and authoritative account of one of the most dramatic elections in British ng aside her natural caution, Theresa May called a snap election and was widely expected to crush Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party/5(7).
One of fifteen volumes in the Nuffield Studies Series, chronicling the British General Elections from The most comprehensive and celebrated study ever published on the UK's post-war elections.5/5(1).
The book is the definitive account of one of the most dramatic elections in British history. Throwing aside caution, Theresa May called a snap election and was widely expected to crush Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party.
It is the 20th edition in this prestigious series of books dating back to The Timing of Elections and the Party Battle Changing MPs The Cost of Elections The National Campaign The Media Advertising and Polls Local Electioneering Conclusion --Appendix I Election Results, --Appendix II Election Peaks and Troughs.
Series Title: Making contemporary Britain. Responsibility. This book provides an authorative, highly readable description and analysis of the background, the campaign and the results of the British general election ofand outlines the consequences of Labour's victory.
The dramatic events of to and their impact on the party's preparations are analyzed.5/5. For leave of absence during the election campaign my thanks are due to the Rector and Fellows of Exeter College, Oxford.
Any General Election study must owe a heavy debt to Mr. McCallum and MissAlison Readman, whose British General Election of first raised the seed from which this (and, it is to be hoped, later) crops could alone be.
The British General Election of by Dennis Kavanagh and Phil Cowley: the long-running Nuffield series of general election studies has come under increasing competition from other publications.
Labour, the Left, and the British General Election of Gary McCulloch The victory of the Labour party in the British general election of July was preeminently a triumph of Left over Right.
Labour won seats, while the Conservatives, despite the prestige associated with their wartime leader Winston Churchill, won only As the. British general election of Results of the British general election held May 5, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. At the Labour Party conference in SeptemberEd Miliband, with strong union support, edged out his elder brother, David Miliband.
1 The works referred to are: McCallum, R. B. and Readman, A., British general election of (London, ), and Addison, P., The road to (London, ). I may also mention here the brief treatment in my own Britain and the Second World War (London, ).Cited by: