Wrong, because they are based on what a political scientist sat at their own computer can see, rather than on what political parties actually do. … Read the full post »
Read my posts featuring political scientist Darren Lilleker, with whom I edited the book Political Marketing and the 2015 UK General Election.
Taken from the new book I’ve co-edited with Darren Lilleker, Political Marketing and the 2015 UK General Election, are these words which we I wrote well before the referendum happened… … Read the full post »
Out soon is a new book I’ve co-edited with Darren Lilleker (to whom thanks for doing the bulk of the work and having had the original idea): Political Marketing and the 2015 UK General Election. … Read the full post »
This week I took part in the Hansard Society’s Digital Wave event, a day-long conference as part of Parliament Week which mixed research findings from academics with reports from the 2012 US elections and the views of online campaigners. Here are some of the highlights of the day. … Read the full post »
The Freedom Bill (previously known as the Great Repeal Bill) has been a Liberal Democrat policy for some time and now that we’re in coalition government it’s become the Your Freedom initiative. … Read the full post »
Around 78% of PPCs use Twitter to send out messages discussing local issues and the same proportion also use it to promote their party. … Read the full post »
Praise for Tom Brake and how he uses Facebook to engage with his constituents in Carshalton and Wallington. … Read the full post »