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Elections in Britain

A Voter’s Guide

  • Authors
  • Dick Leonard
  • Roger Mortimore

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 1-3
  3. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 4-11
  4. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 12-21
  5. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 22-38
  6. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 39-72
  7. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 73-82
  8. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 83-103
  9. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 104-120
  10. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 121-133
  11. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 134-143
  12. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 144-163
  13. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 164-177
  14. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 178-196
  15. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 197-207
  16. Dick Leonard, Roger Mortimore
    Pages 208-211
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 212-281

About this book

Introduction

How do British elections work? What about local elections and by-elections? How are candidates chosen? What has been the impact of changes introduced by the present government? How can an ordinary voter play his or her part? And why do so few people vote these days? Dick Leonard, a political journalist and former MP, and Roger Mortimore, an opinion pollster, cover all aspects of British elections in this updated edition of the standard work, including comprehensive tables of statistics and results.

Keywords

campaign elections Electoral Electoral System government local election Political Parties referendum voter work

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