The British General Election of 2001

by David Butler

Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan

Written in English
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  • Elections & referenda,
  • 21st century,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Political Process - Elections,
  • 1997-,
  • Elections,
  • Elections, 2001,
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain,
  • Parliament,
  • Politics and government

British general election manifestos contain elements of all of these roles, but advertising and identity-based functions are more prominent at the regional level. An emphasis on decentralization across Western democracies suggests that these insights into party . 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. Prime Minister Major announced last week that a general election would be held on May 1 and that parliament would reassemble on May 7. Question Time. British Prime Minister Tony Blair.   Book an ad; Digital Editions; Tony Blair storms to victory in General Election. Less high profile was a go-it-alone British military intervention in during a savage civil war in.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party won of the seats in the House of Commons in Thursday’s landslide election. Labour took seats, its worst total since September 4, British House of Commons Debates General Election. The British House of Commons debated and ultimately defeated a motion that would have called for . As Screaming Lord Sutch was the longest serving party leader in British political history, we propose that he take pride of place atop a new Sutch’s Column in the center of Trafalgar Square. To compliment this we also suggest the square be renamed Official Monster Raving Loony Square. General election results. Held 7th June. The table below shows the full results of the general election, with the parties ordered by the number of votes received. Full results for indvidual seats are available from the BBC.

Labour won only 35 percent of the votes cast, or only 22 percent of the total eligible electorate of the United Kingdom. This was a record low for a victorious party in a British election. Turnout was 61 percent, a slight increase on the modern record low at the last general election in "No excuse" postal voting was allowed for the first. Uses survey data gathered over the past four decades to investigate voters’ orientations towards themselves as political actors, as well as their orientations towards elections, parties, political institutions, and the wider democratic process. Levels of political interest and political efficacy, and willingness to engage in non-electoral actions, have changed little over the last 40 years.

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Book synopsis: The British general election witnessed unprecedented media interest in the parties' attempts to 'woo' women voters. There was much speculation about a fracturing relationship. The British General Election was seen by many in British politics as a foregone conclusion and this was borne out in the result.

Very few people expected William Hague’s Conservatives to challenge Tony Blair’s Labour Party position within the Commons. Elections are a fundamental part of a democracy and British politics has decreed that there is a general election The British General Election of 2001 book five years.

Buy The British General Election of by Butler, David, Kavanagh, Dennis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). On June 7,the U.K.’s Labour Party won a second consecutive landslide victory over the gh Labour’s majority in Parliament was reduced fractionally, from to in the seat House of Commons, this was still a massive victory by historical was larger than that achieved by any party in the 60 years prior to Labour’s return to power in This is a list of United Kingdom general elections (elections for the UK House of Commons) since the first in The members of the – Parliament had been elected to the former Parliament of Great Britain and Parliament of Ireland, before being co-opted to serve in the first Parliament of the United Kingdom, so that Parliament is not included in the table below.

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Bennie. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Author: Lynn G. Bennie. British General Election Constituency Results, Description: This dataset contains parliamentary constituency election results for four successive UK general elections (held on 9th April1st May7th June and 5th May ).The dataset records the votes, seats and candidates for each contest and the constituency-level matched census data.

Although Labour won 55% of the seats, it secured only % of the popular vote, down % from the election. This was the lowest level of support ever achieved by any party winning an outright victory in a British general election.

The Conservatives won % (up % from ), and the Liberal Democrats secured % (up %). Overall. The United Kingdom general election, was held on Thursday 7 June to elect members to the British House of Commons. Results. It was called "the quiet landslide" by the media, as the Labour Party was re-elected with another landslide result and only suffered a net loss of 5 seats, with lower turnout of %, compared to % in the previous election.

The British General Election series provides timely, authoritative and incisive analyses of British electoral politics. It brings together leading experts to comprehensively assess election results, campaigns and the issues that animate contemporary political debate.

Book The British General Election of Butler, D., Kavanagh, D. (   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.

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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(13). Results & Constituencies: Find Your Results. You can find any of the constituency results in a number of ways through the drop-down menus below: Scoreboards.

UK breakdown. Full scoreboards. Search for constituency. Search by name. by A-Z. Search by party. Seats won by party. Seats gained. The British General Election of is a must-read for anyone wanting to know how the action unfolded in the most dramatic election for a generation.

Drawing on hundreds of confidential interviews with all the key players, it offers a compelling insider's guide to the election's background, campaign and results, including a detailed account of Cited by: Lord Rennard: low profile belied his influence on British politics.

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34 Great and Terrible Conservative Party Election Posters A poster for the British Conservative Party from the General Election. It depicts Liberal Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George ( – ) as a German, accidentally bombing a tobacco factory from the zeppelin Revenge, with the caption ‘A bad shot.

UK General Election results, including electorate, turnout and majority. Links to manifestos and PMs biography. am: Tom Kelly, a former BBC political reporter, has become one half of the pair taking over Alastair Campbell's Julia Day.

New role for Campbell Special report: the BBC. The British General Election of is a must-read for anyone wanting to know how the action unfolded in the most unpredictable election for a generation. Drawing on hundreds of confidential interviews with all the key players, it offers a compelling insider's guide to the election's background, campaign, and the results which led to the.

The British general election of marked the culmination of a period of political and economic crisis, and has long been regarded as a watershed in twentieth-century British history. In the summer ofa struggling Labour government collapsed: its leader, Ramsay MacDonald, stayed on to form a National government supported mainly by Cited by:   Dimensions of Retrospective Voting: Economic Performance, Public Service Standards and Conservative Party Support at the British General Election - Party Politics In-text: (Johnston and Pattie, ).

British General Elections - Part IV:& Now we start to enter the era of Gladstone and Disraeli, and one of the results of their feuding was two Reform Acts. Since the information is now more readily available, I'm going to include a 'total votes cast' section, replacing it with the 'number of constituencies' statistic which.

Dennis Kavanagh and I are now heads down to complete The British General Election of (or what we fear may end up being called The Many British General Elections of ), to be published by Palgrave next ’s the latest in a series of books dating back tothe longest-running national election series in the world.

Based on the events of last week, and some of the. The people of the UK went to the polls on June 8 and woke up on June 9 to a nonresult. There was no clear winner. British politics is now very complicated, and even more so Author: Tobias Stone.In this paper, I analyze voting behavior in the British General Election of using the British Election Study survey data.

By logistic regression analysis, I find the following results. First, I find that social identity, especially occupational class have little influence on the vote. Second, I find P. I. D. have a certain : Takashi Tomisaki. The poster has been the most durable form of political communication and has played a high-profile role in successive British General Election campaigns.

The most well-known example of this was the work of the Saatchi and Saatchi advertising agency on behalf of the Conservatives during the run-up to the : Chris Burgess, Dominic Wring.