Professor of Politics, Royal Holloway
Constituency Labour parties in Vauxhall and Birkenhead have expressed no-confidence in Kate Hoey and Frank Field respectively.
The Lega and the Five Star Movement (M5S) look finally to have agreed a coalition government capable of winning the confidence of both the President of the Republic and the Parliament.
The President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella has proposed Carlo Cottarelli as prime minister.
One of the quantitative methodology papers which has most shaped my thinking in recent years is Carlisle Rainey's Arguing for a Negligible Effect.
Over the festive period I read Robert Caro's The Power Broker.
Earlier this week, Damian Green resigned as Minister for the Cabinet Office.
Following my blog post of last week, AC Grayling has been in touch. He asks me to post this by way of response.
First, allow me to congratulate you on receiving the title of professor this year with your appointment at Royal Holloway College. I am…
I regret to inform you that AC Grayling is at again.
LSE's Brexit blog has published a piece by Grayling with the title, "The EU…