Tag Archives: David Cameron

No One Would Riot for Less: the UK General Election, “Shy Tories” and the Eating of Lord Ashdown’s Hat

The unexpected victory of David Cameron’s Conservatives in the UK election is the British version of the Bush win in 2004. Philip Marsh explains. Continue reading

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The Coalition Will Not Be Televised

From across the pond, James D. Irwin breaks down the imminent British election for those of us in the U.S. Continue reading

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Europe’s Food Town: A Memorial, an election and the “C” word (Class)

Labour and Race: Philip Marsh on how one former fishing town became the swing district in this week’s UK parliamentary elections. Continue reading

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