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- The general election: Scotland (Channel 5 News)
- Are There Lessons from Turnout at the Local Elections?
- Conservative election expenses: the problem with attacking electoral regulators
- Dr Alistair Clark talks about the life and political career of Martin McGuinness.
- Dr Alistair Clark discusses how Brexit has led to the likelihood of a second Scottish independence referendum being called.
Gendered Institutional Change: The Case of the Women and Equalities Committee in the UK Parliament
Date/Time: 26 April 17 13:00
Public Debt, Inequality, and Power in the Age of Trump.
Date/Time: 3 May 2017 13:00
Politics Conference for Schools
Date/Time: 14 June 2017 11:00-16:00