Month: April 2015

A Personal Plea

Posted on 30 April 2015 by Professor Roger Scully

The election is now a week away. Some 3,973 candidates are awaiting the verdict of the voters. There are few certainties in this election, but one is this: all but 650 of these candidates will lose. The majority will surely expect defeat – indeed, they cannot possibly expect any other outcome. But some of those
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About Last Night…

Posted on 23 April 2015 by Professor Roger Scully

I spent much of yesterday evening at ITV-Wales HQ: watching their Welsh Leaders’ Debate and then contributing to the Rate the Debate Sharp End special afterwards. Here are a few thoughts about the night… Clear Winner: Star of the night, undoubtedly, was Adrian Masters. He had a very difficult job – steering a two-hour debate
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