Month: May 2017



Some of my recent writings on the general election

Posted on 15 May 2017 by Professor Roger Scully

As a few of you may have noticed, there’s a general election going on. With Wales shaping up to be potentially one of the interesting stories of this election, I’ve contributed a few pieces to various sites.   Here are three things that I wrote for the New Statesman (most recent first): http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/staggers/2017/05/results-wales-are-far-disastrous-labour-things-still-look-bleak    
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May-Day – and May’s Week?

Posted on 1 May 2017 by Professor Roger Scully

There is no post-war precedent for having a general election campaign already underway whilst the local elections take place. Living in a competitive ward myself, in a normally marginal seat, I’m feeling the seasonal love that an election brings, and being bombarded with the literature coming through the door. This Thursday will see local elections
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