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The Remoulding of British Politics: Explaining political change in Britain 2010 - 2020.

This book contains an extensive in-depth analysis of political change in Britain from 2010 - 2020. It is an adaptation of my thesis and is designed for a broad audience interested in British politics. It covers the changes that took place between the 2010 & 19' elections and the key reasons behind these changes. It particularly focuses on how the opinions of voters shaped the election outcomes through the decade. For instance, it outlines how the issues of immigration and the EU were significant in shaping electoral outcomes throughout the decade.  


This book is recommended for those interested in and studying British and electoral politics. This book is also useful for the purpose of referencing in essays. The book's findings generally show that there was a realignment within British politics, particularly in the 2017 and 2019 elections. It shows how non-economic issues remoulded the electorate and how economic issues were unuslly less significant. If interested in gaining access to the full E-book please contact us.

Please cite books as "Prentice, James. 2022, The Remoulding of British Politics: 2010 -2020, Capture Politics". 

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