British Politics

Papers
(The TQCC of British Politics is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
The UK government’s COVID-19 policy: assessing evidence-informed policy analysis in real time56
The COVID-19 exams fiasco across the UK: four nations and two windows of opportunity18
Constructing the coronavirus crisis: narratives of time in British political discourse on COVID-1915
Are ‘red wall’ constituencies really opposed to progressive policy? Examining the impact of materialist narratives for Universal Basic Income5
“Enemies of the people”? Diverging discourses on sovereignty in media coverage of Brexit5
The futility of participation: austerity and public reluctance to oppose it5
Brexit and the Myth of British National Identity5
Technocratic economic governance and the politics of UK fiscal rules5
Civic education as an antidote to inequalities in political participation? New evidence from English secondary education5
Scotland and England’s colliding nationalisms: neoliberalism and the fracturing of the United Kingdom5
From green crap to net zero: Conservative climate policy 2015–20224
The Johnson factor: British national identity and Boris Johnson4
Intra-party dissent over Brexit in the British Conservative Party4
Who are the victims of electoral fraud in Great Britain? Evidence from survey research3
COVID-19 and the second exams fiasco across the UK: four nations trying to avoid immediate policy failure3
Who and what is their ‘people’? How British political leaders appealed to the people during the 2019 election3
The Labour Party leadership election: The Stark model and the selection of Keir Starmer3
The present is a foreign country: Brexit and the performance of victimhood3
Politics and football fandom in post- ‘indyref’ Scotland: nationalism, unionism and stereotypes of the ‘Old Firm’3
Understanding drivers of support for English city-region devolution: a case study of the Liverpool City Region3
Prime Ministerial powers of patronage: Ideology and Cabinet selection under Margaret Thatcher 1979–19903
MPs’ expenses: the legacy of a scandal 10 years on3
‘Building back better’ or sustaining the unsustainable? The climate impacts of Bank of England QE in the Covid-19 pandemic3
Using non-legislative tools when legislation is hard: a comparison of the Canadian, UK, and Israeli parliaments2
America and the special relationship: the impact of the Trump administration on relations with the UK2
Debating the value of twinning in the United Kingdom: the need for a broader perspective2
Elements of neoliberal Euroscepticism: how neoliberal intellectuals came to support Brexit2
The lessons of 1969: policy learning, policy memory and voting age reform2
Brexit and the Labour Party: Europe, cosmopolitanism and the narrowing of traditions2
Political community and the new parochialism: Brexit and the reimagination of British liberalism and conservatism2
The dilemma of Brexit: hard choices in the narrow context of British foreign policy traditions2
The privilege of public service and the dangers of populist technocracy: a response to Michael Gove and Dominic Cumming’s 2020 Ditchley annual lecture2
Leadership election reform in the British Labour party: democratisation or power struggle?2
Boris Johnson: the moral case for government resignations in July 20222
Reading the mindset of the secretary of state: shaping policy delivery effectiveness2
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