Politics lecturer Paula Keaveney casts her eye over the UK’s EU runners and riders, as she casts her eye over the elections the UK wasn’t supposed to be a part of.
Votes at 16? The world is changing rapidly, so should young people have more of a say in their future? Two of our students discuss the issues.
Politics lecturer Paula Keaveney takes a break from Brexit-watching to explain some of the idiosyncratic rituals and processes that enable decision-making in the Houses of Parliament.
Eight Labour MPs and three Tory MPs decide to form a new Westminster alliance, The Independent Group. But to Politics lecturer Paula Keaveney, this all seems very familiar.
How does Theresa May square the Brexit circle? Politics Lecturer Paula Keaveney discusses the PM’s options for a Plan B.
Senior Lecturer in Politics Paula Keaveney outlines the possible ramifications from the result of Parliament’s vote on Theresa May’s Brexit Withdrawal Agreement with the EU.
Post-Brexit, what might the future hold for UK football? Prof Richard Parrish and Dr Andrea Cattaneo explore the potential legal ramifications.
Paula Keaveney, Head of Politics at EHU, discusses the vote that kept Theresa May at the helm of the Tory Party, and the possible repercussions for UK politics.
“It’s all about the process,” say Dr Kim Wiltshire and Billy Cowan, when discussing political theatre. And you’re unlikely to hear of the movement’s protagonists going on to huge fame via London’s West End. But that was – is – not the point. This was all about identifying contemporary political issues, and taking them to the […]
The clock is ticking, the countdown continues its inexorable progress, the midnight hour rapidly approaches. We could be talking about the start of the World Cup in Russia.