The party leaders must ensure that the next set of election debates don’t focus solely on England

    Activity: Other activity typesPublic engagement and outreach - media article or participation


    In 2010, the three party leaders Gordon Brown, David Cameron, and Nick Clegg, made very few mentions of devolution or of the devolved nations. Kristi Winters and Edzia Carvalho argue that the leaders this time around should take steps to ensure that the debates strike a more inclusive tone, ensuring that they represent a genuinely national conversation.
    Period18 Nov 2014


    • qualitative research
    • focus groups
    • elections
    • devolution
    • British elections
    • election campaigns
    • political parties