The Almanac of British Politics

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Routledge, 1999 - Political Science - 926 pages
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The sixth edition of The Almanac of British Politics again confirms this books reputation as the definitive guide to the UK political map. It contains biographical sketches of all Members of Parliament including the new intake following the 1997 Labour election victory, and gives a comprehensive seat-by-seat analysis of all parliamentary constituencies. The book describes their social, economic and political characteristics, and each profile gives the seat's recent electoral history, as well as looking forward to the next election.

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A volume that is similar to its counterpart in the United States, the Almanac of British Politics has been published since 1983. This 7th edition follows the 2001 general election when Labour was re ... Read full review

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