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Lessons from the 2024 general election

16 July 2024, 1:00 pm–2:15 pm

The Constitution Unit. Lessons from the 2024 general election. 16 July 2024, 1:00pm–2:15pm. Prof Meg Russell. Prof Alan Renwick. Dr Sofia Collignon. Prof Ben Lauderdale.

An expert panel reflects on the general election campaign, the result, and the parliament ahead.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to

All

Availability

Yes

Cost

Free

Organiser

Edd Rowe

As the dust settled on the 2024 general election, the Constitution Unit assembled a group of experts to reflect on the campaign, the result, and the parliament ahead. How did the polls perform? What were the effects of the electoral system? What kinds of candidates were selected and elected? What does the new House of Commons look like, and how will this affect the coming years in UK politics? Our expert panel explored these issues and more, and answered audience questions.

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A recording of this event will also be made avaliable as an episode of The Constitution Unit Podcast.

Speakers:

  • Professor Meg Russell – Director of the Constitution Unit
  • Professor Alan Renwick – Deputy Director of the Constitution Unit
  • Dr Sofia Collignon – Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics, QMUL
  • Professor Ben Lauderdale – Professor in Political Science, 鶹ýƵվ

Chair: Dr Tom Fleming – Lecturer in British and Comparative Politics, 鶹ýƵվ

Read Prof Ben Lauderdale's slides