Professor Matthew Flinders

Professor Matthew Flinders

Total 6 Posts
  • Sheffield, UK.
Professor of Parliamentary Government & Governance, University of Sheffield. Founding Director of the Sir Bernard Crick Centre for the Public Understanding of Politics, University of Sheffield.

Why 2023 is a make-or-break year for Keir Starmer’s Labour party

5 min read
The public still does not know what Keir Starmer and the Labour party stand for. Inspiration could come from a surprising source.

The five causes of Liz Truss’s downfall explained

4 min read
Liz Truss, the shortest-serving prime minister in British history, ran into trouble even before taking office.

PM Liz Truss: A laser-like focus on delivery is needed after the chaos of the Boris Johnson years

5 min read
Liz Truss must provide a clear plan and a fresh start. The new PM needs to commit to a laser-like focus on the delivery of public services. But the shadow of her predecessor looms large.

Boris Johnson: A terminal case of hubris syndrome.

4 min read
He hardly has any government ministers and his own cabinet tried to force him to resign. What is going on?

Boris Johnson fined by police over partygate.

5 min read
The British prime minister, his wife and the chancellor of the exchequer are all in legal trouble over lockdown gatherings. What happens next?

Boris Johnson: Sue Gray’s report may prove the final straw for angry Conservative MPs.

5 min read
The investigation into Downing Street parties has no power to bring the Prime Minister down. But it may still provide the ammunition that brings Boris Johnson’s government to an end.
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