Turnout doesn't necessarily mean that people are interested in politics. Some people come out to vote because they think it's their duty. Similarly, people not turning out to vote doesn't mean that they are switched off. Dr Aurélien Mondon from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies discusses the impact of
apathy and abstention on the General Election 2015.
Nigel Farage and UKIP generally are like Marmite: you absolutely love them or you absolutely dislike them. Dr David Cutts from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies discusses how Nigel Farage will fare in the General Election.
Local campaigning could be the crucial difference between parties gaining and losing seats in the General Election. Dr David Cutts from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies explains why it is central to the national outcome.
The SNP is the wild card of these elections - potentially making serious inroads into previously safe Labour seats in Scotland. Charlie Lees, our Professor of Politics, says the outcome of the 2015 election may surprise us all.