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Uncontested elections in the UK

One of my many statistical hobbies is compiling and analysing UK election results from before WW2. I find it fascinating how the British party system changed so dramatically and quickly between 1906 (the last Liberal majority) and 1945 (the first Labour majority). Yet looking at old elections in the UK can be confusing. Take, forContinue reading “Uncontested elections in the UK”

The Burnham Effect

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