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The Conservatives under David Cameron: Built to Last?

Beech, Matt; Lee, Simon

Authors

Dr Simon Lee S.D.Lee@hull.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer/ Faculty Ethics Committee



Abstract

Drawing upon the expertise of a team of established researchers, The Conservatives under David Cameron provides a detailed analysis and evaluation of the ideas, policies and electoral strategy developed during the tenure of David Cameron as Conservative Party leader. For students of developments in British politics, the book provides the essential guide to key domestic and foreign policy choices, including the Conservative Party's agenda for economic policy, reform of the public services, welfare reform, law, order and immigration, the environment, constitutional reform, foreign affairs and defence, the European Union, and international development. These choices are placed in historical context by an introduction which also includes a detailed analysis of Conservative Party ideology.

Book Type Edited Book
Publication Date Apr 9, 2009
Pages -
ISBN 978-0-23057-565-3
APA6 Citation (2009). The Conservatives under David Cameron: Built to Last?