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The UK General Election of June 8th 2017: A Selection of Links [More will be added presently]

Click here for information on the  UK General Election 2015.

  1. Click here for The Inside Story of Election 17 [Anne McElvoy for Radio 4]
  2. Click here for Why did Theresa May call a General Election? 
  3. Click here for BBC summary of Party Manifestos
  4. Click here for Guardian Summaries of Party Manifestos
  5. Click here for May versus Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10
  6. Click here for BBC Live Leaders Special: Theresa May versus Jeremy Corbyn
  7. Click here for BBC graphics on 2017 General Election Result
  8. Click here for the result in maps and charts
  9. Click here for Has there been a surge in youth turnout?
  10. Click here for How Wrong were the polls.
  11. Click here for You Gov Polling Model [ which was pretty accurate]
  12. Click here for Journalistic Representations of Jeremy Corbyn in the British Press
  13. Click here for How Britain Voted in 2017 [You Gov]
  14. Click here for How Britain Voted in 2017 [Ipsos Mori]
  15. Click here for Ipsos Mori Slide Share Presentation. How Britain voted 2017
  16. Click here for How Britain Voted in 2017 [Guardian graphical summary of Ipsos Mori data]
  17. Click here for detailed article on working class voting [and non voting ] patterns by Craig Berry [SPERI]
  18. Click here for data from Lord Ashcroft polls
  19. Click here for BES data on the 2017 General Election
  20. Click here for House of Commons Library Research Briefing Paper on the 2017 General Election
  21. Click here for Why people voted  Labour or Conservative  in 2017 [You Gov]
  22. Click here for Brexit and Voting Behaviour
  23. Click here for the New Electoral Map of Britain
  24. Click here for Observer analysis
  25. Click here for resignation of Mrs May's aides
  26. Click here for resignation of UKIP leader Paul Nuttall
  27. Click here for concise article from Britsoc [Prof John Scott]
  28. Click here for another concise article from Brit Soc [Dr . John  Bone]
  29. Click here for article on Labour's future prospects by Andrew Rawnsley
  30. Click here for an early interpretation of the General Election result
  31. Click here for Theresa May : 10 reasons why she blew her majority
  32. Click here for Aftermath: Mrs May's new Cabinet
  33. Click here and here and here for negotiations with the  DUP
  34. Click here for Britain's Brexit options [The Conversation]
  35. Click here for BBC summary information on Brexit
  36. Click here for two Conservative perspectives on defeat
  37. Click here for resignation of Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron