How likely is it that Theresa May will call an election this year? Dr Andrew Blick talks to Vice.
Read Dr Andrew Blick's paper for the Constitution Society co-authored with Richard Gordon QC
Tickets now available for "Four Nations? Historical Perspectives on UK Devolution", King’s College London, 19 July 2016 (18:00 - 19:30)
Dr Andrew Blick talks about the legal status of referendums and what has happened in previous cases.
Dr Alix Green, author of our recent Historians Book entry, will co-convene the event on 24th June.
History and Policy's Director Andrew Blick talks to Max Foster in the CNN newsroom about how the killing of MP Jo Cox could reverberate through the campaign before next week's referendum.
History & Policy Parenting Forum launches a new look for their website.
Following H&P's collaboration with Friends of the Earth organised around the Big Ideas Change the World programme, H&P Deputy Director Lucy Delap will debate the history of campaigning with participants at Friends of the Earth's Basecamp 2016 in Castleton.
History & Policy Director Dr. Andrew Blick, will be joining a panel of distinguished speakers as part of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy’s 2016 “History and Policy Making” course from 31st May – 2nd June 2016 at GCSP Maison de la paix, Switzerland.
H&P Global Economics & History Forum to participate in London Metropolitan Archives event "The City (or London Business), the Commonwealth, and Europe: Past, Present,..." on Friday, 3 June 2016 from 12:30 to 16:30.
Dr Andrew Blick, Director of History & Policy was interviewed for the BBC2 'Daily Politics' show regarding Trade Unions and the European Union.
History & Policy’s Trade Union Forum is pleased to announce a half-day conference Trade Unions and the European Union on Tuesday 17th May from 9:30am – 14:30pm at Kings College London.
Simon Szreter will examine the political evolution of Britain's largest provincial cities between 1860 and 1914.
Dr. Andrew Blick led the session over two days in the Capitol Hill location, running seminars, group exercises and individual discussion sessions.
In March & April 2016, H&P ran a two day training course for academics to learn how the policy-making process works, and how to engage with policy makers and shapers. Drawing on H&P’s connections in Whitehall and civil society, delegates heard from civil servants, NGO leaders, journalists and historians with experience in government, Parliament and beyond.
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