Andrew Thompson is a Senior College Teaching Officer at Queens' College in Cambridge. He is one of the editors of the No. 10 Guest Historians series on the History of Government Blog.
His research concentrates on the history of politics, government and international relations with a particular interest in monarchy in the eighteenth century, reflected in his recent book George II: King and Elector (Yale University Press, 2012). He has worked as a historical consultant for the BBC and is broadly interested in communicating historically-based policy analysis.
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