Journal Articles

PARLIAMENTARY POLITICS
  • ‘Parliamentary Influence on Brexit Legislation, 2017–2019’ (with Lisa James), Parliamentary Affairs. Advance article. [Article] [Replication data]
  • ‘Partisanship and the Effectiveness of Personal Vote Seeking’, Legislative Studies Quarterly. Early View. [Article] [Replication data]
  • ‘Partisan Dealignment and Personal Vote-Seeking in Parliamentary Behaviour’, Political Studies. 2022. 70(1): 195-215. [Article] [Replication data]
  • ‘Prorogation: Comparative Context and Scope for Reform’ (with Petra Schleiter), Parliamentary Affairs. 2021. 74(4): 964-978. [Article] [Replication data]
  • ‘Parliamentary Procedure under Theresa May: Nothing Has Changed?’ Parliamentary Affairs. 2021. 74(4): 943-963. [Article] [Replication data]
  • ‘Parliamentary Prorogation in Comparative Context’ (with Petra Schleiter), The Political Quarterly. 2020. 91(3): 641-648. [Article]
  • ‘Procedural Change in the UK House of Commons, 1811-2015’ (with Niels D. Goet and Radoslaw Zubek), Legislative Studies Quarterly. 2020. 45(1): 35-67. [Article] [Replication data]
  • ‘Partisan dealignment and committee power in five Westminster parliaments’, European Journal of Political Research. 2019. 58(2): 536-556. [Article] [Replication data].
CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM
  • ‘Radical departure or opportunity not taken? The Johnson government’s Constitution, Democracy and Rights Commission’ (with Petra Schleiter), British Politics. Online First. [Article]
  • ‘International Best Practice and the Constitution, Democracy and Rights Commission’ (with Petra Schleiter), The Political Quarterly. 2021. 92(1): 74-79. [Article]
    • See also ‘Response to Jason Edwards’s Comment’ (with Petra Schleiter), The Political Quarterly. 2021. 92(1): 83-84. [Article]
CABINET RESHUFFLES
  • ‘Cabinet Reshuffles and Parliamentary No-Confidence Motions’ (with Bastián González-Bustamante and Petra Schleiter), Government and Opposition. FirstView. [Article]
  • ‘Why Change a Winning Team? Explaining Post-Election Cabinet Reshuffles in Four Westminster Democracies’, Political Studies. OnlineFirst. [Article] [Replication data]

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