On 31 October 2019 the Early Parliamentary General Election Act 2019 received Royal Assent, with the date for the general election set for Thursday 12 December 2019. Here you can find all the University of Birmingham's comment, analysis and events – as well as our experts guide – on the 2019 General Election.
Posted on 11 December 2019
By Professor Judith Smith, If news stories are to be believed, it can seem as though the NHS is in a constant state of crisis.
Posted on 05 December 2019
People are considering tactical voting for parties that they would not normally consider. David Atkins, Politics and International Relations student, writes for EA Worldview.
Posted on 25 November 2019
Stan Siebert, Professor of Labour Economics at the University of Birmingham writes for the Birmingham Business School Blog.
More news and commentary
Dr Karin Bottom discusses the results of the 2019 General Election: is this the outcome we should have expected?
Dr Iestyn Williams reflects on the challenges facing health and social care ahead of the election.
Dr Iestyn Williams reflects on the debate on whether the NHS could really be for sale ahead of the general election.
Dr Sotirios Zartaloudis on Tactical Voting
Who came out on top in the first TV debate of the 2019 General Election campaign? Scott Lucas considers the outcomes of the head-to-head between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.