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Mark Garnett, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Lancaster University,David Denver, Emeritus Professor of Politics, Lancaster University
Dr Mark Garnett is the author of numerous books and articles on UK Politics, including Exploring British Politics 3rd edition, 2012 (with Philip Lynch), and From Crisis to Coalition: The Conservative Party, 1997-2010 (with Peter Dorey and Andrew Denham). He is also a regular broadcaster on a range of political issues. He is Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Lancaster University.
Professor David Denver has written extensively on British elections including a standard text, Elections and Voters in Britain, which has gone through several editions. He is Emeritus Professor of Politics at Lancaster University.