Craig Johnson is a Research Associate with the Wales Centre for Public Policy. He is also finishing a PhD in Politics at Newcastle University, focusing on the potential for Labour-Liberal Democrat co-operation.
PhD Candidate in Politics, Newcastle University
Research Officer, Public Policy Institute for Wales
Newcastle University, MA (Research) - Politics
Junior coalition parties in the British context: explaining the Liberal Democrat collapse at the 2015 general election, Electoral Studies
Did Perception of the Economy Affect Attitudes to Immigration at the 2010 British General Election?, Social Science Quarterly
The Importance of Local Parties and Incumbency to the Electoral Prospects of the Liberal Democrats, Politics
Grants and Contracts
Co-operation or competition? Incentives and obstacles to co-operation between British centre-left parties in an era of hung parliaments.