I am currently employed as a Lecturer in Politics at York St John University. I have previously held positions at the University of Sheffield, the University of Liverpool, University of Leicester and the University of Winchester.
My current research interests are situated within British politics. I have published a monograph The Political Economy of Britain in Crisis (Palgrave Macmillan) which explored the crisis of the 1970s and the economic crisis of 2007. I have further published work exploring the origins of the 2007 crisis and on the 2012 Police and Crime Commissioner Elections and the 2014 by-elections.
Lecturer in Politics, York St John University
Teaching Fellow, The University of Leicester
Lecturer, The University of Liverpool
Lecturer, The University of Winchester
Teaching Assoicate, The University of Sheffield
The University of Sheffield, PhD
The University of Nottingham, MA Politics (Research Track)
Classifying Elections in Britain,
Government and Opposition, Legitimacy and Legitimization in Low Turnout Ballots
The Political Economy of Britain in Crisis,
British Politics, Thatcherism and the Origins of the 2007 Crisis
The Political Quarterly , PCC Elections as a ‘Failed Experiment’: What Lessons can be Learned?