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The quirks of local elections and an ever decreasing number of councillors means we should avoid assessing parties’ performance on the basis of seats won or lost

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Is Kirkella really the ‘UK’s biggest fishing trawler’ and does vessel size matter in the Brexit and fishing debate?

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Summary of my latest article published in Regional Studies, Regional Science

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Are EU concerns over fishing enough to derail the withdrawal agreement?

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A dot density map of the 2017 UK fishing catch

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An exercise to get new politics students thinking about how they’ll be learning on their degree

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Scallops have been in the news recently. But just how important are they to the UK fishing industry?

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A series of infographics exploring the devolution dynamics to post-Brexit fisheries policy

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The EU’s cohesion policy is 30 years old and now accounts for around a third of the EU’s budget. To celebrate, the European Commission has published a new dataset. This details annual payments to the EU’s regions since 1989.

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A summary of my recently publshed article in European Urban and Regional Studies.

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