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Introductory video by Dr Alan Convery (The University of Edinburgh) explaining how the course will explore the election results.
Welcome to Week Four, the final week of our course on the Scottish and Welsh elections. The results are in, and we now know the winners and losers of these elections. So this week, we’ll be asking what happened and why. I hope you’ll join us for our final online seminar
on Wednesday at 1:10, when we’ll be discussing the questions that you want answered. So post your questions in the discussion board, or use the hashtag #SWvote16.
Welcome to Week 4 of our course on the Scottish and Welsh elections 2016. The results are in and the election campaign is over. This week we will analyse the parties’ electoral performances as well as the new makeup of the two parliaments.
We will hold our last live online seminar on Wednesday 11 May at 1.10pm (UK time). You can suggest questions for the seminar in the discussion and watch the seminar live on YouTube. You can also Tweet questions during the seminar with the hashtag #SWvote16.
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Scotland and Wales Vote 2016: Understanding the Devolved Elections

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