Timothy Heppell
Timothy Heppell
Associate Professor of Politics, University of Leeds
Verified email at leeds.ac.uk
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C ameron and Liberal Conservatism: Attitudes within the Parliamentary Conservative Party and Conservative Ministers
T Heppell
The British Journal of Politics & International Relations 15 (3), 340-361, 2013
Choosing the Tory Leader: Conservative Party Leadership Election form Heath to Cameron
T Heppell
IB Tauris, 2008
The ideological composition of the parliamentary Conservative Party 1992–97
T Heppell
The British Journal of Politics & International Relations 4 (2), 299-324, 2002
The Tories: From Winston Churchill to David Cameron
T Heppell
A&C Black, 2014
Choosing the Labour Leader: Labour Party Leadership Elections from Wilson to Brown
T Heppell
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010
Toxic leadership: Applying the Lipman-Blumen model to political leadership
T Heppell
Representation 47 (3), 241-249, 2011
Cameron and the Conservatives
D Seawright
Palgrave Macmillan., 2012
Conservatism and feminism: the case of the British Conservative Party
V Bryson, T Heppell
Journal of Political Ideologies 15 (1), 31-50, 2010
Transcending Thatcherism? Ideology and the conservative party leadership mandate of David Cameron
T Heppell, M Hill
The Political Quarterly 80 (3), 388-399, 2009
The United Kingdom referendum on European Union membership: The voting of conservative parliamentarians
T Heppell, A Crines, D Jeffery
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 55 (4), 762-778, 2017
The Conservative Party leadership election of 1997: An analysis of the voting motivations of Conservative parliamentarians
T Heppell, M Hill
British Politics 3 (1), 63-91, 2008
‘We will not balance the books on the backs of the poorest people in the world’: Understanding Conservative Party Strategy on International Aid
T Heppell, S Lightfoot
The Political Quarterly 83 (1), 130-138, 2012
The political rhetoric and oratory of Margaret Thatcher
AS Crines, T Heppell, P Dorey
Springer, 2016
The quiet man of British politics: The rise, fall and significance of Iain Duncan Smith
R Hayton, T Heppell
Parliamentary Affairs 63 (3), 425-445, 2010
Leaders of the opposition: From Churchill to Cameron
T Heppell
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
The voting motivations of Conservative parliamentarians in the Conservative party leadership election of 2001
T Heppell, M Hill
Politics 30 (1), 36-51, 2010
The degenerative tendencies of long-serving governments… 1963… 1996… 2008?
T Heppell
Parliamentary Affairs 61 (4), 578-596, 2008
The British Labour Party and leadership election mandate (s) of Jeremy Corbyn: Patterns of opinion and opposition within the parliamentary Labour Party
AS Crines, D Jeffery, T Heppell
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (3), 361-379, 2018
Ideological typologies of contemporary British conservatism
T Heppell, M Hill
Political Studies Review 3 (3), 335-355, 2005
Ideological alignments within the parliamentary Labour Party and the leadership election of 1976
T Heppell, A Crines, R Nicholls
British Politics 5 (1), 65-91, 2010
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