Tim Bale and the Polarisation of Brexit

Tim Bale goes through the evidence of an ever-growing polarisation between the Labour Party and the Conservatives when it comes to European affairs. 
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Tim Bale

Tim Bale is professor of politics at Queen Mary, University of London. His main research interests are in the fields of British, European and Comparative politics, especially in relation to centre-right and conservative politics. He was the founding convenor of the Political Studies Association specialist group on Conservatives and Conservatism, which brings together leading scholars with an academic interest in this area.

Bale graduated from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. After teaching English in Spain, he did a Masters Degree at Northwestern University in the USA. Following a few years spent working for the NHS, he returned to do a PhD at the Department of Politics at Sheffield University.

Tim Bale

Tim Bale is professor of politics at Queen Mary, University of London. He was the founding convenor of the Political Studies Association specialist group on Conservatives and Conservatism, which brings together leading scholars with an academic interest in this area.

Bale graduated from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. After teaching English in Spain, he did a Masters Degree at Northwestern University in the USA. Following a few years spent working for the NHS, he returned to do a PhD at the Department of Politics at Sheffield University.