General Elections often mark times of great change. With the next General Election coming up, it is interesting to see what different political parties are promising to do if elected. Here are some analyses of how the different political parties’ …

What’s being promised in the General Election 2024 Read more »

Join me for a jaunt down memory lane back to the days when you were taking your first steps and I was already feeling old. I’ve found a website that recaptures the feel and content of the last vestiges of the early web, which made me reflect on how we got from there to where we are now. The journey turns out to tell the half-forgotten and twisted tale of the rise of the dangerous loner from the dark alleys of the early internet to political centre stage.

On the other hand, if all you want is to take a gander at early 2000s websites, I promise you will not be disappointed. One thing is for certain: you will never It’s clearly a labour of love and well worth a look. I promise you one thing: you will never feel badly again about the design of any website you create after seeing what people proudly put their names to 20 years ago!

Learn directly from the experts from ProQuest how to trace the development of British politics from the 17th century onwards and explore the vast tracts of magazines and periodicals from nineteenth century penny dreadfuls to richly illustrated family magazines, temperance campaigns, political satire and twentieth century popular journalism. This webinar will have something of interest for everyone from history, politics and social science students through to journalists, typographers, and layout designers interested in the history of their arts.