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2013

Heffernan, Richard (2013). There's no need for the '-ization': the prime minister is merely prime ministerial. Parliamentary Affairs, 66(3) pp. 636–645.

Heffernan, Richard (2013). UK party leaders are ‘preeminent’, but can also be ‘predominant’: Cameron and the Conservatives, 2005–2010. British Politics (In press).

2012

Bennister, Mark and Heffernan, Richard (2012). Cameron as Prime Minister: the intra-executive politics of Britain's coalition government. Parliamentary Affairs, 65(4) pp. 778–801.

2011

Heffernan, Richard (2011). Interest groups and interest representation in UK politics. In: Heffernan, Richard and Thompson, Grahame eds. Politics and Power in the UK (Third Edition). Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University, pp. 105–128.

Heffernan, Richard (2011). Pressure group politics. In: Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. Developments in British Politics 9 (9th ed.). London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 174–194.

Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. (2011). Developments in British Politics 9. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan .

Heffernan, Richard (2011). Labour’s New Labour legacy: politics after Brown and Blair. Political Studies Review, 9(2) pp. 163–177.

Heffernan, Richard and Thompson, Grahame eds. (2011). Politics and Power in the UK (3rd ed.). Power, Dissent, Equality: Understanding Contemporary Politics. Milton Keynes: Open University.

2009

Heffernan, Richard (2009). The continuing shadow of the Thatcher governments. British Politics Review, 4(1) pp. 8–9.

Heffernan, Richard (2009). British Political Parties. In: Flinders, Matthew; Gamble, Andrew; Hay, Colin and Kenny, Michael eds. The Oxford Handbook of British Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 441–461.

2008

Heffernan, Richard (2008). Leading a party is not the same as leading a country. Parliamentary Brief

Heffernan, Richard (2008). Perhaps, Over to You, Mr Cameron? Political Studies Review, 6(3) pp. 285–296.

2007

Heffernan, Richard and Webb, Paul (2007). The British Prime Minister: much more than 'First Among Equals'. In: Poguntke , Thomas and Webb, Paul eds. The Presidentialization of Politics: A Comparative Study of Modern Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 26–62.

Heffernan, Richard (2007). Tony Blair as Labour Party leader. In: Seldon, Anthony ed. Blair's Britain, 1997–2007. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Heffernan, Richard and Webb, Paul (2007). The British Prime Minister: More Than First Among Equals. In: Poguntke, Thomas and Webb, Paul eds. The Presidentialization of Politics: A Comparative Study of Modern Democracies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

2006

Heffernan, Richard (2006). The Blair Style of Central Government. In: Dunleavy, Patrick; Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. Developments in British Politics 8. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dunleavy, Patrick; Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. (2006). Developments in British Politics 8. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Heffernan, Richard (2006). The Prime Minister and the News Media: Political Communication as a Leadership Resource. Parliamentary Affairs, 59(4) pp. 582–598.

2005

Heffernan, Richard (2005). Exploring (and explaining) the British Prime Minister. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 7(4) pp. 605–620.

Heffernan, Richard (2005). UK Privatization revisited: ideas and policy change, 1979-92. Political Quarterly, 76(2) pp. 264–272.

Heffernan, Richard (2005). Why the Prime Minister cannot be a President: Comparing Institutional Imperatives in Britain and America. Parliamentary Affairs, 58(1) pp. 53–70.

2003

Heffernan, Richard (2003). Prime ministerial predominance?: Core executive politics in the UK. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 5(3) pp. 347–372.

Chadwick, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard eds. (2003). The New Labour Reader. UK: Polity Press.

Heffernan, Richard (2003). Political Parties and the Party System. In: Dunleavy, Patrick; Gamble, Andrew; Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gillian eds. Developments in British Politics, Volume 7. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dunleavy, Patrick; Gamble, Andrew; Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gillian eds. (2003). Developments in British Politics. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Heffernan, Richard (2003). The New Labour Phenomenon. In: Chadwick, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard eds. The New Labour Reader. UK: Polity Press.

2002

Heffernan, Richard (2002). 'The Possible as the art of politics': understanding consensus politics. Political Studies, 50(4) pp. 742–760.

2001

Heffernan, Richard (2001). Beyond Euro-scepticism: Exploring the Europeanisation of the Labour Party since 1983. Political Quarterly, 72(2) pp. 180–190.

2000

Heffernan, Richard (2000). Leaders and followers: the politics of the parliamentary Labour party. In: Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 246–267.

Heffernan, Richard (2000). Beyond Euro-Scepticism? Labour and the European Union since 1945. In: Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 383–401.

Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard (2000). Introduction. In: Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Macmillan Press Ltd, pp. 1–8.

Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. (2000). The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Macmillan Press Ltd.

Heffernan, Richard (2000). New Labour and Thatcherism: Political Change in Britain. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan.

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