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In-text: (Allen and Birch, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Allen, N. and Birch, S., 2011. Political Conduct and Misconduct: Probing Public Opinion. Parliamentary Affairs, 64(1), pp.61-81.
In-text: (Allen, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Allen, N., 2011. Dishonourable members? Exploring patterns of misconduct in the contemporary House of Commons. British Politics, 6(2), pp.210-240.
In-text: (Flinders, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Flinders, M., 2012. The demonisation of politicians: moral panics, folk devils and MPs’ expenses. Contemporary Politics, 18(1), pp.1-17.
In-text: (KELSO, 2009)
Your Bibliography: KELSO, A., 2009. Parliament on its Knees: MPs' Expenses and the Crisis of Transparency at Westminster. Political Quarterly, 80(3), pp.329-338.
In-text: (Lowndes, Marsh, Stoker and Sanders, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Lowndes, V., Marsh, D., Stoker, G. and Sanders, D., n.d. Theory and methods in political science. pp.39-53.
In-text: (Pattie and Johnston, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Pattie, C. and Johnston, R., 2012. The Electoral Impact of the UK 2009 MPs' Expenses Scandal. Political Studies, 60(4), pp.730-750.
In-text: (Praino, Stockemer and Moscardelli, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Praino, R., Stockemer, D. and Moscardelli, V., 2013. The Lingering Effect of Scandals in Congressional Elections: Incumbents, Challengers, and Voters. Social Science Quarterly, 94(4), pp.1045-1061.
In-text: (Washington, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Washington, L., 2014. Political scandals. UPA.
In-text: (Williams, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Williams, M., 2016. After the duck house ... where MPs' expenses went next. The Guardian, [online] Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/may/17/mps-expenses-martin-williams-parliament-ltd> [Accessed 5 January 2021].
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