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Become a BRIT POLITICS Writer | May Elections & EU Referendum

 

Are you keen to write about the big political events over the next few months? If so, we are looking for writers to provide short pieces for us.

BRIT POLITICS is a fast-growing educational, news and analysis site all about British politics and political history. We provide free learning tools right up to university level for anyone interested in these fascinating subjects.

Successful candidates will be asked to submit one article in a non-academic natural style of approx. 750 words. Candidates will receive £50 once the article has been signed-off and published.

Subject areas:

We are looking for contributions on the range of elections planned for May and the EU referendum in June. You may wish to analyse particular candidates, policy areas or campaigns. Or perhaps you would like to use your article to predict the result and what it may mean for a political party, party leader or the UK?

Please select one subject area from the list below for your application: 

  1. Scottish Parliament Elections
  2. National Assembly for Wales Elections
  3. Northern Ireland Assembly Elections
  4. Police & Crime Commissioners Elections
  5. Local elections in England
  6. London Mayor and Assembly Elections
  7. The EU Referendum

This is a great opportunity to enhance your CV and no previous experience is required. We have an active social media profile and will promote your work.

Closing Date:

Any email needs to reach us by 5:00pm on 21st March

Start Dates

We will acknowledge all applicants and provide feedback shortly after the deadline. Some successful candidates may need to provide articles no later than 16th April. A longer deadline may be suitable for articles on the European Referendum set for 23rd June.

How to apply

Interested? Please email the editor at lorraine@britpolitics.co.uk with a few lines about you, the subject area chosen and a brief outline of the points you would make to get a flavour of any future article.


 

 

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