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BRIT POLITICS NEWS RELEASE: 250,000 people visit our site in 2015

 

Now 2015 was quite a unique year in politics. 

First it was a General Election year and David Cameron's Conservative Party were returned to government with a majority and the Scottish Nationalists practically swept the board in Scotland. This marked the end of the ConDem coalition as it was sometimes labelled and nearly the end of some of the polling companies who's predictions proved to be bestselling fiction. Following the resignation of Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and very briefly Nigel Farage the major parties looked for new leaders. 

Later on in the year we saw the election, a against all the odds, of Jeremy Corbyn as Leader of the Labour Party and Tim Farron took over for the Liberal Democrats. One of the biggest outcomes of the election was... no not the return of Boris Johnson to parliament, but the promise of an In/Out Referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union. This will dominate UK politics in 2016.

As for www.britpolitics.co.uk, in our second year we saw a huge increase in the number of unique visitors i.e. people visiting our site from around the world. In fact our numbers rose from 100,000 in our first year to over 250,000 in our second. Our statistics also tell us that there were close to 400,000 page views on the site. Thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this happen.

We're looking forward to a busy 2016 in the world of politics and will continue to add interesting content and helpful study aides wherever we can. 

If you ever have any suggestions get in touch with me at lorraine@britpolitics.co.uk  

Best wishes from the Editor.

 

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