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Saggar, S (2019) '‘Just three Skittles in a bowl will kill you. Would you take a handful?’ Evidence, public policy and Islamist-inspired violent extremism.' Patterns of Prejudice, 53 (2). 178 - 199. ISSN 0031-322X

Saggar, S (2015) 'The Conservative breakthrough.' Demos Quarterly, 7.

Saggar, S (2014) 'Is frictionless migration possible?' Demos Quarterly, 3.

Saggar, S (2013) 'Bending without breaking the mould: Race and political representation in the United Kingdom.' Patterns of Prejudice, 47 (1). 69 - 93. ISSN 0031-322X

Book Section

Saggar, S (2015) 'British Citizens like Any Others? Ethnic Minorities and Elections in the United Kingdom.' In: Bilodeau, A, (ed.) Just Ordinary Citizens?: Towards a Comparative Portrait of the Political Immigrant. University of Toronto Press.

Saggar, S (2015) 'Ethnic minorities and political parties: challenges and dilemmas.' In: Khan, O and Sveinsson, K, (eds.) Race and Elections. Runnymede Trust. ISBN 978-1-909546-08-0

Saggar, S (2014) 'London as a migration city in the context of UK politics.' In: Kochan, B, (ed.) Migration and London?s growth: final report of LSE London?s HEIF 5 project on Migra tion and the Transformation of London. LSE London, 167 - 182. ISBN 9781909890114

Saggar, S (2014) 'Tough at the Top: the glass ceiling problem.' In: Goodhart, D, (ed.) Mapping Integration. Demos, 49 - 56. ISBN 978 1 909037 56 4

Monograph

Saggar, S and Eckhardt, T (2014) Equality 2.0 - complementary and alternative paths to equality - final report: the final report to GEO by an ESRC/GEO Knowledge Exchange Fellowship examining behaviour change insights to improve equalities policy outcomes. UNSPECIFIED. Department for Culture, Media and Sport, London.

Saggar, S and Somerville, W and Ford, R and Sobolewska, M (2012) The impacts of migration on social cohesion and integration: final report to the Migration Advisory Committee, January 2012. UNSPECIFIED. Migration Advisory Committee, London.

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