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Does the more frequent use of a referendum enhance or undermine the functioning of a parliamentary democracy? This new note from the Parliament Research department provides some excellent historical background...

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Referendums and Parliamentary Democracy

Under current legislation, a person must be 18 or over to vote in elections to the UK Parliament. This note from the House of Commons Parliament Research department gives details of...

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Calls for reduction in the voting age to 16

Join us for the enrichment CPD event of 2018 for all A Level Politics teachers. An opportunity to sit back, relax and reinvigorate your subject expertise and passion. Not to be...

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Politics Teacher National Conference 2018

LSEUPR is pleased to announce its 2018 essay competition is now open and accepting submissions from all incoming and outgoing year 12 & 13 students. Are you interested in politics, current affairs or...

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LSE Sixth Form Political Review Essay Competition 2019

It's been a pretty light week for politics news in the UK. Still, here's the quiz. Good luck!

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A Week Is A Long Time - UK Politics Quiz 11 July 2018

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One to add to the study notes on the use of referenda to shape significant changes in public policy

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How the Irish abortion referendum unfolded

Here is the link for the Guardian's 2019 league table rankings for university politics departments and courses. As always - look carefully at the methodology used to assess the institutions.

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University Guide 2019: Rankings for Politics

What is the primary role of the House of Lords? Is it essentially to scrutinise legislation and amend it as Lords see fit? Ros Altman takes on Bill Cash in...

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Is the House of Lords 'thwarting Brexit'?

The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd has resigned from the government in the wake of claims that she misled the House of Commons over targets for forced deportation. Amber Rudd was...

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Ministerial Responsibility: Amber Rudd resigns

What might the political furore over the Windrush Generation tell us about the conventions of Ministerial Responsibility. David Lammy doesn't hold back here.

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The Windrush Scandal and Ministerial Responsibility

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