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Fascinating statistics to quote on this topic area

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What should Keir Starmer's stance be on Brexit as the next General Election comes into view and the Labour Party enjoy significant leads in opinion polls?

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The extraordinary events of the last month have provided yet another example of perhaps the most striking feature of UK politics over the last six years: the eroding power Westminster governments...

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7th January 2021

The real PMQs

In one of our online lessons this week we have been examining the effectiveness of the UK Parliament in carrying out its role as a check on the executive, emphasising the massive importance of the...

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The June 2017 General Election in the UK and the 2016 US Presidential Election demonstrated the growing use and influence of memes on political discussion and engagement.

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A super 4 minute new TED video here explains the use of Executive Orders.

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This short video from historian Dan Snow provides a useful summary of the development of the Conservative Party up to 2015.

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There are more than 700 monuments to the Confederacy across the US and in many cities they are starting to take them down.

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A terrific video here that explains the key stages in the development of the USA as a "superpower". Ideal for students covering topic 4.2 in Edexcel's Global Politics option.

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A very useful lesson resource here for global politics.

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A useful short video introduction here from the New York Times explaining the leadership style of Kim Jong-un.

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Many students will be looking at the torrent of executive orders flowing from the pen of the newly-installed President. This FT video explains what they are how they have been used in US political...

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In the last instalment of the Electoral System series we have the Additional Member System.

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Up next in our Electoral Systems series is the Single Transferable vote.

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Next in the Electoral Systems series is that of the Alternative Vote. This is the electoral system that Britain held a referendum on in 2011.

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It is getting to that time of year, when students of A Level Politics begin to look at Electoral Systems. So to help you along here is a nice video explaining first past the post as an electoral...

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Here is a new short video from the Financial Times explaining how the United States elects its president.

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We'll all be hearing much about "Article 50" over the coming days and weeks as various leadership campaigns are played out. But what is "Article 50"?

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If you're in need a quick recap of the key parts of American Politics then look no further. These videos created by Youtuber Es_Einsteinium who has taken a break from science to dabble in Political...

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