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

How the Irish abortion referendum unfolded
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Classic Liberalism

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The classical liberal school of thought is opposed to an expansion in the role of the state. 

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Classic Liberalism
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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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How realistic is it for a new centrist political party to emerge in Britain? Two leading journalists from the FT consider the likelihood of such a development - would a...

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The case for a new centrist political party in Britain

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
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Here is another quite superb lecture on political parties from Professor Vernon Bogdanor. In this lecture from February 2018 he discusses the history of the British Labour Party.

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The Labour Party - Professor Vernon Bogdanor
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I'm not sure there is much that a professional photographer could do for me (photoshop is another matter, of course). However, users of dating apps are increasingly turning to professional...

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Spotting a Business Opportunity in the Dating Market
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A thought-provoking piece here from Times columnist David Aaronovitch who argues that the majority in support of Brexit will be reduced to zero as older voters are dying and new...

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The Death of Brexit - as Brexiteers Pass On?
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A concise two-minute video here from the Economist summarising the highlights (or lowlights) of the Trump presidency during 2017. 

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Trump's First Year - the Economist

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Our good friend Professor Vernon Bognador on fine form again in a special lecture to mark the first anniversary of Trump's election win. A perfect primer for US politics students.

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The 2016 US Presidential Election - One Year On
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Will towns rather than cities shape the result of the next General Election? Sky News visits Wigan where many in the local community feel marginalised in economic and political life.

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Inside Britain's 'left behind' towns
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Unmissable for Politics students and teachers? This is the first of a series of lectures on Britain's political parties from Professor Vernon Bogdanor.

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The Conservative Party - Professor Vernon Bogdanor
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This short video from BBC News provides a concise and useful historical background to the dispute between Spain and the separatist government in Catalonia.

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Spain or Catalonia? The Historical Context for the Independence Battle

This six minute video from the excellent VOX team provides a concise history of the Democratic Party - very useful context for all students of US politics.

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A Short History of the Democratic Party (US)
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It has taken too long, but at last there is to be a statue of a famous woman from our political history in Parliament Square.

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At Last - A Statue of a Woman in Parliament Square
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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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Influence of the Media - the Growing Power of Memes
19th September 2017

Executive Orders - Explained

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

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Executive Orders - Explained

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