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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.

The Labour Party - Professor Vernon Bogdanor

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

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

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

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

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)

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

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

This teaching resource pack provides a cost-effective alternative to expensive textbooks. It covers everything students need to cover in Edexcel A Level Politics Component 1 on Conservatism (Core Political Ideas).

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Edexcel A Level Politics Resource Pack - Political Ideas: Conservatism
19th September 2017

Executive Orders - Explained


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

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Executive Orders - Explained

A useful discussion here from the FT team exploring the importance of "authenticity" in determining the suitability of politicians to hold leadership roles.

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How Important is Authenticity in a Political Leader?

The populist Alternative for Germany (AFD) party looks set to enter the Bundestag for the first time in Germany's national elections at the end of September 2017.

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Inside Germany's Right-Wing Politics

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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A Brief History of the Conservative Party from Dan Snow

A useful context piece here for students taking the global politics option. Many may not be aware that Japan's constitution states that it is a pacifist country. However, North Korea's...

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Pacifist Japan Tested by North Korea

Gabriel Gatehouse from BBC Newsnight visits Tombstone in Arizona to discover the battle within the Republican Party that is raging in Arizona, where the Mexican Wall is more than a...

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Trump's Wall and the Battle for the Republican Party

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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Race and Rights in Contemporary US Politics - The Fight Over Confederate Statues

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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Explained: How the USA Became a Superpower in 200 Years

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