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UK Government & Politics Annual Update By Paul E. Fairclough

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UK Government & Politics Annual Update: 2012 by Paul E. Fairclough

Featuring information and analysis of recent events in UK politics, this book provides you with topical material to draw on for tasks throughout your course, and for answering examination questions. Written by experienced teachers and examiners, and edited by an acknowledged expert in the field of UK politics, this is the book you need if you are aiming for the highest grades at AS.

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About Paul E. Fairclough

Neil McNaughton is an AS Principal Examiner and former Head of Politics at University College School, London. He writes for Politics Review and his books include Edexcel Government & Politics for AS (3rd edition), Edexcel AS Government & Politics Unit 2 Student Unit Guide and Edexcel AS UK Government & Politics My Revision Notes. Paul Fairclough is an AS Principal Examiner and Deputy Head at Casterton School. He is a regular contributor to Politics Review and author of titles published by Philip Allan, including, as co-author with Philip Lynch, the best-selling textbook AS UK Government & Politics (3rd edition). Eric Magee is the editor of Politics Review and consultant editor of politics titles for Philip Allan. He is also editor of the best-selling textbook UK Government & Politics (3rd edition) published by Philip Allan.

Table of Contents

1 2011 elections: who won, who lost, and why? 2 The AV referendum: is FPTP here to stay? 3 Coalition government: is it working? 4 Ed Miliband: a new direction for Labour? 5 Pressure groups: how democratic is direct action and mass protest? 6 The Big Society: what does it mean? 7 The House of Commons: a return to backbench influence? 8 Lords reform: what next? 9 A new UK Bill of Rights: a pointless exercise? 10 Briefings Who's who in UK government and politics?

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UK Government & Politics Annual Update: 2012 by Paul E. Fairclough
Paul E. Fairclough
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