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Topical reading essential for exam success.
- Review all the key developments in UK politics from the last year, with expert analysis you can draw on both throughout your course and in the exams
- Go beyond your textbooks to build a bank of up-to-date examples and data, helping you develop knowledgeable and persuasive arguments
- Know how to hit the highest grades with guidance from experienced teachers and authors, Neil McNaughton and Eric Magee
Chapter 1: The 2017 general election: an earthquake or just a tremor?
Chapter 2: After the 2017 general election: governing without a majority
Chapter 3: City and regional mayors: how much power do they really have?
Chapter 4: The Central Executive: what happened to collective responsibility?
Chapter 5: Pluralism: Does social media enhance or threaten democracy?
Chapter 6: The Supreme Court: is it too powerful?
Chapter 7: Pressure groups: three contemporary case studies (the Fawcett Society, the Taxpayers' Alliance, UK Finance)
Chapter 8: Time for a British Bill of Rights?
Chapter 9: European Union: what are the key issues for Brexit?
Chapter 10: Scotland: is nationalism in terminal decline?