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Princess Diana Memorial, Althorp House -  Mr Michael Hill

Winsdor Castle - Mr Michael Hill 

Tower of London Poppy Scenes - Mr Michael Hill

  • The following images are from Flickr under the Creative Commons-licensed content for commercial use

The Queen - Michael Gwyther-Jones

David Cameron - DFID - UK Department for International Development

Nick Clegg - Riots Panel

David Miliband - Riots Panel

The Royal Courts of Justice - Ronnie Macdonald

Royal Wedding Balcony - Comrade Foot

Royal Wedding Crowd - Garry Knight

The English Civil War - Tim Sheerman-Chase

The English Civil War - Colin Howley

Charles I - Lisby

Henry VIII - Lisby

Magna Carta - Eric Chan

Queen Victoria - BiblioArchives - LibraryArchives

George IV - BiblioArchives - LibraryArchives

Alfred the Great - Elliott Brown

King John - Liam Moloney

Elliott Brown - The War of the Roses

Charles II - Lisby 1

Lady Jane Grey - Lisby 1

William I - Lisby 1

Elizabeth I - Lisby

Anne Boleyn - Lisby

Edward VI - Lisby

Richard III - Lisby

Oliver Cromwell - Lisby 1

Henry VII - Lisby 1

Henry VII - Lisby 1

George IV - Elliott Brown

Edward VIII - Dr Ghulam Nabi Kazi

The War of the Roses - Mark Crossfield

Alfred the great - Skara kommun

Magna Carta - James Joel

Richard I - Yuval Y

Prince Charles - Dan Marsh

Prince Harry - DVIDSHUB

William and Kate - UK_repsome

Money - Chris Isherwood

Kate and George - Christopher Neve

Parliament and Commonwealth Flags - Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Polling Station Sign - AdamKR

Polling Station Sign - Paul Wilkinson

Vote Count - AdamKR

Trade Union Pictures - [Duncan]

Vote Spray Paint - Newtown grafitt

Pressure Groups - robertsharp

Tony Blair - Center for American Progress

Tony Blair - Nicki Dugan

Millie Fawcett - Simon Harriyott

Emmeline Pankhurst - Jim Linwood

Parliament Black and White Historic Photograph - Leonard Bentley

David Cameron - Number 10

David Cameron - Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Sir Robert Walpole - Skara kommun

10 Downing Street - UK Ministry of Defence

George Osbourne - DFID - UK Department for International Development

Home Office - Steph Gray

Sir Winston Churchill - Harwich & Dovercourt

Margaret Thatcher- Highways Agency

Ballot Box - DEMOSH

Map of Europe - breki74

British Soldiers - UK Ministry of Defence

Margaret Thatcher- jay galvin

Franz Ferdinand Memorial - Marcel Oosterwijk

Thomas Hobbes - Skara kommun

Edmund Burke - Anders Sandberg

John Locke - Skara kommun

Adam Smith - Seth Anderson

Inside the House of Commons - U.S. Embassy London

University Lecture Room - Frédéric BISSON

Post War Conference- enric archivell

Newspapers - faungg's photo

Rosette - James West 

The following images are from www.gov.uk

Former Prime Ministers - www.gov.uk

The Cabinet - www.gov.uk

Content

Monarchy - Kings and Queens

Every effort has been made to only use material available under the Open Government Licence or factual information in the public domain about Queen Victoria.

Nare, Edward, Memoirs of the life and administration of the Right Honourable William Cecil, Lord Burghley. Volume I, Saunders and Otley, 1828

Nare, Edward, Memoirs of the life and administration of the Right Honourable William Cecil, Lord Burghley. Volume III, Colburn and Bentley, 1830 and Volume III, 18:31

Wood, William Charles Henry, Elizabethan Sea-Dogs: A Chronicle of Drake and His Companions. Yale University Press, 1918

Nationalarchives.gov.uk

Parliament.uk

Royal.gov.uk

Today's Royal Family

Every effort has been made to only use material available under the Open Government Licence or factual information in the public domain. This includes avoiding information that is not from the official website of the British Monarchy i.e. personal websites of Members of the Royal Family. 

Our Democratic Processes and Its All About Voting

Nationalarchives.gov.uk

Gov.uk

Parliament.uk

Millicent Garrett Fawcett, Women's Suffrage: A Short History of a Great Movement, London, 1912

Millicent Garrett Fawcett, The Women's Victory and After: Personal Reminiscences, 1911- 1918. Sidgwick, 1920

Millicent Garrett Fawcett, What I Remember, Putnams, New York, 1925

Emmeline Pankhurst, My Own History, London, 1914

E. Sylvia Pankhurst, The Sufragette. The History of the Women's Militant Suffrage Movement 1905-1910. New York Sturgis and Walton, 1911

Making laws in Parliament

Information taken from parliament.uk and material available under the Open Government Licence 

About Political Parties

Our critique of the Labour Party references material from their official history section. This can be found at the official Labour Party website 
 
Our critique of the Liberal Democrat's references materials from their official site. This can be found at the official Liberal Democrats Website

British Political History

Parliament.uk

Nationalarchives.gov.uk

Samuel. R. Gardiner, The Constitutional Documents of the Puritan Revolution. 1625-1660, 3rd edition 1906, Oxford University Press

Samuel. R. Gardiner, History of England from the Accession of James I to the Outbreak of the Civil War 1603 – 1642 vol. viii, Longmans 1896

Samuel. R. Gardiner, History of England from the Accession of James I to the Outbreak of the Civil War 1603 – 1642 Vol. iv, Longmans 1884

Samuel. R. Gardiner, History of England from the Accession of James I to the Outbreak of the Civil War 1603 – 1642, vol. X ,Longmans 1891

E Warburton, Memoirs of Prince Rupert and the Cavaliers Vol. II, London 1849]

C. H. Firth. The Last Years of the Protectorate, 1656-1658, vol.i Longmans, 1909

S. R. Gardiner, History of the Commonwealth and Protectorate 1649-1660, vol. iii, Longmans 1901

S. R. Gardiner, Oliver Cromwell, Longmans, 1901

S. R. Gardiner, The History of the Commonwealth and Protectorate 1649-1656, Vol. iv, Longmans, 1903

S. R. Gardiner, The Constitutional Documents of the Puritan Revolution. 1625-1660, 3rd edition 1906, Oxford University Press

How Political Thinking Shapes Britain

Original work by BRITOLOGY Ltd critiquing political theorists. Where works have been cited they have been referenced in the text.

Scott's Blog

Liberal Democrat Leader Nick Clegg's Conference Speech - Image by John_brigden_and_nick_clegg.jpg: Tyh8 uipd derivative work: Maximus0970 (John_brigden_and_nick_clegg.jpg) [CC-BY-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

University Study Portal

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