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Are you studying British Politics at an advanced level or as part of a degree course? If you are, this section of our website is designed specifically to help you. 

Our experienced academic adviser Dr Ed Gouge takes you through the core subjects such as political parties, the constitution, the media and parliament. He combines examples with theories and references useful places for further information. All of the core information can be found in one place and is free to use.

We're sure you will find these pages helpful whether you are studying in Britain or learning about our institutions from overseas. 

We have plans to expand our range of specialised subjects in the future. 

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Extra Features to help you study 

  • Political speeches made by key figures from British politics and the UK Monarchy
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