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How to reference Britpolitics content

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Britpolitics was launched in 2013 so if you're using the Harvard system then an example would look like the one below. If you need to know more about referencing take a look at the Harvard Referencing Generator page (external link)

  • Britpolitics. 2013. Causes of the English Civil War. [ONLINE] Available at: http://britpolitics.co.uk/causes-of-the-civil-war. [Accessed 14 November 2016].

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