Fully revised and updated third edition of a popular, established textbook, providing a definitive introduction to Britain's politics, political institutions and processes. Comprehensively re-worked and re-structured to better align with courses, this new edition places great emphasis on the changing context of British politics while addressing key themes such as the ongoing importance of gender and ethnicity to political and social life in Britain. Furthermore, the book's familiar authoritative style has been retained with a fresh look and revitalized pedagogical features to provide a complete learning package.The book is designed for courses on or related to British Politics. Its accessible style and context-setting Part 1 will make it ideal for students new to the field (particularly those who haven't studied the subject at school level or international students), but its rigour will stimulate and engage more experienced students.
Simon Griffiths is a Senior Lecturer in Politics, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.
Robert Leach is a Visiting Reader at Leeds Beckett University, UK.
Previous editions of this book were written by Bill Coxall and Lynton Robins.British Politics, third edition, is the latest expression of the original work by Bill Coxall and Lynton Robins.