Written by experienced teachers and edited by an acknowledged expert in the field of UK politics, this is the book you need if you are aiming for the highest grades at AS.
- Reviews all the key events and developments in UK politics that you need to know- Up-to-date examples and data to help you present knowledgeable and persuasive arguments- Written by experienced authors who know what you need to know to get your top grades- The perfect update for your textbook, bringing you right up to date with all the topical material you need to achieve your best in your exams
Chapter 1: 2012 election roundup: mid-term blues?
Chapter 2: Political parties: is there a case for state funding?
Chapter 3: Coalition economic policy: austerity versus growth?
Chapter 4: Elected mayors: laboratories for democracy?
Chapter 5: Prime Minister Miliband: no longer an absurd idea?
Chapter 6: David Cameron: verdict at mid-term?
Chapter 7: The coalition cabinet: is it quad government?
Chapter 8: The House of Lords: why is it so difficult to reform?
Chapter 9: Freedom of information: is it under threat?
Chapter 10: Briefings
Neil McNaughton is former Head of Politics at University College School, London. He writes for Politics Review and his books include Edexcel Government & Politics for AS (3rd edition), Edexcel AS Government & Politics Unit 2 Student Unit Guide and Edexcel AS UK Government & Politics My Revision Notes .
Paul Fairclough is Deputy Head at Casterton School. He is a regular contributor to Politics Review and author of titles published by Philip Allan, including, as co-author with Philip Lynch, the best-selling textbook AS UK Government & Politics (3rd edition).
Eric Magee is the editor of Politics Review and consultant editor of politics titles for Philip Allan. He is also editor of the best-selling textbook UK Government & Politics (3rd edition) published by Philip Allan.