Federalism in A Level Politics: A Comparison to Devolution
Federalism and devolution are two distinct systems of governance that have been adopted by the United States and the United Kingdom, respectively. […]
Let’s talk about Recall Petitions: accountability and transparency
Recall petitions have been discussed a lot in UK politics in recent months due to several scandals. Boris Johnson, Margaret Ferrier, Chris […]
Pressure Groups in A Level Politics – definition, types and examples
What are pressure groups? In the dynamic landscape of UK politics, various groups look to influence decision-making and policy formulation. One of […]
A Level Politics Grade Boundaries: analysis and trends
This article has been updated to include the 2023 A Level Politics Grade Boundaries. Are you looking for the A Level Politics […]
Conservatism in A Level Politics: traditional, one nation and new right explained
What is Conservatism? As part of the A Level Politics course, students are required to know about three core political ideologies: conservative, […]
What are the schools of thought of realism and liberalism?
In A Level Politics, we explore many political theories, from conservatism to nationalism to feminism. However, when discussing global politics, we also […]
What does the Russo-Ukraine crisis mean for global politics?
The Russo-Ukraine crisis of 2022 has escalated quickly, with the recognition of two breakaway regions of Ukraine by Russia followed by a […]
Should Humanitarian Intervention be used in Afghanistan?
You’ll have probably seen on the news recently the unfolding situation in Afghanistan. As a result of Western withdrawal from the country, […]
The COVID-19 lockdown and devolution: what’s happening?
Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the UK, has recently announced measures to ease the lockdown as a result of COVID-19. There has […]