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Edexcel AS Government & Politics Course Companions

Fully up to date following the 2015 General Election. 4th Edition (2016)

This engaging student-friendly companion covers the whole of the specification order, giving students comprehensive study support in the classroom and at home.

Supporting your students has never been so EASY!

  • Each section contains clear step-by-step topic analysis and explanation – great for breaking down key events, ideas and theories into manageable chunks
  • A variety of up-to-date case study examples help to bring the theory to life!
  • Supported by exam questions with model answers highlighting the examination level required – perfect exam practice, throughout the course
  • You can always find answers to every exam question in the pack – makes marking and student self-assessment that little bit easier!
4th Edition 2016 Unit 1 includes:
  1. Fully revised with updated facts, figures including the 2015 General Election and 2014 MEP Elections
  2. Fresh analysis on key issues in the UK and Europe – including the Scottish Referendum, austerity politics, and Labour, from Miliband to Corbyn
4th Edition 2016 Unit 2 includes:
  1. The mayoral elections and referendums, police crime commissioners, and the impact of the EU from 2011–2016
  2. More on devolution, not only in Scotland but the proposal of 'English votes for English laws'
  3. Proposed changes to the constitution including House of Lords reform, MP select committees and the Boundary Commission
  4. New thinking on replacing the Human Rights Act with a British 'Bill of Rights'.

Customer feedback on our previous companions

"Excellent, detailed, interesting...What would I say to a colleague to persuade them to use this resource? - It's brilliant!"
L Granger, Head of Politics, Feltham Community College

"it provides a good, structured backbone for learning..."
A Little, Head of Politics, Notre Dame High School