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In this recording of our recent revision webinar we look at why maintaining financial stability has become increasingly important for UK policy-makers in the aftermath of the Great Recession that...

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Financial Economics: Financial Stability in the UK Economy (Revision Webinar)

As with other forms of culture, the Nazis controlled literature. They wanted to have books which would support the ideals of the party, emphasised the successes of Germany and the...

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Literature in Nazi Germany

Music was as with other forms of culture controlled heavily. The Nazis banned some forms of music entirely and promoted other forms of music as they were seen as German...

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Music and Film in Nazi Germany

The Nazis used buildings to emphasise their power over Germany. Like much of their cultural control they disapproved of modern buildings that had been constructed in the Weimar Republic. The...

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Architecture in Nazi Germany

The Nazis believed that many of the cultural revolutions that had occurred during the Weimar Republic were wrong and immoral. As such they placed great importance on culture which supported...

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Culture in Nazi Germany

Prior to the Nazis coming to power in Germany, the 1936 Olympics had been awarded to Berlin. After the Nazis came to power, Hitler wanted to use the 1936 Olympics as a...

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The Berlin Olympics
Study notes

Party Rallies

Some of the most famous images of Nazi Germany come from the Party Rallies, where thousands of people packed into stadiums to hear Hitler and other leading Nazis speak. Rallies...

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Party Rallies
16th February 2018

Rush hour in Los Angeles

A remarkable one minute video providing an aerial view!

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Rush hour in Los Angeles
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Here is another quite superb lecture on political parties from Professor Vernon Bogdanor. In this lecture from February 2018 he discusses the history of the British Labour Party.

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The Labour Party - Professor Vernon Bogdanor
16th February 2018

British Stereotypes

A bit of a daft video link for Friday!

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British Stereotypes
00:0:57

Hats off to the Bank of England for producing this excellent article on pay for professional footballers. A super resource to use when teaching pay differentials in the labour market.

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Why are footballers paid so much?

On Saturday, there will an extraordinary meeting of members of UKIP when a vote of no confidence will be held for its leader Henry Bolton.  Should Bolton lose, UKIP will...

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UKIP, its leadership and minority and emerging parties

Here's 10 multi-choice questions related to emerging and minority parties in the UK.  With this Card Drop activity, payers have to remove answers that they think are incorrect.  If they identify...

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Emerging and Minority Parties in the UK - 'Card Drop Activity'

Examiners love good examples of contestable markets where emerging rivals disrupt the market power of established firms. Aldi and Lidl are continuing to grow rapidly. Lidl has recently opened its 70...

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Contestable Markets: Lidl and Aldi continue their rapid growth
15th February 2018

Commuting

Millions (if not billions!) of people around the world commute to get to work.

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Commuting
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Kenya has developed a comparative advantage in growing and processing cut flowers. Kenya is the largest supplier of cut flowers to the European Union & flower farming accounts for about 40%...

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Environmental cost of Kenya's cut flower export industry

The LSE produces some sterling podcasts on all manner of topical issues - here's a very recent one from two of my favourite economists / policy gurus on how we think...

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Climate Change - how do we think about it?

It's worth building up a series of examples if you're planning on teaching the Global Politics option for Edexcel. The latest from the Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe detention issue in Iran is...

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The role of the UN - human rights interventions

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