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Brexit coverage

Authors of our leading European Union politics textbooks are working hard to ensure coverage of Brexit and related issues is kept as up-to-date as possible, with extended supplements available for key titles and coverage woven throughout newer titles. Explore the European Union collection to find out more.

December 2021 Update

British politics since 2019: an exploration of change and consequence

Join us for a free-to-access webinar with British politics experts Andrew Blick and Peter John. In this webinar, Andrew and Peter will discuss the impact of two and a half years of a Conservative government, and how other forces (including Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic) continue to shape the politics of Great Britain. 

Suitable for lecturers, students, and anyone with a general interest in politics!

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2021 collections

The most recent collections went live in August 2021. For more details about which titles are in each and purchasing options, visit our Purchasing a Collection pages.

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