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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.

Webinars: Getting to Grips with Politics Trove

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Why Oxford Politics Trove?

Oxford Politics Trove encourages you to read widely, think critically, and come to your own conclusions. Our powerful search facility means you can delve into topics more deeply, navigate more easily, and connect with additional resources in your own institution’s library collection.

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For students

Make sure you've set up your personal profile to make the most of your Oxford Politics Trove access. Take a look at our walk-through video guides to find out how.

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For lecturers

Oxford University Press provides a range of resources to help you effectively embed Oxford Politics Trove into your teaching. Contact your local publisher representative to find out more.