Over the next few months we are running webinars to help you get the most out of your Politics Trove subscription.
Teachers and students are welcome to join us for a live session covering the basic functions of Politics Trove, followed by a Q&A.
Our next webinar is on Monday 1st February, 3pm - 4pm GMT.
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- Friday 26th February, 11am - 12pm GMT - Register now
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The authors of our leading European Union politics textbooks have written three short supplementary texts about Brexit, to provide analysis and insight into this period of political uncertainty. These supplements are available on Politics Trove. The supplement for European Union Politics can be found here, the supplement for Politics in the European Union can be found here, and the supplement for The European Union: How does it work? can be found here.