British Politics provides an introduction to British politics with an emphasis on political science to analyse the fundamental features of British politics, and the key changes post-Brexit. Part A looks at constitutional and institutional foundations of the subject. Chapters in this part look at leadership and debating politics and law creation. The second part is about political behaviour and citizenship. Here chapters consider elections, the media, agenda setting, and political turbulence. The final part is about policy-making and delegation. The chapters in this part examine interest groups, advocacy, policy-making, governing through bureaucracy and from below, delegating upwards, and British democracy now.
Keywords:post-Brexit, Brexit, leadership, interest groups, elections, policy-making, democracy, bureaucracy, media
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- Front Matter
- Part A Constitutional and Institutional Foundations
- Part B Political Behaviour and Citizenship
- Part C Policy-Making and Delegation
- End Matter