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Hosted by Royal Holloway. The 2015 General Election represents a crossroads in British democracy. Will it lead to the election of another coalition or will it herald the return of 'normal' single-party government? at University of London

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British democracy in crisis? Reflections on the 2015 General Election

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Hosted by Royal Holloway. The 2015 General Election represents a crossroads in British democracy. Will it lead to the election of another coalition or will it herald the return of 'normal' single-party government?

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Whatever the outcome, the experience of austerity politics, the rise of UKIP and the Scottish referendum all make the 2015 contest of special historical interest.

This Taster Day will use the General Election as a theme to introduce you to the academic study of Politics and International Relations. The day will comprise a series of lectures, talks and seminars, giving you an insight into how students learn and how we teach at Royal Holloway. There will be three lectures in the morning, and in the afternoon participants will discuss issues raised in the lectures in small-group seminars.

The day will also include a talk about Royal Holloway’s Department of Politics and International Relations and the UCAS application process.

Duration: One day (10am - 4pm)

Subject area/s: International Politics,Politics

Course Requirements: This taster course is open to year 12 students only.

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Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

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Full Day

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1

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