Division of Historic Services
Factors that create identity 00:21The Composition of the United Kingdom 01:01The Constituent Nations of the United Kingdom 01:38Immigration and Emigration 02:20Patterns of immigration into the UK 02:58The Changing Nature of the UK Population 03:45The Key principles and values of the UK 04:31Human, Political, Moral and Legal Rights in the UK (Human and Political) 04:51Human, Political, Moral and Legal Rights in the UK (Moral and Legal) 05:18International Treaties on Human Rights 05:46The role of local government 06:31Who can stand for election in the UK 07:15How are candidates to be an MP selected? 07:49Who can vote in elections 08:24Should we reduce the voting age to 16? 08:50Voter turnout 09:26How are taxes raised and spent? 10:21Views on taxation and spending 11:07The first past the post system 11:34Alternative to FPTP 12:35The three parts of Government 13:06The Conservative Party 13:52The Labour party 14:26Key people in the House of Commons 15:07Democratic States 15:50Where does power reside in the UK? 16:34The values underpinning democracy 16:59The power of governments and cabinets 17:34The powers of the Prime Minister 18:01The Role of Parliament 18:38The Role of the Monarch 19:17The British Constitution 20:02Fundamental Principles of the Law 20:35The Purpose of the Law 21:11Balancing Rights 21:42The role and powers of the Police 22:30The role of legal representatives 22:58Civil and Criminal Law 23:28Types of Court in England and Wales 24:07Age of Criminal Responsibility in the UK 25:04Changing rights over time 25:39Sources of Law 26:27The Right to Representation: Trade Unions 27:06Types of Crime 27:43Factors affecting Crime Rates 28:22Types of sentence in the United Kingdom 29:14The purpose of sentencing 30:02The Youth Justice system 30:54International Treaties on Human Rights 31:33International Law 32:19
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