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  • epicly awesome

  • I had no idea this was a subject. I'm just skipping to the ads to support you 😀

  • Wow I didn't even know this was a thing

  • i hate citizenship, its easy but the test is so long. too much stress for me

  • Hello, I was just wondering if you could please do OCR computer science but next year for the exams in 2021. Thanks for all the help!

  • this is great, can u pls do an aqa version too? x

  • The Key principles and values of the UK 00:22
    Human, Political, Moral and Legal Rights in the UK (Human and Political) 00:42
    Human, Political, Moral and Legal Rights in the UK (Moral and Legal) 01:09
    Factors that create identity 01:37
    The Composition of the United Kingdom 02:18
    The Constituent Nations of the United Kingdom 02:54
    Immigration and Emigration 03:37
    Patterns of immigration into the UK 04:19
    The Changing Nature of the UK Population 05:03
    Types of Media in the UK 05:48
    The Role of a Free Press 06:22
    The restrictions and responsibilities of a Free Press 06:54
    Press regulation and examples of censorship 07:32
    The role of the UK in the UN 08:18
    The role of the UK within NATO 08:48
    The role of the UK within the WTO 09:13
    The relationship between the UK and the EU 09:39
    Resolving international disputes as a Nation State 10:29
    Fundamental Principles of the Law 11:37
    The Purpose of the Law 12:13
    Balancing Rights 12:39
    The role and powers of the Police 13:16
    The role of legal representatives 13:48
    Civil and Criminal Law 14:16
    Types of Court in England and Wales 14:51
    Age of Criminal Responsibility in the UK 15:48
    Changing rights over time 16:21
    Sources of Law 17:09
    The Right to Representation: Trade Unions 17:47
    Types of Crime 18:22
    Factors affecting Crime Rates 19:00
    Types of sentence in the United Kingdom 19:51
    The purpose of sentencing 20:39
    The Youth Justice system 21:28
    International Treaties on Human Rights 22:09
    International Law 22:52
    Opportunities for Participation in Democracy 23:31
    Barriers to Participation in Democracy 23:49
    Joining an Interest Group 24:18
    Joining a Political Party 24:53
    Standing as a candidate for Election 25:25
    The role of organisations: Interest Groups and Pressure Groups 25:48
    The role of organisations: Trade Unions 26:30
    The role of organisations: Charities and Volunteer Groups 27:00
    Citizens working together: Examples of Resolving Issues 27:27
    Using the media to bring about change 28:04
    Citizens in the legal system 28:32
    The Investigation: Taking Citizenship Action 29:14
    Types of source 29:47
    What makes a source reliable? 30:30
    Examples of reliable and unreliable sources 30:55
    A hypothesis or a theory 31:34
    Examples of good and bad research questions 32:11
    Evaluating your research 33:09
    Where does power reside in the UK? 33:32
    The values underpinning democracy 33:57
    The power of governments and cabinets 34:31
    The powers of the Prime Minister 34:57
    The Role of Parliament 35:29
    The Role of the Monarch 36:08
    The British Constitution 36:53
    The role of local government 37:28
    Who can stand for election in the UK 38:12
    How are candidates to be an MP selected? 38:45
    Who can vote in elections 39:20
    Should we reduce the voting age to 16? 39:48
    Voter turnout 40:22
    How are taxes raised and spent? 41:16
    Views on taxation and spending 41:58
    The first past the post system 42:22
    Alternative to FPTP 43:20
    The three parts of Government 43:49
    The Conservative Party 44:31
    The Labour party 45:05
    Key people in the House of Commons 45:44
    Democratic States 46:26

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