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Shades of grey: a challenging frontbench recognition test

I’ve written before about the frontbench recognition test which I inflict upon my first year politics students (see ‘Is it Yvette Harman?’). The test involves showing the students a  small selection of photographs of members of the frontbench team of each of … Continue reading

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Should Jeremy Corbyn join the Privy Council?

Jeremy Corbyn’s apparent failure to be sworn in as a member of the Privy Council when it met last week has generated a level of interest which this archaic and obscure institution has not enjoyed for some time. I have written previously … Continue reading

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