Amongst the latest print journal arrivals at Deeside is the new Politics Review, featuring an article on the subject of the impact of coalition government on Prime Ministerial power and a debate about whether political parties should be funded by the state, both of which are topical, considering the upcoming UK general election in May.
Related to this, to make sure you are eligible to vote in the election, please visit the Student Voice stations currently in your Learning Zones to register your name and empower yourself to take part in the political process, which is important and an opportunity not to be wasted – all you need to bring is your National Insurance number, or, if you don’t have it, ask us at the desk and we’ll be glad to help.
With International Women’s Day being celebrated this Sunday, 8th March, you might want to take a look at one of our eStream visual resources, the first programme in the current BBC TV series ‘Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power’, detailing the origins and history of the Suffragette movement and women’s campaign for political and sex equality.
Further Politics Review resources are available to access online.