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    Last two on topic one have been on judiciary iirc, so expect a question on the constitution.
    Last two on topic three have been on the civil service iirc, so expect a q on PM or Cabinet.
    And I think (iirc) the last two in topic two were along the lines of assessing the extent to which MPs are able to air their own consciousness and the extent to which they can put the interests of their constituents first. So expect a potential question on Lords, or how effective Parl carries out its functions other than representation (e.g. passing leglisation, scutinising the exec etc.).
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    Last two on topic one have been on judiciary iirc, so expect a question on the constitution.
    Last two on topic three have been on the civil service iirc, so expect a q on PM or Cabinet.
    And I think (iirc) the last two in topic two were along the lines of assessing the extent to which MPs are able to air their own consciousness and the extent to which they can put the interests of their constituents first. So expect a potential question on Lords, or how effective Parl carries out its functions other than representation (e.g. passing leglisation, scutinising the exec etc.).
    why are you resitting? What went wrong when you sat for the paper the first time? what have you done since then to improve your chances of getting a higher grade this time around? what books are you using to study? What about websites?
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    [Oh, I'm not re-sitting, I was just helping out someone.]
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    the spec hasn't changed
 
 
 
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