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    Hi all,

    I would be extrememly grateful if you could pick a couple of my points and give me some brief bullet point answers with examples

    Do you have any points for pressure groups - WHY ARE SOME MORE SUCCESSFUL THAN OTHERS?
    E.G. methods, aims, resources, status...

    I have a couple of other specific questions to do with the course as well:

    Pressure Groups and the EU - what should I know - what is good to know?

    Why did the TORIES win the 2015 GE?

    Party leader, past performance, policies, party unity etc... considering all 3 main parties, and all 3 main party leaders - past performance can be for any election - principally for 2015, though - for all

    Problems with the insider/ outsider PG typology...

    What is a protest movement?

    Links with parties and government, including the EU.

    Factors likely to affect the political influence of groups including membership and resources.

    The impact of groups and movements in influencing policy and changing values **********E.G.S NEEDED******************

    Role of the media in pressure group politics.

    Possibility of some citizens being excluded from pressure group politics.

    Thank you very much, and kind regards.
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