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    Want to do an EPQ on something politics related, maybe something to do with Brexit, any ideas?
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    Might be hard to do research surrounding Brexit because of how recent it is! But: you could do it on the campaign and the political stuff surrounding the vote. Examples I'm thinking of are the way Brexit has affected politics (and popular hatred) surrounding immigration and trade. Maybe you could look at the whole 'british values' thing too?

    If you want a political thing that would be easier to research, you'd be better off looking at interwar politics or war politics within the UK or outside, or maybe the sort of 1970s in Britain and protest movements in relation to politics? There are all sorts of really interesting things you could do, eg something we were discussing today in my history lesson: 'Is it really a democracy if the candidates don't represent the wishes of the electorate?' This would be particularly applicable to the recent election in America, perhaps.
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    (Original post by StevetheIcecube)
    Might be hard to do research surrounding Brexit because of how recent it is! But: you could do it on the campaign and the political stuff surrounding the vote. Examples I'm thinking of are the way Brexit has affected politics (and popular hatred) surrounding immigration and trade. Maybe you could look at the whole 'british values' thing too?

    If you want a political thing that would be easier to research, you'd be better off looking at interwar politics or war politics within the UK or outside, or maybe the sort of 1970s in Britain and protest movements in relation to politics? There are all sorts of really interesting things you could do, eg something we were discussing today in my history lesson: 'Is it really a democracy if the candidates don't represent the wishes of the electorate?' This would be particularly applicable to the recent election in America, perhaps.
    Thank you so much for replying! You're right, I'll probably be at a disadvantage due to the fact that Brexit is still an ongoing topic. I'll look into some of your ideas, thanks again
 
 
 
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