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can someone help me come up with points for this 6 marker pls: Explain the causes of the north south drift
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can someone help me come up with points for this 6 marker pls: Explain the causes of the north south drift
What context? What exam board?
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What context? What exam board?
Edexcel and it’s the north south drift in the uk
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Edexcel and it’s the north south drift in the uk
I did Edexcel but didn’t study this.
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I did Edexcel but didn’t study this.
It’s one of the topics which the school chooses so it was between diverse places and regeneration. Our school chose diverse places so maybe you did regeneration instead?
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It’s one of the topics which the school chooses so it was between diverse places and regeneration. Our school chose diverse places so maybe you did regeneration instead?
I did do regeneration 😂 oh well, if you need help with anything. Just tag 😊
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I did do regeneration 😂 oh well, if you need help with anything. Just tag 😊
😂Thank you tho! Will do if I need help ☺️
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didn't get taught this in Edexcel but I've seen it a tiny bit in the textbook:
Point 1: Specialised industries such as finance around London:
has led to increased pockets of affluence, and in-migration
Business, Finance and banking is 25% of the UK's GDP

Point 2: Decline of traditional industries such as coal and steel
Cheaper offshore imports outcompeted. Led to dereliction and spiral of decline

If you explain each significantly into depth you should get 6 marks easily
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Deindustrialisation: major manufacturing industries such as coal, steel and textiles were located in the North. As they became increasingly unprofitable they were shut down, leading to high unemployment and economic decline. The South on the other hand was far more diversified and more resilient to the loss of manufacturing industries. The urban regeneration policies under Thatcher favoured the rise of the service sector in the City and this was coupled with the deregulation of the financial markets. This meant that the South East experienced a financial boom, leading many to call it the bread basket of England.
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