Law with Politics at QMUL or History and Politics at LSE?

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Which one should I pick? I'm really confused.

Law is more employable imo but LSE has greater prestige.
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whatever course youre more interested in
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Go with the course you're more interested in. Grades > course. A First in a non-Law course will usually beat a 2.1 in a law course.

Law is not 'more employable' and any extra prestige LSE in your mind has is irrelevant. Law firms see them as equally good and a sign that you're academically able. Chambers will see both as non-Oxbridge RGs (assuming that they care about university name and give each candidate marks on that basis - they may not).
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Is the law with politics llb or not? If not you may as well do law or politics.
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Is the law with politics llb or not? If not you may as well do law or politics.
It's an LLB
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