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    Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nick-de-souza/subscribe Welcome to The A Level Politics Show, your one-stop shop for revision. We focus on UK politics and US politics, and also look at political ideologies, including liberalism, socialism, conservatism and feminism. While this show is geared towards A Level Politics students, it will also appeal to anyone who is interested in current affairs. Enjoy! Oh, and if you do, try subscribing to The A Level Politics Show PLUS PLUS PLUS, which gives you TWO additional podcasts each month, and access to the full back catalogue. Click here to do so: https://anchor.fm/nick-de-souza/subscribe
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    Ep. 160 Parliament - now representative? (Update)

    Ep. 160 Parliament - now representative? (Update)

    Following the 2024 General Election, there is a strong case to be made that the new Parliament is the most diverse ever. Yet is that enough? To truly judge this question, we must go beyond descriptive representation and ask the following questions:


    1. Does parliament look like us?

    2. Do elections help or hinder representation?

    3. Are a broad range of ideas reflected in a multitude of political parties?

    4. Do parliamentarians stand up for the people who put them there?


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    Ep. 156 Constitutional Reform - going backwards?

    Ep. 156 Constitutional Reform - going backwards?

    This episode takes the listener through a host of reforms introduced by Labour and Conservative governments and analyses whether they are in the process of reversal.


    Please note that this episode was supposed to be the free monthly pod for June but I have brought it forward to the end of May so that those of you taking your Paper 2 exam will have more time to listen to it. I’m nice like that.


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    Ep. 153 The US Supreme Court - an imperial institution?

    Ep. 153 The US Supreme Court - an imperial institution?

    Is the SCOTUS too powerful? To answer this question, this episode looks at the effectiveness of 1) the constitutional restraints, 2) self restraint and 3) public reactions.


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    Ep. 150 Has the EU achieved its aims?

    Ep. 150 Has the EU achieved its aims?

    Episode 150!


    In today's landmark show, we take a look at the EU, its aims, and whether they have been achieved. We break down its goals in three main areas:


    1) Completing the single market with the promotion of the four freedoms

    2) Economic and Monetary Union

    3) Political Union


    My scorecard, for what it is worth - lots done but still so much more to do.


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    Ep. 147 UK Executive powers (and limits)

    Ep. 147 UK Executive powers (and limits)

    Today we take a deep dive on the executive's powers, including

    1. Initiating legislation in government's manifesto

    2. Making policy on matters that arise (the Doctor's Mandate)

    3. Wielding secondary legislation (SIs)

    4. Proposing budgets

    5. Exercising the Royal Prerogative


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    Ep. 144 US Pressure Groups and Democracy

    Ep. 144 US Pressure Groups and Democracy

    Do Pressure groups help or hinder democratic processes? For this pod, I'll explore the impact of US pressure groups on different forms of democracy, including representative, pluralist and liberal.

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    Ep. 141 Do smaller parties matter?

    Ep. 141 Do smaller parties matter?

    In this episode, I look at whether smaller political parties have influence in/upon the UK political system. To consider this question, we need to consider the following:

    1)    The representation of smaller parties in the UK Parliament and in the devolved bodies

    2)    The participation of smaller parties in government both centrally and regionally 

    3)    The impact that smaller parties have had on party policy and upon the electoral fortunes of the larger parties


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    Transcripts ARE GO!

    Transcripts ARE GO!

    Hello dear listener! The number one request I have had is that transcripts be made available. Well, if you listen on Spotify, now they are! The A Level Politics Show now has transcripts of every episode! How about that! What’s great is that Spotify let’s you listen along and read the transcript at the same time as listening to it, or you could have the sound off if you don’t like the sound of my voice (my wife tells me that this is what she does). You can also just skip to the section in the transcript that you find most useful and start playback from wherever you want. 

     

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    Ep. 138 Liberalism and human nature

    Ep. 138 Liberalism and human nature

    This episode will answer the following question: To what extent do liberals share similar views about human nature? I also introduce listeners to the idea of writing SUPER CHUNKIES!


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    Ep. 135 Socialism and the state

    Ep. 135 Socialism and the state

    Some socialists don't even want a state. Others think the state should abolish capitalism, which is at odds with third way thinkers who believe the state must embrace it. And don't get these guys started on the state's role in promoting social equality...

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    Ep. 132 Manifestos - do they matter?

    Ep. 132 Manifestos - do they matter?

    In this episode, we consider whether manifestos affect election outcomes, and if they have an impact on the way a party governs.


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    Ep. 129 Which form of direct democracy is the best?

    Ep. 129 Which form of direct democracy is the best?

    Are referendums better than e-petitions or recall elections? In this episode, I argue that they are not.

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    Ep. 126 Pressure Group Influence in the UK (update)

    Ep. 126 Pressure Group Influence in the UK (update)

    In this pod, a long-awaited update to episode 20, we evaluate the view that government attitudes are the most important determinant of pressure group success. In a word, yes.


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    Ep. 123 Participation crisis? Update

    Ep. 123 Participation crisis? Update



    The world has changed since we last looked at this topic and so it is high time for an update. A wave of public sector strikes as well as protests by environmental groups should give us pause for thought when considering levels of political engagement in the UK. Are we entering a new era of campaigning advocacy and agitation? I argue that we are.


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    Ep. 119 Executive Versus Parliament

    Ep. 119 Executive Versus Parliament

    In this episode, we debate which branch is stronger, examining a range of tools that each one has to control the other. It all comes down to circumstances. Enjoy the podcast, then why not subscribe to PLUS PLUS PLUS!? For just £1.99 per month, you will receive TWO additional episodes per month that will automatically appear in your podcast feed as soon as they become available. You'll also get access to the full back catalogue of A Level Politics Show podcasts. Furthermore, you can cancel anytime - no obligations and no hidden costs. Just lots of learning. Click⁠⁠⁠ here⁠⁠⁠ to get started. If you like reading as well as listening, then you can also try my revision book, which can be purchased from ⁠⁠⁠here⁠⁠⁠.  Oh, and don't forget to leave a nice review wherever you listen to your podcasts, so that more people can find out about us. You can also ask follow up questions to each episode by clicking "reply" on the "Do you need any further" help section in the show notes (Spotify listeners only for moment) and take part in our episode by episode polls once you have finished listening. Also look out, Plus Plus Plus subscribers, for the all new E. G.4Me episodes, which takes you through a breaking news stories and attempts to make sense of it. 


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    INTRODUCING E.G.4Me

    INTRODUCING E.G.4Me

    A Level Politics could easily be renamed A Level current affairs. It’s a live subject and as Politics students you need to use updated examples and explain their significance. This can be hard, especially around revision time when you have got your heads in your books, and class notes going back 18 months, visiting examples that perhaps were current at the time, only to be told by someone somewhere that your examples are out of date. Likewise, you might get news alerts on your phone about this minister or that scandal or that protest, but the sheer number of moving parts can seem overwhelming at times, especially in these febrile times. 


    Don’t worry though, The Level Politics  Show is here to help, with the release of E.G.4Me. I’m hoping that about once a week, I’ll release a brief episode of no more than five minutes long (I promise it won’t be more than that!) going through a specific UK or US news story that has recently broken. Each EG4Me episode will explain what happened, what does it all mean, and, most importantly, how you use the example for different essay questions.


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    On today's E.G.4Me: Housing campaigners welcome ban on no-fault evictions. For more about Acorn, the pressure group detailed in this show, click here.



    Ep. 115 UK Pressure Groups and democracy

    Ep. 115 UK Pressure Groups and democracy

    In this episode, we use recent examples to assess the benefits of pressure groups. We focus on the functions of pressure groups, the theories of pluralism and elitism, and the all important role of lobbying. And yes, Matt Hancock makes another appearance.

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    Ep. 112 Conservatives and Labour: which party is more divided?

    Ep. 112 Conservatives and Labour: which party is more divided?

    With three prime ministers in a year and multiple policy u-turns it is hard to see past the argument that the Tories are more divided than the Labour Party. Admittedly, perhaps favourable opinion polls for Labour hide the division in that party, and things can change pretty quickly if, say, there are a bad set of election results or a scandal. Yet the Conservatives are perpetually in conflict between their ideological beliefs on the one hand and the need for pragmatism and electoral viability on the other. It doesn't want to be a high tax party, but arguably Covid and its previous underfunding of public services have forced the Tories to become one. The EU referendum ripped the party apart, and just as it was putting some of those difficulties behind it, along came #partygate, Boris Johnson and Liz Truss' mini budget to add to the drama. Meanwhile, although the left remains the left inside the Labour Party, it appears willing to sleep until Starmer trips up, perhaps by underwhelming at the next general election and forcing him to require left wing votes. Until such a scenario, however, Labour looks the happier bunny.

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    Ep. 109 Is Devolution Working?

    Ep. 109 Is Devolution Working?

    In this episode, we examine in turn how devolution is working in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England. This pod is an update to episodes 35 and 60, which are still useful, since they deal with slightly different questions, including whether England ought to have its own Parliament and whether devolution has improved democracy. 

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