Government, Law & Politics

Subcategories (11)

  1. Central Government
  2. Civil Rights, Pressure Groups, and Trade Unions
  3. Crime, Criminology, Police and Prisons
  4. Devolved Government
  5. Inter-Governmental Agencies
  6. International Relations, Diplomacy, and Peace
  7. Law and Legal System
  8. Local Government
  9. Political Parties
  10. Politics, Political Theory and Political Systems
  11. Public Inquiries

Special Collection(s) (6)

  1. European Parliament Elections 2009
  2. London Mayoral Election 2008
  3. Scottish Parliamentary Election - 2007
  4. Spending Cuts 2010: Impact on Social Welfare
  5. UK General Election 2005
  6. UK General Election 2010

Sites (923)

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  1. Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC)
  2. Douglas Henderson, Scottish National Party candidate Dumfries and Galloway, Westminster Parliament election 2005
  3. Dr Charlotte MacKenzie, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Truro and St Austell
  4. Drinking Water Inspectorate
  5. Dr Stephen Ladyman, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, South Thanet
  6. Dulwich & West Norwood Conservatives
  7. Duncan Thorp
  8. Ealing North Conservatives
  9. Ealing North Labour
  10. Ealing Southall Conservatives
  11. East Midlands Liberal Democrats
  12. Echurch Blog: The Big Society and Public Spending Cuts - Archbishop Dr John Sentamu expresses concerns
  13. E.coli Public Inquiry | Ymchwiliad Cyhoeddus yr Achosion E.coli
  14. e-Crime Wales

Sites (923)

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