Government, Law & Politics

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  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

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  1. Vince Cable - MP for Twickenham and Lib Dem Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
  2. Vincent Cable Lib Dem PPC for Twickenham
  3. Visit Wales Blog
  4. Visit Wales France
  5. Visit Wales : Wales Tourism Information for American and Canadian Visitors
  6. Vote 2005 / Capability Scotland
  7. Vote for David Cameron - Conservative Candidate for the Witney Constituency
  8. Voters Revolt
  9. Wales Assembly of Women
  10. Wales Bad Backs | Cefnau Cymru
  11. Wales Concordat | Concordat Cymru
  12. Wales European Funding Office | Swyddfa Cyllid Ewropeaidd Cymru
  13. WalesHome.org | Independent analysis from and about Wales
  14. WalesOnView

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