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Politics & Society


Politics and Society - Houses of Parliament and Bridge



From the COVID-19 pandemic to Brexit, politics affects all of our lives both domestically and internationally. 




The Orwell Lecture – Ian Hislop: The Right to Dissent (and the Left too)

Political satire and commentary from Ian Hislop, editor of 'Private Eye' and regular team captain on BBC show 'Have I Got News For You'

Britain's legacy of slavery

Professor Catherine Hall (UCL History) and her team in the project Legacies of British Slave-ownership examine how modern Britain has been built on the wealth generated from slavery


Smiling Lotta König holding up magazine and co-presenter Thorsten Merse

How to 'queer' the classroom

The cultural politics of LGBT issues in the ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) classroom

Illustration of USA flag with yellow road sign saying '2020 Elections Ahead'
McMafia: The Reality
Sir Ivan Rogers: Where did Brexit come from and where is it going to take the UK?
The UCL EU Referendum Debate: To Remain or To Leave?

To Remain or To Leave?

The UCL EU Referendum Debate

SSEESing Brexit

SSEESing Brexit

Brexit debate from the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)

The Orwell Lecture 2019

The Orwell Lecture 2019: Daniel Finkelstein

How to predict an election

Fantasy Frontbench Debates - Climate Change
Happy Children

IOE Public Debates

Topical Institute of Education debate series covering the impacts of government educational policy

First Minister of Scotland - Nicola Sturgeon
Why isn't my professor black?

Why isn't my professor black?

The politics of race in UK academia and society

Lunch Hour Lectures - Autumn 2009 - Rectangle Teaser

Recession and the public health – what is the evidence?

Vintage Lunch Hour Lectures - Autumn 2009


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