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What are 2 consequences of the marshall plan briefly explained?

Funding was provided mainly to Western Europe which created a wider divide between east and west as Stalin prevented Eastern European countries accepting the aid. Soviets set up COMECON as a result of this. It was supposed to help stop countries in the Soviet sphere from slipping towards America’s influence and so started and continued an economic stand off that the Soviets ultimately couldn’t mat... more

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What are the strengths and weaknesses of Kantian ethics

Strengths of Kantian Ethics: The first strength can be linked to the quality of universability that Kantian ethics possesses. Since Kantian Ethics is universalised to all humans, it suggests that all humans should be treated equally under the same ethical system. This provides little discrimination according to race, class or age etc. In Kantian Ethics, humans are valued and believed to be moral a... more

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a UK codified constitution?

Advantages: Codified constitutions tend to be more difficult to amend and therefore better protect individual rights. Currently, British constitution allows constitutional amendment by simple majority in Parliament. Codified constitutions make rights and powers clearer for citizens and legislators. The British constitution is complex and not designed we now have many layers of government on a... more

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Asked by Tasnim

What is the link between medical ethics and law?

There are a lot of ways to interpret this. In short, medical ethics are principles that doctors or healthcare professionals should do what is right ethically. For example, the 4 pillars of ethics indicates do no harm to patients. The link between medical ethics and law is that law provides the boundary of what is the right or wrong thing to do legally. There are a lot of complications to this as f... more

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Asked by Anna

What gcses do you need to become a lawyer

Hi Anna, thank you for your question. I studied Law at University and the GCSE’s I did in addition to the compulsory ones were Business Studies, History, Spanish and French. I don’t think it matters so much which GCSE’s you pick as much as the grades matter so I would suggest picking GCSE’s you are passionate about and therefore will naturally do better in. If you have any A-levels you are particu... more

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Asked by Lauren

How did the royal courts work? (8 mark question)

The King's household, the royal court was the political and cultural centre of the nation, and despite the risks, anyone who was anyone wanted to be there. At court, patronage and favour was given to those who pleased the monarch, and taken away from those who did not.

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Asked by Harry

What GCSE'S do 8 need to take to become a lawyer

Hi Harry, I would recommend in addition to English, Maths and Sciences that you take History, possibly Economics (for commercial awareness) and one of the languages. In essence you want to get good practice with essay based subjects. When you come to chose your A-levels that's when your choices are even more critical. Subjects like:English Literature, History, Politics, Religious Studies/Philoso... more

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