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Asked by Selina

To what extent is conservatism an ideology of human imperfection?

This is a really interesting question. Let's break it down. Firstly, what do we mean by conservatism? We can broadly define it as a belief in traditional values and ideas, combined with a belief in private ownership and market liberalism (free markets). Secondly, by an ideology of human imperfection, I take it that you mean something along the lines of the idea that humans are not perfect and... more

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To what extent are the views of traditional and One Nation conservatives on the economy consistent with those of the New Right?

Hi there- I wrote an essay on this topic this year at Masters level (History). If you would like to discuss it more then please feel free to drop my a direct message :)

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Asked by Tasnim

How does devolution challenge parliamentary sovereignty?

Devolution challenges parliamentary sovereignty in three key ways: 1) The cases of where legislation is put in place and it conflicts with that of the devolved body. For example: in Scotland there are no tuition fees to be paid for local students at higher education (universities). However, in England, tuition fees are applicable. The national narrative at the moment is to debate the continued exi... more

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Asked by Ni'Mah

To what extent do conservatives have conflicting views over the role of the state?

Hi Ni’Mah, To answer this question effectively you’re going to want to set out the terms of the question. By conservative do you mean: A) the U.K. party? B) the general political stance i) in the U.K. or ii) in the U.S.

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Asked by Ihsan

To what extent to large corporations/businesses influence UK politics?

If you look at the way society is organised in general from a perspective of economics it is clear that corporations are at the forefront of success. They dictate government policies to a large extent because we run on a credit based economy in the UK which means that where there is money (In corporations) that is where authority also is.

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Umra Hayat
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Asked by Tasnim

What authorities to apply for individual who is not registered on the freehold title and proprietorship register?

From what I can understand in your question, it will be the land registry. If the property in this context is unregistered freehold land then the individual will need to make a first registration under the provisions of the Land Registration Act 2002

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To what extent do socialists agree that capitalism should be abolished?

Its an interesting question and dependant on the brand of socialism you are referring to. If you are talking about classic Marxist theory then they would actually argue that it should not be abolished, and that it should be allowed to inevitably fail. They firmly believed in a stage theory that meant that socialism would arise out of the failure of capitalism, therefore it represents a logical ste... more

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How could the government use behavioural economics to encourage people to save for their old age.analyse one method and evaluate its effectiveness

There are several ways you could approach this. Firstly, social norms/herd behaviour. If people see their peers saving for old age they will be very likely to do the same. You could also possibly investigate availability bias. If people hear a big story in the news that presents saving for their old age as a positive thing, they will have a prominent example in their mind of why they should save.... more

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