Holocaust education is presented as a key means of combatting anti-semitism. Larissa Allwork shows in four case studies that it may not be effective in its current form.
Professor Roy Lowe examines how 1,300 independent schools in Britain came to provide tax-subsidised education to the elite - freed from oversight by nineteenth-century compromises.
Next week's election could be a turning point in the history of post-war social democracy, says Adrian Williamson.
Most states have a clear "moment of creation" for their constitutions. Michael Braddick shows that the UK is the exception - and that this is key to understanding current debate.
History & Policy Director Dr Andrew Blick interviewed on Sky News and in the Daily Express about the suspension of Parliament and the Supreme Court case.
History & Policy Director Dr Andrew Blick, recenly gave an interview to the French national television channel France 2 on the Queen and Brexit.
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