Edexcel exam questions for unit 4 gov't and pol.

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Government and Politics:
15 Markers:
The Impact of the EU on the UK:
To what extent has EU membership influenced the strategies adopted by UK
pressure groups? (jan10)
Why have the nationalist parties of Scotland and Wales adopted a pro-EU stance?
(june10)
To what extent is the Conservative Party united in its approach to the EU?
(jan11)
European integration:
To what extent has EU integration been extended into the area of Foreign and
Security Policy? (jan10)
How effectively does the Council of the EU (Council of Ministers) protect the
national interests of member states? (jan10)
Define `neo-functionalism', and explain its implications for European integration.
(june10)
What is meant by `intergovernmentalism', and why has it been a source of
controversy? (jan11)
EU institutions and their relationship:
How much influence does the European Parliament have in EU policy-making?
(jan10)
Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the European Court of Justice. (june10)
Why has the European Central Bank found it to be so difficult to manage
monetary policy within the Eurozone? (jan11)
Domestic Policy Issues:
What have been the benefits of monetary union? (jan10)
Why has the issue of labour mobility within the EU been so controversial? (june10)
Assess the impact of the reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy. (june10)
Why has it been so difficult to reform the Common Agricultural Policy? (jan11)
To what extent have new members of the EU since 2004 been fully integrated
into the Union? (jan11)
45 Markers:
The Impact of the EU on the UK:

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Labour and Conservative policies on the EU have grown increasingly similar.'
Discuss. (jan10)
`EU membership has seriously undermined the UK Parliament.' Discuss. (june10)
`Membership of the EU has fundamentally transformed the UK constitution.'
Discuss. (jan11)
European integration:
To what extent has EU enlargement slowed down the process of deeper
integration? (jan10)
To what extent is further EU integration necessary and desirable? (june10)
EU institutions and their relationship:
`The European Commission is no longer the most significant institution in the EU.'
Discuss.…read more

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