Encyclopedia of the United Kingdom


Erika M. Ruiz (Editor)

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: REF010000

This encyclopedia presents important research on the United Kingdom. Some of the topics discussed herein include the United Kingdom’s relations with the United States; human trafficking; the modern slavery bill; homelessness in England; environmental issues; the history of the parliamentary franchise; and voting.

(Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1
The United Kingdom and U.S.-UK Relations
(Derek E. Mix)

Chapter 2
Human Trafficking: UK Responses
(Sally Lipscombe and Jacqueline Beard)

Chapter 3
Draft Modern Slavery Bill
(Jacqueline Beard and Oonagh Gay)

Chapter 4
Draft Modern Slavery Bill [White Paper]
(Secretary of State for the Home Department)

Chapter 5
Human Trafficking: The Government’s Strategy
(Her Majesty’s Government)

Chapter 6
Homelessness in England
(Wendy Wilson)

Chapter 7
Making Every Contact Count: A Joint Approach to Preventing Homelessness
(Department for Communities and Local Government)

Chapter 8
Rough Sleeping
(Wendy Wilson)

Chapter 9
Living with Environmental Limits
(Jonathan Wentworth)

Chapter 10
Water Resources Resilience
(Jonathan Wentworth)

Chapter 11
The History of the Parliamentary Franchise
(Neil Johnston)

Chapter 12
Overseas Voters
(Isobel White and Richard Cracknell)

Chapter 13
Armed Forces Voting
(Isobel White)

Chapter 14
Prisoners’ Voting Rights – In Brief
(Isobel White)

Chapter 15
Northern Ireland: The Peace Process
(Kristin Archick)


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