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British Essays

Compile a strategic analysis for British Airways

1.0 British Airways: A brief historyBritish Airways can trace its origins back to the birth of civil aviation, the pioneering days following World War I. On 25 August 1919, its forerunner company, Aircraft Transport and Travel Limited (AT&T), launched the world’s first daily international scheduled air service between London and …

The Development Of Pro-Choice Social Movement And The Abortion Debate From A British Perspective

Social movements are loosely organised campaign’s in support of a social goal, normally either to achieve or prevent a change in society’s structure or values. Although social movements differ in size, they are all essentially joint. That is, they result from more or less unplanned coming together of people whose …

An analysis of Trainspotting and The Full Monty as products of British Cinema since 1990

Since 1990 the British film scene has changed dramatically with films such as Trainspotting, The full Monty East is East and Dirty Pretty Things hitting the Cinema with critical acclaim due to their intensely hard hitting and realistic tales about actual problems handled in an overwhelmingly authentic and dramatic style. …

Where does decision-making power lie in the British executive

As we move into the twenty-first century, the political climate in Britain is changing, and with this change, comes a shift in the decision-making power within the British government. The British executive, is usually thought of in broad terms, as consisting of the Prime Minister, the political members of the …

The British Economy from 1873-1896

The British economy before 1873: -Britain was the economic superpower of the world, due to her huge empire and monopoly of industrial global output. -50% of worlds Coal, 50% of worlds Iron & Steel and 50% of all Cotton goods were produced by Britain; not to mention much engineering goods, …

The Costs and benefits of British Imperialism 1846-1914

The authors Patrick O’Brian and Paul Kennedy have both composed a debate within three articles examining whether O’Brian’s theories of British imperialism being negative and that “Britain required an empire which neither benefited trade nor defence”1, contrary to Kennedy’s belief that imperialism had many benefits such as trade and access …

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