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Degree: International Relations, Politics and History (Masters) - Durham University
Hi, I'm Umair,
I studied Politics and International Relations at Durham University and earned High Merit.
Since school, I have been passionate about this subject and I feel I can replicate (as I have done in my tutoring) my passion and understanding of subject onto students.
I have done home tutoring before and have also taught to A/O level students. After graduating, I have also taught an International Relations and Politics course at a University as a visiting faculty.
Usually Politics and History is not considered as appealing as other subjects.
My teaching methods aim to make the sessions interesting and as engaging as possible. My illustrations include explaining concepts and theories through most basic and pertinent examples which students can comprehend effortlessly.
Moreover, my approach also aims to explain students the distinction between a “high level and low level answer” while attempting and understanding an exam question and essays.
Giving you charge of our sessions
You will be in charge of our sessions. Idea is to make understating better for you through an approach that suits you best.
This subject is different in a way because there isn’t any defined way to give a perfect answer; you have to find most convincing explanation by understanding the basic concepts which are pertinent to this subject. We will try to understand those ideas in a way which you comprehend best.
We will keep juggling with those ideas until you understand them best; after all it’s all about you and that’s going to be focus of our sessions.
If you book a session with me, please tell me which subject you are having a difficulty in so that I can fully prepare to answer your questions.
My primary expertise’s are in Government and Politics, History, International history, International Relations ideologies, British and USA politics, European history and politics and Middle Eastern politics.
Lets arrange a meeting to find out how can I help you
I would love to meet you. If you are interested in finding out more, please book a meet the tutor session. These are a short online meeting in which we can talk about what you want from the sessions, and give you a chance to see if I’m the right person to help. Look forward to hearing from you soon.
|Government and Politics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|History||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Politics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|International Relations and Politics||Masters Degree||2:1|
In coalition government, more than one or several parties come together to form the government; it is also called the hung government. Usually, union of two or multi parties is sought to form the coalition government.
Coalition government is generally formed when a single party cannot achieve necessary majority needed to form the government. In coalition government, smaller parties with few seats can also become part of the government.
In one example, In UK’s 2010 general elections, Conservatives, which had won the largest number of seats, formed a coalition with the Liberal Democrats in order to gain the necessary majority required to form government.
In another example, in last 67 years, Israel elections have always produced a coalition government; in 2015 elections, Benjamin Netanyahu, whose Likud party won majority seats, agreed to form a coalition government with a right wing party in order to gain required number of seats necessary to form the government.
Coalition government, however, is naturally not considered a strong government, as party with majority number of seats is invariably reliant on support of its smaller coalition partners in matters pertaining to legislation and others. Moreover, smaller parties are likely to push for their own agenda’s which might result in clash of interests, and breakdown of the coalition is also likely.see more