UK Essay Examples

The British economy

In the light of recent British economic experience, critically assess the view that allowing the pound to float is better for Britain than having a fixed exchange rate. The UK government can choose to ‘fix’ or ‘float’ the exchange rate. But what do these terms mean? Which method is ‘better’ than the other? By defining… View Article

Well-Being In The UK

Racism is a socially constructed phenomenon, evident within mainstream society’s individual and institutional value systems. The corrosive effects of racism seriously impinge upon the life chances and life expectancy of ethnic minorities, living within the United Kingdom. Within this essay I will attempt to highlight the social implications of racism, illustrating the relationship between racism,… View Article

A child centred society

Present British society is certainly more child centred than it ever was. Some may argue Britain is a totally child centred society focusing on the needs and protection of children. However this hasn’t always been the case, back to as recent as just before the 20th century children were regarded as ‘little adults’ who could… View Article

Preparation of aspirin

Introduction Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) is an anti-inflammatory painkiller, which is extensively used, worldwide, for pain relief, to reduce inflammation and temperatures, and to reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Uses of aspirin  Pain relief, particularly where there is inflammation involved, including dental pain and period pain (menorrhagia).  Reducing temperature (as an antipyretic). Making… View Article

Trade union decline in UK

Trade union is a form of organization where employees and leaders with common interests join in order to promote and protect those interests. These collective organisations have the role to negotiate with the employers the wages and the working conditions, they also help ease the relationships between employers and employees by diminishing the conflict between… View Article