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  • LexisLibrary
    Gives access to a variety of legal sources, including UK and EU case reports, legislation, legal journals and Halsbury´s Laws of England.
  • ScienceDirect
    Contains full text and abstracts from over 2,500 journals in all fields of science, plus social sciences such as economics, management and business
  • Scopus
    Includes the abstracts and cited references of over 16,000 peer-reviewed titles from more than 5,000 international publishers in the sciences and social sciences. Scopus includes references of all articles published since 1996, offering newly-linked citations across the widest body of articles available including Open Access and electronic-only titles. 20 million pre-1996 records captured without references go back as far as 1823.
  • Web of Knowledge
    Provides access to the Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index and Arts & Humanities Citation Index.
  • Westlaw
    Database of legal materials from the United Kingdom, European Union, United States and other common law jurisdictions. Contains full-text case law and legislation, full-text journal articles from United States and Canadian law reviews and from a limited number of UK and other jurisdictions' law journals, plus some international materials.
 

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Try out Punch Historical Archive Online

Why not take a look at Punch Historical Archive

You can now access every issue and article from Punch, the great satirical magazine. Running from 1841 to 1992, the magazine looked at the important issues of the day, such as women’s suffrage and World War I, but with a humorous edge. Punch provides a crucial insight into 19th- and 20th-century attitudes and social history illuminating everything from colonialism to the Cold War

Try out Punch Historical Archive and let us know what you think.

Punch Historical Archive

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