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    National treasure Charlotte Green recalls her time on the news.

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    The second volume of rip-roaring and hilarious recollections from Stanley Johnson.

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    An utterly unique portrait of one man and his Blenheim plane, a must read.

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    The autobiographical story of a family's struggle to build a home in a country falling apart.

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    The extraordinary rags-to-riches story of one of Britain’s most successful businessmen.

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    A heart-clenching account of the violence and abuse women have struggled through to change the world.

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    An intimate and insightful look at the life of a woman in politics conveyed through the memoirs of the former First Lady and Secretary of State.

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    Stand Up Straight and Sing tells the story of Norman’s extraordinary journey in her own inimitable voice.

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    In this witty, candid and utterly fascinating memoir, Baroness Trumpington looks back on her long and remarkable life.

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    The memoirs of the record-breaking runner, the first man to run a mile in under four minutes.

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    Weaving together their time as British Communists as well as their experiences in China and North Korea, this book gives an overview of Communism in action.

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    Still an active member of the House of Lords, Dick Taverne presents a thoughtful and compelling memoir, as well as a measured account of fraught and turbulent times.

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    A raucous and salacious romp through Westminster with the hilarious Jerry Hayes.

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    Tom knew nothing of his mother's love as he grew up in the Foundling Hospital - which, during years of the Second World War, was more like a prison than a children's home. This is also a moving account of survival from one of the very last foundlings.

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    Inspiring survivor Pam Warren gives an insight into life before and after The Paddington Rail Crash.

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    The true story of the investigative journalist, and the world he was part of.

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    Recounting his extraordinary life, national treasure Andrew Sachs shines in this autobiography.

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    Signed by Andrew Sachs

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    Malcolm Wicks, who died aged 65 after suffering from cancer, was sent to the House of Commons as the new Labour MP for Croydon North West in April 1992. As the polls closed, he was leaving the part...

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    The story of the Egyptian Revolution of 2011 as told by Ahdaf Soueif, who took part in the protests in Tahrir Square.

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    Dennis Skinner, the famed Beast of Bolsover, is adored by legions of supporters and respected as well as feared by admiring enemies. Fiery and forthright, with a prodigious recall, Skinner is one of the best-known politicians in Britain. He remains as passionate and committed to the causes he champions as on the first day he entered the House of Commons back in 1970.

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    The turbulent story of the radical Left in the eloquent words of one of its foremost leaders.

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    By day he made thousands of dollars a minute. By night he spent it as fast as he could, on drugs, sex, and international globe-trotting.

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    This extraordinary autobiography, completed by his wife after the untimely death of John Biffen, is a portrait of great humanity and suffering set against the backdrop of public life.

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    Nelson Mandela's autobiography.

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    Teenage Tommy is more than just a memoir about trench warfare - it is a deeply entertaining and moving story of life at the front.

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    A candid, honest and very funny autobiography from an outspoken female politician.

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    Captivating classics to keep you occupied this Christmas

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    A touching memoir of growing up in "the loveliest castle in the world".

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    An insightful and witty account of daily life in Iran, the 'Axis of Evil', written by New York Times bestselling author Hoomad Majd.

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    Ngugi wa Thiong'o is a writer who has lived through extraordinary times. In the House of the Interpreter tells the story of his schooldays in Kenya against the backdrop of the intensification of the struggle for independence.

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    Vicky Pryce will use her personal, and her economic experience to analyse the cost of keeping women in prison.

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    The extraordinary story of the British wheelchair athlete who won a total of six gold medals at the 2008 and 2012 Paralympic Games, and was six-time winner of the London Marathon.

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    The highly anticipated memoir of Malala Yousafzai, the schoolgirl from Pakistan's Swat region who stood up to the Taliban.

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    The autobiography of Britain’s best-known redhead is a fascinating journey through a life well lived.

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    *This book is signed by Damian McBride.* In Power Trip Damian McBride writes candidly about his experiences at the heart of government, and provides the first genuine insider’s account of Gordon Brown’s time as Chancellor and Prime Minister.

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    In Power Trip Damian McBride writes candidly about his experiences at the heart of government, and provides the first genuine insider’s account of Gordon Brown’s time as Chancellor and Prime Minister.

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    Saving Gary McKinnon is the true story of a mother’s fight to save her son from living out the rest of his life behind bars in the US

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    An extraordinary look into the life of the legendary Scottish footballer.

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    With the same directness that defined his career in public service, Rumsfeld's memoir is filled with previously undisclosed details and insights about the Bush administration, 9/11, and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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    Out in the Army follows the extraordinary career journey of James Wharton, one of the first ‘out’ soldiers in the armed forces.

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    A vivid portrait of London in the aftermath of war, Taller Today is a poignant and evocative account of childhood, memory and the relationship between father and son.

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    With characteristic verve and integrity, Ann Widdecombe recalls her life and highlights the people and events that most influenced her along the way.

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    In Distilling the Frenzy, the UK’s leading contemporary historian examines the special considerations that apply to writing the history of one’s own times.

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    Alan Johnson's childhood was not so much difficult as unusual, particularly for a man who was destined to become Home Secretary. Not in respect of the poverty, which was shared with many of those living in the slums of post-war Britain, but in its transition from two-parent family to single mother and then to no parents at all...

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    Maggie & Me is a touching and darkly witty memoir about surviving Thatcher's Britain; a story of growing up gay in a straight world and coming out the other side in spite of, and maybe because of, the iron lady.

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    These are the memoirs of one of the big beasts of late twentieth-century British politics.

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    The paperback edition of the bestselling biography of the eccentric British actor and star of the original Oliver!

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    A newly edited, single-volume commemorative edition of ‘The Path to Power’ and ‘The Downing Street Years’; this is Margaret Thatcher in her own words.

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    An extraordinary insider’s account of British foreign policy under Margaret Thatcher by one of her key advisers.

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    Here is the passionate and personal autobiography from former BBC Foreign Correspondent Martin Bell OBE, who was injured whilst reporting from Bosnia during the Civil War.

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    The fascinating true story of the years fighting in the Falklands, and one man's struggle to readjust to ordinary life.

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    Jack Kuper was only nine years old when he came home to find everyone in his family gone, after the Nazis visited his village in rural Poland. This is his story.

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    For years Iain Dale was the unrivalled father of the blogosphere, bringing his readers all the gossip from the Westminster Village with Iain Dale’s Diary. The Blogfather brings together some of Iain Dale's most memorable blogs, showcasing his trademark gossip, humour, and acid tongue.

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    The disarmingly honest autobiography of Jacques Chirac - two time president of France and charismatic international statesman—as he discusses his life, world politics, George W. Bush, and current French president Nicolas Sarkozy.

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    Seb Coe has made every second count. From an early age he has been driven to be the best at everything he does.

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    Margaret Evison attempts to reconcile her own unanswerable sense of loss with the idea that her son died for a good cause whilst leading a patrol in Helmand Province.

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    In this entertaining and engaging memoir, former ambassador Sherard Cowper-Coles lifts the lid on embassy life throughout the world.

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    A Matter of Principle is a riveting memoir and a scathing account of a flawed justice system.

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    Ted and I is a unique portrait of a shared childhood between Gerald Hughes and his younger brother Ted, one of the finest and best-loved poets of modern times.

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    Over forty years of service to the United Nations - the last ten as Secretary-General - Kofi Annan has been at the centre of the major geopolitical events of our time.

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    The autobiography of Jack Straw - an MP for thirty-three years and at the heart of government throughout the longest-serving Labour administration in history

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    Mary Soames documents her fascinating and eventful life as Winston Churchill's daughter and reveals the effects that World War I had on her family.

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    Michael Winner's Tales I Never Told feature stars of film and TV, figures from his personal life and things in general that have amused him and will amuse the reader

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    Here Comes Trouble is Michael Moore’s blistering anti-memoir, a hilarious book tracing the origins of his political rabble-rousing and his early forays into campaigning for change. Michael Mo...

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    Edwina Currie's second volume of diaries, beginning in 1992 with her refusal to serve in John Major’s government

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    Violinist Viktoria Mullova's life is one of striking contrasts and huge challenges. An amazing true story of adventure, fear, love and music.

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    Mary Robinson has spent her life in pursuit of a fairer world. Now, for the first time, she reveals what lies behind the vision, strength and determination that has helped her to achieve so much for human rights around the globe.

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    The story of Peter Hain's courageous, campaigning life, which is intrinsically bound up with the destiny of South Africa.

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    Eva Figes and her family fled the horror of Nazi Germany when Eva was only six, forced to leave behind them friends, relatives and their housemaid, Edith. Ten years later, Edith suddenly re-enters ...

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    It Doesn't Take A Hero is an intensely personal portrait of an American life forged from strongly held ideals tested in the cauldron of war - the triumphant journey of a soldier who set his star by a simple but timeless motto: duty, honour and country.

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    One of the world's best-known radicals relives the early years of the protest movement.

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    Condoleezza Rice's compelling story of eight years serving at the highest levels of government.

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    Margaret Thatcher's last Home Secretary, David Waddington, allows us to glimpse a period of huge importance in British political history

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    Elkie Brooks tells her remarkable story in her own, unique voice.

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    Fizzing with the one-liners and surreal humour for which Milton Jones is famous, this is an authentic, hilarious story of the life of a stand-up comedian.

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    The story of a political extremist who saw the light.

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    A unique insight into the White House and world affairs from the first female in America's history to become Secretary of State.

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    The UK’s leading contemporary historian revisits the grand themes running through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries

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    David Lipsey has moved in the corridors of power for over forty years and here he gives a unique insight into political life.

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    Bodyguard tells the unknown stories behind some of the biggest news and sports events of our time, from the inside out. This is not just another book about life in the danger zones; it is much, much more.

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    In this charming and poignant memoir, the 13th Earl Ferrers – Robert Washington Shirley, farmer, businessman, politician, husband and father – reflects on a life very well lived.

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    In his new memoir, Confessions of a Eurosceptic, David Heathcoat-Amory describes frustrating conversations with his then boss of the Treasury, Kenneth Clarke

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    Ryan O’Neal is the only person who can tell the story behind the headlines of his turbulent relationship with Farrah Fawcett. Both of Us, his only memoir, is everything their relationship was – at once exuberant, sad, and timeless.

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    On the Front Line is a street-view of the historic events that have shaped the last 25 years, from an award-winning foreign correspondent and the outstanding journalist of her generation.

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    This book is David’s personal account of his attack by gunman Raoul Moat and the events surrounding it, including his attendance at the trials of Moat’s henchmen and his concerns at Northumbria police’s alleged mishandling of the situation on the night of the attack.

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    As the UK government conducts its first happiness survey, Alastair Campbell looks at happiness as a political as well as a personal issue

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    A frank, gripping, moving - and controversial - autobiography from one of the most idiosyncratic and effective politicians of the last fifty years.

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    'Charm, truth and humour shine through. This is a rare gem of a political diary.' Ann Widdecombe

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    'When My Husband Does the Dishes is deliciously funny from start to finish. Whether you’re a yummy mummy or a slummy mummy, Kerri Sackville is the ultimate domestic guru – sharp, witty and, above all, reassuring!' – Coleen Nolan

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    This remarkable book looks at the history of war reporting through a century and a half of conflict journalism.

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    It's a good time to be a woman: we have the vote and the Pill, and we haven't been burnt as witches since 1727. However, a few nagging questions do remain...

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    When One Door Closes is the surprisingly funny, dramatic and often poignant story of Britain's most distinguished newsreader. An Iranian Fatwa hanging over him, shot through both legs during the Nigerian Civil War, Sissons has some fascinating stories to tell.

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    In this personal memoir about life at 10 Downing Street, Sarah Brown shares the secrets of living behind the most famous front door in the world.

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    Far from the bloated memoirs of a former government insider, this is the story of a courageous, campaigning life that is intrinsically bound up with the destiny of South Africa.

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    One from the Hart is the story of a resourceful, empowered woman and her atypical celebrity life. Stefanie tells her tale with the candour, wit, and wisdom that have come to embody the woman herself.

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    This first volume of Margaret Thatcher's memoirs, which encompasses the whole of her time as Prime Minister.

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    The extraordinary account of Margaret Thatcher’s life up to her dramatic election as the first woman Prime Minister of England in 1979.

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    Never one for a quiet life, this paperback edition includes the story of Nigel’s extraordinary escape from death in a plane crash on the eve of the 2010 general election, his recovery and return to the leadership of UKIP in November 2010.

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    Steven Berkoff gives the reader a real insight and feeling of what it is like to tread the boards, and the passion, work, and intuition that goes into creating a role.

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    In his acclaimed autobiography, Michael Winner told some stories but kept back a wealth of others, which are recounted here with his customary wit and humour.

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    Originally published in 1971, Harvey’s blow-by-blow account of his spectacular fall from grace is an extraordinary record of a time and its attitudes as well as a poignant reflection of a life caught unexpectedly in scandal.

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    Standing for Something is the record of Mark Seddon's unusual political life and how it was played out on an international stage.

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    'Why I'm Right... And Everyone Else is Wrong' covers the highlights (and lowlights) of life in the political spotlight with humour, warmth and an insider view that's hard to beat.

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    Laura Bush tells the story of her unique path from dusty Midland, Texas to the world stage and the White House.

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    In this eagerly anticipated memoir, former Vice President Dick Cheney delivers an unyielding portrait of American politics over nearly forty years and shares personal reflections on his role as one of the most steadfast and influential statesmen in the history of the USA.

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    The autobiography of Tam Dalyell, former Labour MP and Father of the House.

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    Mr Moon Has Left the Stadium is the hilarious tale of one man’s obsession with football and doing things the right way.

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    The remarkable true story of one man’s journey from the darkness of British fascism, and the astonishing price he had to pay.

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    Decision Points is the extraordinary memoir of America's 43rd president. Shattering the conventions of political autobiography, George W. Bush offers a strikingly candid journey through the defining decisions of his life.

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    PC David Rathband's detailed step-by-step description from the life changing moment he was shot at close range in the face and how he survived and, with great determination and courage, faced the future.

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    Tony Blair's autobiography.

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    This book is more Downton Abbey than 10 Downing Street. It traces Earl Ferrers aristocratic upbringing in the 1930s through to his life immersed in the political world.

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    Peter Mandelson is one of the most influential politicians of modern times. The Third Man is his story – of a life played out in the backroom and then on the frontline of the Labour Party during its unprecedented three terms in government.

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    From the moment he set foot on it, Karl Rove has rocked America’s political stage.

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    When One Door Closes is a hugely entertaining account of the distinguished and popular career of one of television's best-known anchors.

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    This abridged edition of Lord Lawson's memoirs, first published as The View from No.11 in 1992, is acclaimed as one of the best political memoirs of the period.

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    The role of women in our society has changed out of all recognition. But it has changed least in the House of Commons. I want to describe those changes and the resistances to them through the magni...

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    Antonio Negri retells the story of his imprisonment, election, escape from Italy and exile in France.

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    Laugh-out-loud funny, and devastatingly poignant, An Irrational Hatred of Luton is an odyssey through the world of a committed West Ham supporter.

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    John Major’s autobiography is one of the most personal and revealing ever written by a former British Prime Minister. The account of his childhood, rise and fall is candid, scrupulous and unsparing.

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    A champion of democratic renewal through citizen engagement, Deborah Mattinson believes that we must move to new grown up partnership politics if democracy is to thrive.

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    George Orwell was an inveterate keeper of diaries. The Orwell Diaries presents eleven of them.

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    What matters now is the future for those who will live through it. The past is the past but there may be lessons to be learned which could help the next generation to avoid mistakes their parents and grandparents made.

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    This is the autobiography of an old-fashioned Man of Action, an adventurer, to be compared more readily to Fitzroy Maclean than David Steel.

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    Poignant, sad and sometimes overwhelming, this book records Mary's story of the murder of fifty members of her family in the Rwandan Genocide, as well as her life in the aftermath, but also encompasses the painful testimonies of those who survived and shared their memories with her.

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    The book tells of loyalty and treachery in UKIP's own ranks and of his struggle to overcome media preconceptions. It features sometimes hilarious and often terrifying encounters with a stellar supporting cast, including Tony Blair.

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    Funny, fresh and revealing, in 'The Unusual Suspect' is Labour's long-serving MP for Newport West, tells the whole truth of the vanities, triumphs and excesses of the political shark pool.

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    Ashton has had unique access to Hussein's private papers, including his secret correspondence with US, British, and Israeli leaders, and has conducted numerous interviews with members of Hussein's circle and immediate family.

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    Inside Out is the ultimate insider exposé: a no-holds-barred account of the spectacular decline of the most effective party political machine of modern times and an intimate viewpoint into the highly flawed personalities at the heart of government.

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    Screwing Up is not a political memoir but the deeply touching and human story of a man at his wits end, trying to cope with the onset of middle age.

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    This is the newly revised and updated paperback edition of the former Conservative Party Treasurer's personal account of his battle over unsubstantiated claims concerning his business affairs.

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    In this candid memoir, Carol tells us about what it was like to grow up as the 'Milk Snatcher's' daughter, sister of the infamous Mark, living a life she describes as a 'swim-on part in the goldfish bowl'.

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    Rachel Corrie was a young American activist killed on 16 March 2003 as she tried to block the demolition of a Palestinian family’s home in the Gaza Strip. She was twenty-three years old. Let ...

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    Cold Cream is a sparkling autobiography in the great tradition: wonderfully perceptive, exquisitely rendered and bursting with characters and anecdotes of every shade and hue.

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    President Barack Obama's search for the truth of his father's life and attempt reconcile his divided inheritance.

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    In this bestselling book Barack Obama discusses the importance of empathy in politics, his hopes for a different America with different policies, and how the ideals of its democracy can be renewed.

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    At 30, Duncan Bannatyne had no money and was enjoying life on the beaches of Jersey. He saw a story of someone who had made himself a millionaire, and decided to do the same. Five years later he ha...

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    Originally recorded onto tape and now transcribed into a full narrative, with the addition of David Blunkett's contemporary reflections on the political events of the past nine years

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    Hans Georg-Behr’s remarkable account of a childhood spent in Nazi Austria is a powerful indictment of the toll that war takes on children, whichever side they find themselves on. To a five-ye...

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    The autobiography of Roy Jenkins, former Home Secretary and leader of the SDP.

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    Born into a family with a strong, radical dissenting tradition in which enterprise and public service were combined, Tony Benn was taught to believe that the greatest sins in life was to waste time...

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    How do you decide what is a ‘story’ and what isn’t? What does a newspaper editor actually do all day? How do hacks get their scoops? How do the TV stations choose their news bulle...

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    The final volume of Jeffrey Archer’s prison diaries covers the period of his transfer from Wayland to his eventual release on parole in July 2003.

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    Douglas Hurd retired as Foreign Secretary in 1995 after a distinguished career in Government spanning 16 years. As Secretary of State for Ireland, Home Secretary and then six years in the Foreign O...

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