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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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    Jonathan Aitken knew Margaret Thatcher for forty years. He was a member of her Cabinet and for much of the time a family friend. This book is the nearest anyone has got to date to getting under Margaret's Thatcher's skin

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    In this powerful, bestselling biography, John Campbell shows us a nation undergoing a social and psychological revolution and, at its centre, a man of vision and integrity whose legacy will shape British history for decades to come.

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    In this engaging reassessment, Douglas Hurd and Edward Young explore the paradoxes at the centre of Disraeli's 'two lives': a dandy and gambler on the one hand, a devoted servant and favourite Prime Minister of the Queen on the other.

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    This is the first volume of Charles Moore’s authorised biography of Margaret Thatcher, published immediately following her funeral.

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

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    Most people today think of Winston Churchill as simply the wartime British bulldog - a jowly, cigar-chomping old fighter demanding blood, sweat and tears from his nation. But the well-known story of the elder statesman has overshadowed an earlier part of his life that is no less fascinating, and that has never before been fully told.

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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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    In 1919, Nancy Astor became the first woman to take a seat in Parliament. This is her story.

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    The story of George Osborne's extraordinary ascent to power: a journey driven by luck, guile, resilience, risk-taking and searing ambition.

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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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    First volume of Harold Macmillan's revealing diaries

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    Abridged into one volume.

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    The second volume of one of the most entertaining and illuminating political diaries of the twentieth century, covering Harold Macmillan's years as Prime Minister

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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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    A fully updated edition of the first major biography of David Cameron – now covering his first years as Prime Minister and leader of the coalition government.

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

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    A major and controversial new biography of one of the most compelling and contradictory figures in modern British life. Born Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, to most of us he is just ‘Boris’

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    A fully updated edition of Gimson's 2006 biography, with new material covering Boris's years as Mayor of London.

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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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    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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    This is the first biography of the eccentric Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow. It asks the question to what extent the media attention he is attracting is part of the shift in Brita...

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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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    Noel Skelton's thinking on property ownership, in particular, became the cornerstone of at first Macmillan's, then Eden's, and even Douglas-Home s policy making on housing in the post-war era.

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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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    The unknown life of Alan Clark, celebrated diarist, womaniser, Tory MP and controversial minister in Mrs Thatcher's governments.

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    The masterly official biography of Britain's former prime minister who arguably changed the lives of the British people more fundamentally than any prime minister since Winston Churchill.

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    Pre-eminent military historian Max Hastings presents Winston Churchill as he has never been seen before.

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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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    "Conflict of Loyalty" is the life story of one of the most important figures in British politics in the late 20th century. In a frontbench career spanning twenty years, Geoffrey Howe served in ...

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    Homes for Votes, three cemeteries at five pence apiece, the missing Tesco millions and a gold toilet seat - plus a procession of camels, pay-as-you-go toilets and a large plastic bin called Mr Clea...

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    The critically acclaimed biography of a man who was described by Margaret Thatcher as representing ‘all that was best of his generation’. Alec Douglas-Home gave service to the nation o...

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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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    A biography of Winston Churchill's extraordinary life.

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