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Smile for the Camera is the devastating exposé of the man who was once Britain’s favourite politician, now revealed as a serial child abuser.
The first analysis of political defections over a long time span.
This biography charts the career and legacy of David Steel, one of the most influential politicians of the second half of the twentieth century
A sensitive, critical and above all insightful portrait of one of the leading political figures of our age.
In The Strange Death of Liberal England George Dangerfield discusses the causes of the decline in the influence of the British Liberal Party in the years 1910 to 1914. Dangerfield argues that four ...
A Welshman among the English, a nonconformist among Anglicans and a self-made man in the patrician corridors of power, David Lloyd George, the last Liberal Prime Minister of Great Britain, was the ...
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...
This is the autobiography of an old-fashioned Man of Action, an adventurer, to be compared more readily to Fitzroy Maclean than David Steel.
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.
Combining sex, romance, family feuds and high politics, If Love Were All... tells a remarkable tale.
The autobiography of Roy Jenkins, former Home Secretary and leader of the SDP.