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    An accessible guide to voting Conservative in the 2015 elections.

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    A critical reassessment of Enoch Powell's legacy, now in paperback.

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    The definitive guide to the 2015 general election, brought to you by politicos.co.uk.

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    The revelatory inside story of Britain's coalition government, with unprecedented access to all the major senior figures.

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    In the modern media age politicians are never far away from scandal, it seems. This powerful book tells the story from the politician’s point-of-view.

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    A fantastic selection of essays, edited by Charles Clarke, that explore those difficult issues that politicians try to avoid.

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    A critical analysis of the Coalition governments austerity measures since their election in May 2010, drawing on hundreds of hours of first-person interviews.

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    A broad examination into the British Conservative Party, reviewing its competence as a governing force over the past sixty five years.

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    A pocket guide to everything that is wrong, funny or downright insane about the green movement.

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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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    Follow a year in the life of one small district branch of beleaguered Conservatives in this hilarious send-up.

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

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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 Free Market Revolution, the keepers of Ayn Rand's legacy argue that the answer to our current economic woes lies not in "trickle-down government" but in Rand's inspiring philosophy of capitalism and self-interest - a philosophy that more and more people are turning to for answers.

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    Churchill's Bomb is an original and controversial book which reveals a little-known side of Britain's great war-leader.

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    Matthew d'Ancona's In It Together is the revelatory inside story of Britain's coalition government.

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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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    The ultimate collection of political quotations.

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    More than 2,000 key quotations from important figures in conservative political history and thought

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    Bobby Friedman introduces us to the big businesses, eccentric loners, fraudsters and dodgy wheeler-dealers who are rubbing shoulders against some of the most senior politicians in the country - with disturbing consequences for our democracy.

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    Here, Andrew Marr provides the only modern account of the distinctive story of Scottish politics, from the collapse of Liberalism and the rise of radical Labour, to more recent Tory agonies and the complexities of contemporary Nationalism.

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    A genuinely new biography of Churchill, focusing on his contradictory and lifelong relationship with the British Empire.

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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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    In these pages, Peter Clarke follows Churchill's monumental quest to chronicle the English-Speaking Peoples - a quest that helped to define the enduring 'special relationship' between Britain and America.

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    In this penetrating new study, Harvard University's Theda Skocpol and Vanessa Williamson go beyond images of protesters in Colonial costumes to provide a nuanced portrait of the Tea Party. What they find is sometimes surprising.

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    An important, non-partisan book for our times, examining minutely but constructively why government spending ultimately fails the taxpayer.

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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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    The Senate of the mid twentieth century, which was venerated by journalists, historians, and senators alike, is today but a distant memory. Electioneering on the Senate floor, playing games with th...

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    Conservatism has been the most important political doctrine in the United States for nearly four decades. It has dominated the intellectual debate and largely set the policy agenda, even during years of Democratic electoral control. But 21st century conservatism has moved far beyond even the Reagan Revolution of small government, lower taxes and a respect for tradition.

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    In this absorbing new biography Conservative MP Jesse Norman gives us Edmund Burke anew, vividly depicting his dazzling intellect, imagination and empathy against the rich tapestry of 18th century Europe.

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    Tony Wright's Very Short Introduction to British Politics is an interpretative essay on the British political system, rather than an abbreviated textbook on how it currently works.

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    Illustrated tribute to Margaret Thatcher, who passed away in April 2013, with text by internationally renowned contributors

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    In this readable and accessible book, leading UKIP politician Gerard Batten looks at the constitutional issues surrounding Britain's membership of the European Union.

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    Representing Europeans takes a fresh and quizzical look at the problems facing the European Union. Bringing decades of experience to bear on the deep, structural problems currently facing the EU, Richard Rose spells out why it can no longer carry on with integration by stealth.

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    A thematic history of the Conservative Party.

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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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    David Boyle examines the key moments in political history that led to the downfall of the middle classes and questions whether their prestige can ever be revived.

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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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    This book pulls together some of the overarching themes set to define the early part of the twenty-first century – the shift of power eastwards, disillusionment with capitalism and the political class and the impact of colossal Western debt.

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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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    How Europe shapes British public policy examines the development of the EU as a sectarian issue in the UK. This book gives new and essential insights for students and practitioners of politics, governance and international relations.

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    In this remarkable collection, Gillian Shephard – who herself served as a minister under Margaret Thatcher – brings together a group of contributors with experience of working with the Iron Lady

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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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    But, as Richard Aldous argues in this penetrating dual biography, Reagan and Thatcher clashed repeatedly. With the stakes high, these political titans struggled to work together to confront the greatest threat of their time: the USSR.

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    In the first thirty years of the nineteenth century - when the Whig party was almost constantly out of office - the home of the third Lord Holland became the unofficial centre of the Opposition.

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    The inside story of the campaign to put Boris Johnson back into power as London Mayor told by one of the top members of his campaign team who was at Borisʼs side throughout.

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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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    Since the 1970s, conservative activists have invoked free markets and distrust of the federal government as part of a concerted effort to roll back environmental regulations. They have promoted a p...

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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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    How did American and British policymakers become so enamored with free markets, deregulation, and limited government? This book—the first comprehensive transatlantic history of the rise of ne...

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    First single-authored political science treatment of the Conservative Party since 1945. Provides a 360-degree view of the Party over half of a century under seven leaders .

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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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    Law, Legislation and Liberty is Hayek's major statement of political philosophy and one of the most ambitious yet subtle defences of a free market society ever written.

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    Margaret Thatcher is the most quoted British political leader since Winston Churchill and in this unique collection of quotations are the most memorable.

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    .The issues which this book explores are central to an understanding of the development of the twentieth century Conservative party, the emergence of a national political culture, and the problems of a sustained period of coalition.

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    This book assesses the impact of the Thatcher era on class and gender and situates Thatcherism within the Cold War, the end of Empire and the rise of an Anglo-American 'New Right'. Drawing on the latest available sources, it opens a wide-ranging debate about the Thatcher era and its place in modern British history.

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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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    William F. Buckley Jr., was the foremost architect of the conservative movement that swept the American political landscape from the 1960s to the early 2000s.

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    A critical reassessment of Enoch Powell's legacy, 100 years after his birth

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    The Politics of Coalition is the tale of two parties embarking on the first coalition government at Westminster for over 60 years. What challenges did they face in the first couple of years, and how did they deal with them?

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    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 ...

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

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    If global warming isn’t real then how come the ice caps are melting? Why would all the world’s top scientists lie to us? James Delingpole has all the answers – and they’re not the ones Al Gore would like you to hear.

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    Think Tank is the astonishing and engaging story of how a handful of motivated individuals, without any backing or resources except their own conviction, managed to create the Adam Smith Institute, which has played a role in the transformation of a country.

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    An extraordinary exposé of the political depravities and media-proliferated inequalities of the entire electoral process, The Palin Effect sheds light on an ugly phase of American politics hell bent on slander and spurious belittling.

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    In Green Philosophy, Roger Scruton argues that conservatism is far better suited to tackle environmental problems than either liberalism or socialism

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    A one volume biography of Margaret Thatcher

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    This 3 CD boxed set contains extracts from Margaret Thatcher's speeches over five decades and lasting for more than two and a half hours

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    The history of the Conservative party has, extraordinarily, rarely been written in a single volume for the general reader.

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    Originally published in 1960, The Constitution of Liberty delineates and defends the principles of a free society and traces the origin, rise, and decline of the rule of law.

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    'This book demolishes the unjustified stereotype of Tory views of the past and takes gay rights out of the party-political debate. It brilliantly charts the realignment of the party’s social attitudes.

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    The Future of Conservatism presents radical policy suggestions from a wide range of MPs and political thinkers to present a contemporary blueprint for a Conservative Britain.

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    Featuring cartoons by Hoby, this book contains a selection of the very finest Borisisms.

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    Written by five new Tory MPs, this is a book about the future of the United Kingdom and the future direction of the Conservative Party.

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    Gridlock Nation looks at the timeless problems faced in transport; from traffic jams in Rome to Victorian road rage.

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    Margaret Thatcher brings her unrivalled political experience to bear on the challenges of the new millennium.

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    ‘If you just set out to be liked, you will be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and would achieve nothing’ Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister of Great Britain between 1979 and 1990....

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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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    Does the Coalition government represent a new politics in Britain, or is the new government just the same old Tories hiding behind an opportunist pact with the Liberal Democrats? Does Cameron diffe...

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    This book provides the first detailed analysis of the ideas and policies of the Cameron-Clegg government. It covers the period from the May 2010 General Election and its outcome, through the formation of the coalition, to publication of the coalition's Programme for Government, and its 20 October 2010 Spending Review.

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    With the Conservative Party breaking new ground in forming a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats, this book examines the development and content of the Conservatives' approaches to soci...

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    The Conservatives are back—but how did they do it and what took them so long? What happened between the party’s decision to dump one of the world’s most iconic leaders, Margaret T...

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    5 Days To Power gives the first full account of the negotiations that led to the political earthquake of a Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government.

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    22 Days in May is the first detailed Liberal Democrat insider account of the negotiations which led to the formation of the Lib Dem/Conservative coalition government in May 2010.

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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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    A formidable and largely self-trained orator, this volume collects together Margaret Thatcher's greatest and most famous speeches, as well as the cream of her interviews, alongside other biographical material.

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    On 7 May 2010, British politics entered a revolutionary new era. With the election of the first hung parliament since 1974, Britain now finds itself in the unfamiliar world of coalition government....

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    In these extended versions of the interviews which appeared in Total Politics, Iain Dale reveals new sides to the politicians we love and love to hate.

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    Lifting the lid on the most captivating story in British politics today, ‘Back from the Brink’ charts the Conservative Party's remarkable journey from the political wilderness to the threshold of power.

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    Minority Verdict follows Lord Ashcroft’s influential analysis of the 2005 election campaign, Smell the Coffee: A Wake-Up Call for the Conservative Party, which called for the party to modernise and re-engage with voters having come to be seen as untrustworthy and out of touch.

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    'Which Way's Up?' is a wide-ranging examination of the problems (and solutions) facing Britain, from one of the government's most important movers and shakers.

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    This is a smart, opinionated appreciation of the woman who rescued Great Britain from Socialism and proved that American-style conservatism could work around the world. Great Britain in the 1970s a...

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    The earth's resources are finite, climate change threatens to dramatically transform how and where we live, and the global economic system is in disarray. One way or another we have to change. In this brilliant and timely book Zac Goldsmith argues here for the creation of what he calls 'a constant economy'.

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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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    This is the countdown to the formation of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition as told by one of Westminster's most seasoned observers

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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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    This collection gives a thoughtful insight into the Conservative Party's modern political history.

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    The book is essential reading for undergraduates in social policy, sociology, social work, politics and citizenship, providing an understanding of the concept of citizenship in relation to UK, EU and global welfare institutions and covering a range of philosophical, historical and contemporary welfare debates and issues

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    Conventional politics is at crossroads. Amid recession, depression, poverty, increasing violence and rising inequality, our current politics is exhausted and inadequate. This book argues that only a radical new political settlement can tackle the problems we face.

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    In these concise, accessible volumes, expert politicos put forward the case for each of the main political parties, exploring their policies, personnel, and commitments and looking at how each is likely to address issues facing the country.

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    Britain’s first female prime minister remains a political figure of almost mythical proportions. Margaret Thatcher divided a political nation, became a cultural icon, and was the longest-serv...

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    This lively book traces the development of American conservatism from Alexander Hamilton and Daniel Webster to William F. Buckley, Jr. and Irving Kristol.

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    The Government is spending more than £5 for every £4 it raises in taxes, racking up hundreds of billions in new debts. The recession has exposed the parlous state of the public finances. Politician...

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    This book was written as the prequel to the anticipated Conservative victory in the general election expected in May 2010 and draws on Zetter's unrivalled experience as an author and political consultant.

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    Unquestionably a phenomenon of the 20th century’s political landscape both in Britain and the wider world, Margaret Thatcher’s significance in Britain’s social history is consider...

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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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    Love her or hate her, there is no escaping the impact Margaret Thatcher had on post-war Scottish politics.

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    ‘Clear, analytical and compelling: it has all the virtues of a book written by a very clever, very cross man’ The Economist

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    Written at a time when most of Europe supported the French Revolution, Edmund Burke’s prescient and, at the time, controversial denunciation of its mob rule predicted the Terror, began the modern conservative tradition and still serves as a warning to those who seek to reshape societies through violence.

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    A Political Suicide gives an insider’s account of the Conservative Party’s extraordinary journey from the victory of Margaret Thatcher in 1979 to the humiliating defeat of 1997 and beyo...

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    The second edition of this successful text has been thoroughly updated to take into account recent research, and now begins at 1830. Charmley examines the history of the party and takes the story t...

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    Focussing on how the Romans made Europe work as a homogenous civilisation and looking at why we are failing to make the EU work in modern times, this is an authoritative and amusing study from bestselling author Boris Johnson.

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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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    In David Cameron’s review of the first edition of this book, he praised its ‘road map for a sustained Conservative recovery’ and is now following its prescription, leading to a su...

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    Drawing extensively on political memoirs, Thatcher and Thatcherism surveys the origins and impact of ‘Thatcherism’ as a cultural construct and an economic creed. Focusing on the career ...

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    A biography of Winston Churchill's extraordinary life.

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