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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.
*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.
Illustrated tribute to Margaret Thatcher, who passed away in April 2013, with text by internationally renowned contributors
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.
The Big Government way of doing things, argues Douglas Carswell, is coming to an end, but it is about to give way to something vastly better.
Ed Miliband is perhaps the least understood political leader of modern times. This book reveals where he has come from and where he is going.
The funniest, wittiest and most cutting one line jokes from around the world, collected together in one immaculate collection!
This biography charts the career and legacy of David Steel, one of the most influential politicians of the second half of the twentieth century
Edwina Currie's second volume of diaries, beginning in 1992 with her refusal to serve in John Major’s government
Andrew Adonis' quest to transform England’s schools and his ambition to make English education truly world class.
The story of Peter Hain's courageous, campaigning life, which is intrinsically bound up with the destiny of South Africa.
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.