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An astute analysis of the relationship between politics, government and climate change.
The memoirs of the record-breaking runner, the first man to run a mile in under four minutes.
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.
In this indispensable new book, Winston provides ten crucial strategies for leaders and companies ready to move boldly forward and win in this new reality.
The first book to give a collective voice to the protest against sexism, from @EverydaySexism.
A brilliant, compelling, and innovative study of contemporary China and one of the most important sociological inquiries into the political economy of gender.
Charting the rise of the working class, through two world wars to their fall in Thatcher's Britain and today, Todd tells their story for the first time, in their own words in this vivid history of a revolutionary century and the people who really made Britain great.
In this wide-ranging survey of political leadership over the past hundred years, Archie Brown challenges the widespread belief that strong leaders are the most successful and admirable arguing that the advantages of a collegial style of leadership are too often overlooked.
A nostalgic piece of fiction set in 50s Liverpool. An absolute must read for anyone who loves a good family saga.
For many it was Halifax, not Churchill, who was the natural choice for Britain's war leader. Drawing on private documents, this acclaimed biography reappraises one of Britain's most influential and controversial politicians of the 1930s.
Second World War fighter pilot Eric Carter is one of only four surviving members of a secret mission, code-named 'Force Benedict'. Sanctioned by Winston Churchill in 1941, Force Benedict was dispatched to defend Murmansk, the USSR's only port not under Nazi occupation.
Lawrence Hamilton investigates why, despite South Africa's successful transition to democracy, political freedom for the majority remains elusive.
A look at the questions that must be asked and the realities that must be faced ahead of the 2014 referendum.
The plan to ensure Britain's success in changing world order, brought to you by Reform Research Trust.
A whole new take on the social phenomena of East meets West. Hendrie creates a personal and insightful account of the connections between the West and other cultures, unearthing hidden truths about the global village
A triumphant story of a remarkable young woman's journey through the darkness of the 1994 genocide of Rwanda.
A political thriller with a gripping environmental theme, The Rule of 72 will be enjoyed by fans of complex suspense novels.
A charmingly witty book showing the often overlooked mundane side of London.
Thama Lobel's lively, thoughtful book will reframe your view of how our minds work and how we become who we are
Morris dissects humanity's history of warfare to draw startling conclusions about our future and shows how, in the very long term, war has in fact been a good thing.
To MI5 he was known as Garbo. To the Abwehr, he was Alaric - and 27 other names. He was the greatest double agent in history.
The AMS Guide to Climate Change is the authoritative book for one of most important issues for our society: climate change.
This re-interpretation of twentieth century history and its trajectory provides a unique contribution to left and radical thinking and political practice.
A compelling read about what's really going on with your money.
Andrew Palmer here provides the historical background to the new piracy.
The word 'apartheid' evokes the ideology of racial segregation which dominated South Africa for so many years. Yet opinion-formers, including former US President Jimmy Carter, are increasingly using the word 'apartheid' to describe the situation of Arabs in Israel and the Occupied Territories.
Frantz Fanon is best known as one of the leading twentieth-century political thinkers and activists against colonialism and imperialism and as the author of the iconic book "Wretched of the Earth".
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.
Fred Metcalf builds on the success of his bestselling series of quotations books for Penguin to produce classic, far-ranging volumes of humorous quotes on just about every subject you will ever need
Why do people work for other people? This seemingly naive question is at the heart of Lordon’s argument. To complement Marx’s partial answers, especially in the face of the disconcertin...
One of Britain’s leading lawyers gives a history of Catholic sex abuse scandals in England.
The Wars of Reconstruction is a major and provocative contribution to American history.
Roger Bushell was 'Big X', mastermind of the mass breakout from Stalag Luft III in March 1944, immortalised in the Hollywood film The Great Escape. Very little was known about Bushell until 2011, when his family donated his private papers - a treasure trove of letters, photographs and diaries - to the Imperial War Museum.
Roy Jenkins's career spans the full half-century from Attlee to Tony Blair, his biography is the story of an exceptionally well-filled and well-rounded life.
Second only to China as the fastest growing major economy in the world, India is standing on the brink of a new era. Delving into many of the country's most troublesome issues, this book discovers signs of new and vigorous life and a deep desire for change.
More Powerful Than Dynamite charts how anarchist anger, progressive idealism, and plutocratic influence converged in the New York July 4th explosion.
This compelling biography examines the lives of Tsar Nicholas II's four daughters up until their brutal murder.
Telling the story of our greatest national institution,this is a wonderful, wry view of the history of parliament "from the inside".
Absolutely everything you need to know about the EU, ahead of the European elections 2014.
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.
An account of the goings on in France 1813-1814.
Five years into capitalism’s deepest crisis, which has led to cuts and economic pain across the world, Against Austerity addresses a puzzling aspect of the current conjuncture: why are the ri...
Twenty years on from the fall of apartheid in South Africa, veteran analyst and activist John S. Saul examines the liberation struggle, placing it in a regional and global context and looking at ho...
Ford and Goodwin analyse the rising popularity of UKIP in British politics.
A raucous and salacious romp through Westminster with the hilarious Jerry Hayes.