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In these historically turbulent times, the United Kingdom will need a leader for the ages, and with those words the nation's new Prime Minister underlined her commitment to creating a better Britain.

Only the second woman to hold office at 10 Downing Street, Theresa May inherits the most difficult political mandate of recent times: to negotiate Britain's exit from the European Union and re-establish its place in the wider world. She is known as an uncompromising, tenacious and fiercely moral political operator who has risen through the ranks the hard way, through profound competence instead of cronyism. Her premiership promises to overthrow what she calls the 'Nasty Party' image the Conservative Party has brought upon itself through infighting, career-politicking and dishonesty, and restore a steady hand to the tiller of a nation in turmoil. But there is much more to her story than has emerged in the wake of the Brexit vote.

InTheresa May: The Downing Street Revolution, experienced journalist and political observer Virginia Blackburn examines the astonishing career, the politics, and the quite remarkable life, of the woman who is tasked with changing not just the public face of the Conservatives, but the very fabric of the United Kingdom itself.


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  • Paperback, 256 pages
  • John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781786062642
  • 1 September 2016
  • £8.99

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