The Most Accessible Guide to the EU for just £3.50

  • June 17, 2015 13:00
  • Sarah Thrift

What would a 'Brexit' mean for you? 

Paperback RRP: £8.99 Our Price: £6.99
eBook RRP: £5.99 Our Price: £3.50
The most accessible guide to the EU. Yours for just £3.50. 
Should the UK remain a member of the European Union? That's the question we'll be voting on in a referendum scheduled for (before the end of) 2017. Europe: In or Out? is the definitive, unbiased book designed to help you make your mind up. It's time to take a view on one of the biggest decisions facing the UK today.
Read the introduction to Europe: In or Out?
"Charter offers lots of useful facts and figures to help readers make up their mind ... extremely useful." The Economist


Iain Dale's Political Books Podcast

  • June 03, 2015 11:30
  • Sarah Thrift

We're delighted to be hosting the brand new podcast, Iain Dale's Political Books Podcast, on

So far in the series we've published an interview with Gyles Brandreth (writer, broadcaster, former MP and government whip) and Neville Thurlbeck (journalist and former News of the World news editor). We're still working on the sound quality, so bear with us whilst we fine-tune our equipment. We hope you'll agree the quality of the interview more than compensates for this. Don't miss out on the great book offers we'll be doing to coincide with these interviews. Tabloid Secrets is currently on offer for just £10.99. 

The podcast can be listenend to on all major platforms:  

iTunes (press subscribe)

Iain Dale said: "I used to host the LBC Book Club hour, which was highly popular. Unfortunately, it was discontinued last year, so I have decided to start a new podcast, called Iain Dale's Political Books Podcast. The idea is to talk to a political author about their own book and maybe also their three favourite books for anything between 20 minutes and three quarters of an hour. The great thing about podcasts is that they can be as long as I like. In the coming weeks you’ll be able to hear me talk to Andrew Marr, Michael Dobbs, Stanley Johnson, James Bartholomew, Vicky Pryce, and Eliza Filby. Let me know if there are any authors you’d like "

Listen to the latest podcast:


How to Be in Parliament : Two Must-reads

  • May 29, 2015 13:00
  • Sarah Thrift

Parliament has re-opened, and it's time for everyone to start settling down to the job at hand. We've got two great how-tos to get you started...

By Paul Flynn
Foreword by John Bercow
Paperback RRP: £12.99 Our Price: £9.99
eBook RRP: £10.99 Our Price: £5.99

Paul Flynn's inimitable guide makes ideal reading for the new recruits, and for anyone else who is puzzled about what to expect from their recently elected Member of Parliament. Witty, smart and terribly funny, this popular read is on offer for a limited time only, so get yours quick! Paul Flynn has covered all the essentials, including how to eat and drink, how to be a conduit, and how to climb the greasy pole. Read a sample from How to Be an MP

"Magnificently rude." Daily Mail


How to Be a Minister: A 21st-Century Guide

By John Hutton & Leigh Lewis
Hardback RRP: £18.99 Our Price: £12.99
eBook RRP: £15.99 Our Price: £9.99
Shortlisted for The Paddy Power Political Book Awards 2015
This book is an invaluable read for ambitious MPs, as well as an important companion for those who've already reached ministerial status. Experienced parliamentarians Hutton and Lewis reveal the key challenges faced by ministers in the twenty-first century, and provide an unrivalled insight for the every-reader. 
Coming soon: 
In the Thick of ItHow to Be a Parliamentary Staffer 
By Robert Dale


A Trip Around the World of Welfare

  • May 01, 2015 13:00
  • Sarah Thrift

The Welfare of Nations
By James Bartholomew

Hardback RRP: £20.00 Our Price: £13.49
eBook RRP: £16.99 Our Price: £10.99

Travelling across the globe to seek examples from other welfare models, James Bartholomew's intelligent new book explores the options for improving Britain's welfare system. Bartholomew seeks to answer the dilemma he posed in The Welfare State We're In with this thoroughly researched tome. Take the World Quiz.

As featured in the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail and City A.M.

WIN: To win a copy of both books, simply email us with your results from the quiz. We'll select a winner next week.

"A must-read for anyone who wants to understand the political argument of the years to come." Fraser Nelson


7 Days to Decide

  • April 29, 2015 13:00
  • Sarah Thrift

There's still time to read your election favourites on your eReader...

Tick tock. Tick tock. Time is running out for candidates, decision-makers and pollsters too. There is still the chance to make the most of our great 2015 general election offers though. We've got eBooks for as low as £3.99, so don't miss out. Don't forget to check out the rest of our GE2015 recommended reads.