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.

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"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.


Last-Minute Election Deals

  • April 24, 2015 16:00
  • Sarah Thrift

There are now just under two weeks to go until decision day. Twitter has been entertaining us with #milifandom and #cameronettes, no one can stop themselves from talking about the SNP, and we are all getting jolly impatient. To tide you over, we have decided to offer a few last-minute deals on our essential election reading. Quick... Time is running out!

Still keen to get hold of your copy of The Politicos Guide to the 2015 General Election? Order today for £12.99. Alternatively, get the eBook for just £8.99Seat by Seat is available for £1.49 too.






Introducing The Politicos Guide to the New House of Commons 2015 edited by Tim Carr and Iain Dale ––This detailed analysis will be printed immediately following the election. Containing lists and bios of the new 2015 intake, as well as a thorough consideration of the results, this will make essential reading. RRP: £19.99 





The Why Vote 2015 series has proved a popular way to decide who you'll be voting for two weeks from now. The good news is there's still time to pick up a copy of your favourite for only £5. Want to start reading now? The eBooks are on offer for just £3.99 until May 7th. 



19 Days to Decide

  • April 17, 2015 16:00
  • Sarah Thrift

Be Your Own Politician: Why It's Time for a New Kind of Politics

By Paul Twivy

Paperback RRP: £9.99  Our Price: £6.99
eBook RRP: £6.99         Our Price: £4.50
Disempowered, disillusioned and drained: that's how people will be feeling as they approach the ballot box on May 7th. It's time for desperate changes to our political system; time to make way for a new kind of politics. Paul Twivy encourages much-needed change in this rousing call-to-arms. Read the introduction here
Be Your Own Politician is currently available on our two-week price promise. Make the most of our special offer today. 
Browse our GE2015 reading selection now. Tweet us what you're reading with #GEreads.


In the News

  • April 13, 2015 16:30
  • Sarah Thrift

Relevant reads brought to you by Politicos

Ready for Hillary? Portrait of a President in Waiting

By Robin Renwick

HB RRP £17.99 Our Price £12.99

eBook RRP £13.99 Our Price £9.99

It's official! Hillary Clinton is running for President in 2016. Hillary Clinton announced the news on Sunday via social media, and the papers are already awash with campaign stories. Concise, illuminating and clever, Renwick's book is a must-read for all those interested in American politics. A vivid portrait of the would-be leader. 

Read the prologue to Ready for Hillary?                                              

Watch Hillary's campaign video on YouTube

An Inconvenient Genocide: Who Now Remembers the Armenians?

By Geoffrey Robertson QC

HB RRP £20.00 Our Price £14.99 

eBook RRP £20.00 Our Price £9.99

Pope Francis reiterated the words of his predecessor, Pope John Paul II, in Rome on Saturday, referring to the deaths of up to 1.5 million Armenian Christians in 1915 as 'genocide'. Geoffrey Robertson QC has penned an award-winning book on the subject entitled: An Inconvenient Genocide. We'd throughly recommend this bold, compelling read. 

"One of the greatest legal minds on the international stage forces a shameful but inconvenient truth upon the world. A shocking indictment." Helena Kennedy QC

Both books are currently available cheaper from us than from any other retailer, so don't miss out. Order your copy today.