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A provocative and entertaining exploration of the country that Britons love to hate by one of our most respected journalists.
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A biting and original history which places culture front and centre to explain how our country went to pieces
Format: Hard Cover
First book on Covid-19 by a scientist on SAGE, assessing how the government 'followed the science'.
A groundbreaking exploration of the difficult decisions Britain faces outside the EU in a fast-changing world.
'A roadmap that could turn Africa's potential into prosperity.' - President Cyril RamaphosaWhat stops Africa, with its abundant natural resources, from capitalising on its boundless potential?
A fascinating and in-depth insight into the extraordinary career of one of our most important politicians, who was instrumental in shaping the development of Aotearoa New Zealand.
What is the right relationship between the law and politics, judges and politicians?
A memorial collection of writings by the murdered young journalist Lyra McKee - from viral articles to unpublished material - that celebrates her life, work and creative legacy: one that will live on.
'An antidote to the rising tide of despair' - The Herald
When the art of government itself is changing, the old political divisions no longer make sense.