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Invisible Women
Invisible Women Caroline Criado Perez
An exciting and ground-breaking work of journalism and activism about women, and the systemic discrimination caused by a data gap that affects half the population – from an award-winning writer and feminist campaigner, who got a woman on our banknotes and a statue of Millicent Fawcett in Parliament Square
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Manufacturing Consent
Manufacturing Consent Noam Chomsky, Edward S Herman
A detailed and compelling political study of how elite forces shape mass media
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A Quiet Word
A Quiet Word Tamasin Cave, Andy Rowell
An explosive and revelatory account about the British lobbying industry and how it affects us all at every level of our lives.
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Money
Money Felix Martin
Money was one of man’s greatest inventions. But we have become its slaves. Felix Martin takes us to the heart of society’s misunderstanding of money and sets us straight.
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Discordia
Discordia Laurie Penny, Molly Crabapple
DISCORDIA: the first feminist-art-gonzo-journalism ebook ever published, and the best you'll ever read.
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Free Ride
Free Ride Robert Levine
Do you read newspapers online? Own a kindle? Download television programmes so you can skip the adverts? Free Ride explores the implications for modern culture of all these activities and asks how businesses can fight back against the expectation that everything we value should be available for free.
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Over Here and Undertaxed: Multinationals, Tax Avoidance and You
Over Here and Undertaxed: Multinationals, Tax Avoidance and You Richard Murphy
Tax: inevitable for you, optional for Starbucks? Tax expert and blogger Richard Murphy explores how and why multinational companies in the UK are allowed to legally avoid corporation tax while debt rises and public services are cut - and what needs to be done about it.
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The Tunnel Through Time
The Tunnel Through Time Gillian Tindall
The doyenne of London history travels over and under our great capital to reveal the layers of human existence underlying the Crossrail route as the new line through the heart of London takes shape
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How Music Got Free
How Music Got Free Stephen Witt
One accidental mastermind, one king-pin, two geniuses, and what happens when an entire generation commits the same crime.
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The Song Machine
The Song Machine John Seabrook
How do you make a song a global smash hit that is guaranteed to make $millions? Read The Song Machine, and find out
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Cryptocurrency
Cryptocurrency Paul Vigna, Michael J. Casey
1988 saw the birth of the internet. 2008 gave us bitcoin. Today, cybercurrencies are changing the world we live in.
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Easternisation
Easternisation Gideon Rachman
The West’s domination of world politics is coming to a close. The flow of wealth and power is turning from West to East and a new era of global instability has begun.
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The Swordfish and the Star
The Swordfish and the Star Gavin Knight
Gavin Knight has caught the stories of the Cornish fishermen – and their difficult, dramatic existence at the end of our land
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The Beauty Myth (Vintage Feminism Short Edition)
The Beauty Myth (Vintage Feminism Short Edition) Naomi Wolf
Naomi Wolf's urgent and important exposé of the cult of beauty in abridged, accessible form.
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Designing Your Life
Designing Your Life Bill Burnett, Dave Evans
This really works! In book form for the first time, the simple, scientifically proven method that has already changed thousands of lives
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How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings
How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings Sarah Cooper
A hilarious tongue-in-cheek guide for women about how to get ahead in the workplace
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And the Weak Suffer What They Must?
And the Weak Suffer What They Must? Yanis Varoufakis
The world-renowned economist and former Greek finance minister presents a devastating critique of how Europe has mishandled the Eurozone crisis, offering concrete reforms for how we can save European capitalism and democracy from itself
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My Life, Our Times
My Life, Our Times Gordon Brown
This long-awaited, revelatory memoir from Britain’s former Prime Minister offers vital insights into our extraordinary times
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Magnum
Magnum Russell Miller
'The best account of the reality of photo-journalism I have ever read. . An ultra-enjoyable book. . . sheer delight. ' John Simpson, Daily Telegraph.
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One Market Under God
One Market Under God Tom Frank
'A passionate, bracingly irreverent and always hugely readable lexicon of the political cant of the past decade' Independent
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The Nudist On The Lateshift
The Nudist On The Lateshift Po Bronson
Bestselling author Po Bronson tells the true story of the greatest legal creation of wealth in the history of the world, and the people in the Silicon Valley who are making it happen.
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Uncertain Vision
Uncertain Vision Georgina Born
A unique and controversial portrait of the BBC based on unparalleled access to all ranks of the corporation.
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Tell Me No Lies
Tell Me No Lies John Pilger
An incisive anthology of investigative journalism, edited and introduced by the bestselling reporter and film-maker John Pilger.
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Unreasonable Behaviour
Unreasonable Behaviour Don McCullin
'He has known all forms of fear, he's an expert in it. He has come back from God knows how many brinks, all different. His experience in a Ugandan prison alone would be enough to unhinge another man - like myself, as a matter of fact - for good. He has been forfeit more times than he can remember, he says. But he is not bragging. Talking this way about death and risk, he seems to be implying quite consciously that by testing his luck each time, he is testing his Maker's indulgence' John Le Carr-
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