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Courting Trouble
Courting Trouble Kathy Lette
The sizzling and controversial new novel
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Parliament: The Biography (Volume II - Reform)
Parliament: The Biography (Volume II - Reform) Chris Bryant
Two centuries of reform, revolution and political intrigue in Chris Bryant's epic biography of Parliament
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Entitled Chris Bryant
Exploring the extraordinary social and political dominance enjoyed by the British aristocracy over the centuries, Entitled seeks to explain how a tiny number of noble families rose to such a position in the first place.
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Things Can Only Get Worse?
Things Can Only Get Worse? John O'Farrell
The follow-up to his classic memoir, Things Can Only Get Better: Eighteen Miserable Years in the Life of a Labour Supporter - John O'Farrell takes us on a sometimes hilarious, sometimes heart-breaking rollercoaster ride from the highs of that Labour victory in ‘97 to the lows of Brexit.
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Things Can Only Get Better
Things Can Only Get Better John O'Farrell
The hilarious account of eighteen miserable years in the life of a Labour supporter.
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Freedom Next Time
Freedom Next Time John Pilger
The latest hard-hitting investigative book from John Pilger, the bestselling author of HEROES, HIDDEN VOICES and A SECRET COUNTRY. Fully updated for the paperback edition.
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I Have A Bream
I Have A Bream John O'Farrell
The latest collection of hilarious Guardian columns by the highly acclaimed and bestselling writer, John O'Farrell.
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An Utterly Exasperated History of Modern Britain
An Utterly Exasperated History of Modern Britain John O'Farrell
John O'Farrell is back with his utterly impartial, cantankerous journey through history, bringing us right up to the present day
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The Inheritance
The Inheritance David E Sanger
Every day President Barack Obama receives security briefings on the perilous state of the world he has inherited. Here's yours.
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The World's Most Dangerous Place
The World's Most Dangerous Place James Fergusson
The first authoritative account of the Somali region, its history, and the Islamic extremists operating there today.
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Cruel Crossing
Cruel Crossing Edward Stourton
The secret history of the WW2 escape routes through the Pyrenees from France to Spain: personal stories of endurance, betrayal and remarkable bravery.
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Parliament: The Biography (Volume I - Ancestral Voices)
Parliament: The Biography (Volume I - Ancestral Voices) Chris Bryant
The fascinating and authoritative history of the institution at the cultural heart of Britain
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A Daughter's Tale
A Daughter's Tale Mary Soames
The charming memoir of Winston Churchill's only surviving daughter
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In Your Defence
In Your Defence Sarah Langford
A legal equivalent of Henry Marsh's Do No Harm. A barrister's riveting, insightful account of life at the bar and eleven cases that demonstrate the strengths, weakness and realities of our legal system.
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Extreme Economies
Extreme Economies Richard Davies
Inspiring and thought-provoking, Extreme Economies is filled with lively stories about human experience at society's limits, and the lessons these economic outliers can provide for our future.
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From the Corner of the Oval Office
From the Corner of the Oval Office Beck Dorey-Stein
The compulsively readable, behind-the-scenes memoir that takes readers inside the Obama White House, through the eyes of a young staffer learning the ropes, falling in love and finding her place in the world
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Work Like a Woman
Work Like a Woman Mary Portas
Honest, accessible and entertaining, this is a bold and inspiring vision of the future world of work.
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Auntie's War
Auntie's War Edward Stourton
A BBC R4 Book of the Week for 2018, Edward Stourton vividly recounts the story of the BBC during WW2 and in doing so gives a remarkable portrait of a unique institution, an entirely fresh perspective on the war, and a new insight into broadcasting culture today.
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Hearts And Minds
Hearts And Minds Jane Robinson
'A history book that should be read by all' Stylist. The astonishing, uplifting story of the women's march on London in 1913, one of the most significant but neglected episodes in C20 history.
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