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Look Where You're Going

by Paddy Briggs Biteback Publishing (July 05, 2018)

Look Where You’re Going has unique insights into political decision-making in an area which was, and is, a political football. But above all it shows how one man’s intellectual power combined with a special...


The Good Friday Agreement

by Siobhan Fenton Biteback Publishing (May 24, 2018)

Twenty years after the Good Friday Agreement, although Northern Irish politics has avoided returning to the bloodshed of the Troubles, by every other metric it has objectively failed. The botched parliament...


Collapse

by Ian Kearns Biteback Publishing (April 17, 2018)

It is now commonplace to hear people say the EU is embroiled in an existential crisis. Indeed, Brexit may mean the process of EU disintegration has already begun. However, while much political and journalistic...


The End of British Party Politics?

by Roger Awan-Scully Biteback Publishing (April 05, 2018)

Elections ask voters to choose between political parties. But voters across the UK are increasingly being presented with fundamentally different, and largely disconnected, sets of political choices. This book...


The Lost Majority

by Michael Ashcroft Biteback Publishing (September 29, 2017)

The 2017 general election was supposed to be a walkover for the Conservative Party – but the voters had other ideas.

In The Lost Majority, Lord Ashcroft draws on his unique research to explain why the thumping...


How to Be a Civil Servant

by Martin Stanley Biteback Publishing (April 19, 2016)

Although it is seldom recognised as such by the public, the civil service is a profession like any other. The UK civil service employs 400,000 people across the country, with over 20,000 students and graduates...