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From whistleblower Christopher Wylie, the definitive story of the Brexit coup, the making of Bannon's America, and an ongoing crime against democracy.
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Peter Riddell explores what it means to be a minister in the British Government.
Polarisation is often invoked as proof that our societies are broken but what if it's really the system working as intended?
David Runciman grapples with how character defines and limits the holders of the highest offices in the UK and America.
A candid and revealing memoir from one of politics' great survivors - National MP, Judith Collins.
Judges are meant to interpret laws but, increasingly, they make them.
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Whether seen as a bumbling buffoon or a charismatic leader, no one can deny Boris has a ready wit and a flamboyant way with words.
A gripping true crime account of radicalisation in Britain - and how it can be prevented.
5 rules for rebellion from the Founding Leader of the Women's Equality Party.
A memorial collection of writings by the murdered young journalist Lyra McKee - from viral articles to unpublished material - that celebrates her life, work and creative legacy: one that will live on.