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Why We Get The Wrong Politicians

Author : Isabel Hardman
ISBN : 9781782399742
Genre : Political Science
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Winner at the 2018 Parliamentary Book Awards Shortlisted for the 2018 Waterstones Book of the Year Longlisted for the Orwell Prize, 2019 ____________ Daily Telegraph's Best Books of the Year, 2018 Guardian's Best Books of the Year, 2018 Evening Standard's Best Books of the Year, 2018 Daily Mail's Best Books of the Year, 2018 BBC's Biggest Books, 2018 Prospect's Best Books of the Year, 2018 Politicians are consistently voted the least trusted professional group by the UK public. They've recently become embroiled in scandals concerning sexual harassment and expenses. Every year, they introduce new legislation that doesn't do what it sets out to achieve - often with terrible financial and human costs. But, with some notable exceptions, they are decent, hard-working people, doing a hugely difficult and demanding job. In this searching examination of our political class, award-winning journalist Isabel Hardman tries to square this circle. She lifts the lid on the strange world of Westminster and asks why we end up with representatives with whom we are so unhappy. Filled with forensic analysis and revealing reportage, this landmark and accessible book is a must read for anyone who wants to see a future with better government.

The Natural Health Service

Author : Isabel Hardman
ISBN : 9781786495938
Genre : Medical
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In 2016, Isabel Hardman's mind, in her own words, 'stopped working' as she fell prey to severe depression and anxiety. She took time off on long-term sick leave and despite several relapses has returned to work in much better health. She has since become one of the country's most prominent public voices on mental health issues. She credits her recovery to her passion for exercise, nature and the great outdoors - from horse-riding and botany to cold-water swimming and running. In The Natural Health Service, she will draw on her own personal experience, interviews with mental illness sufferers and psychologists, and the latest research to examine what role wildlife and fresh air can play in helping anyone cope with mental illness. Straight-talking, thoroughly-researched, and compassionate, this important and often funny book will be fascinate anyone touched by a mental health condition, whether themselves or through the experiences of a loved-one.

Little Platoons

Author : David Skelton
ISBN : 9781785905131
Genre : Political Science
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Brexit – a revolutionary moment in British politics. Voters in long-forgotten English towns made their disenchantment clear, overwhelmingly voting to ‘take back control’ from a remote and defective economic system. Despite this decisive message in 2016, the concerns of these forgotten towns have continued to be all but ignored. David Skelton grew up in Consett, a north-eastern town where the steel industry has deep roots. When the steelworks closed almost forty years ago it lost everything, a story echoed in towns across England. Skelton uses Consett’s experience to discuss what has gone wrong and how we can put it right. He considers a broken social contract and the economic and identity liberalism which has neglected the needs of a great bulk of the population. Little Platoons calls for a revival of One Nation to recognise the needs of people in such towns. It argues that a brave Tory Party can shatter decades-old boundaries and redraw the political map by marrying social reform with private enterprise, enhancing community values and allowing long-ignored voters to genuinely take back control.

Essential Public Affairs For Journalists

Author : James Morrison
ISBN : 9780198828037
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Essential Public Affairs for Journalists is the definitive handbook for journalism students looking for a firm foundation in their understanding of central and local government.It guides readers through the constitutional framework and the governing institutions of the United Kingdom before considering the electoral system and the principal political parties. A number of key topics are discussed in turn, including the National Health Service, education, utilities andindustry, and social security. The author examines both how these services operate and how they can generate a wealth of informative stories.End-of-chapter features summarize the key points from each chapter, allowing students to recap on areas that are likely to be examined. "Topical Feature Ideas" support the development of research skills, enabling students to pinpoint the facts they need to write a compelling article.Online ResourcesFurther "Topical Feature Ideas" can be found with the online resources that accompany this book, which also include links to reliable and informative sources.

How Press Propaganda Paved The Way To Brexit

Author : Francis Rawlinson
ISBN : 9783030277659
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The Foundations And Future Of Public Law

Author : Elizabeth Fisher
ISBN : 9780192583901
Genre : Law
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Public law in the UK and EU has undergone seismic changes over the last forty years: development and membership of the EU, the Human Rights Act, devolution, the fostering of public law expertise within the judiciary, the globalization of public law, and the increased interaction between the academy, judiciary, barristers, public interest groups, and legislatures have transformed the public law landscape. Commentators spend much time at the frontiers of the subject, responding rapidly to new developments and providing guidance to scholars, legislators, and judges for future directions. In these circumstances, there is rarely a chance to reflect upon the implications of these changes for the fundamentals of public law and how those fundamentals relate to one another. In this collection, leading figures in UK and EU public law address this lacuna. Inspired by the depth, scope, and ambition of the work of Paul Craig, Professor of English Law at Oxford University, the focus of this collection is upon exploring and reflecting upon six fundamentals of public law and the interrelationship between them: legislation, case law, theory, institutions, process, and constitutions.

House Of Commons Debates Official Report Hansard

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ISBN : OSU:32435076224203
Genre : Canada
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101 Best Ways To Get Ahead

Author : Michael E. Angier
ISBN : 0970417535
Genre : Self-Help
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Readers can get tips on getting ahead from individuals--such as Donald Trump, Oprah Winfrey, and Tiger Woods--who were nominated for the 101 Most Successful and Respected People in the World Today list by SuccessNet.

Getting It Wrong

Author : Paul Romney
ISBN : 0802081053
Genre : Political Science
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This provocative book explains how divergent views of Canada's past have sown dissension between Qu?b?cois and other Canadians, disclosing a lost middle ground between the Canadian nationalist and Qu?bec nationalist visions of Canadian history.

Church And Community

Author : United Church of Christ in the Philippines
ISBN : UOM:39015084445348
Genre : Press
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