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Book review: Lost in translation

Common Ground: A Political Life, Justin Trudeau, Oneworld, 2017, £16.99

Throughout an eventful 2016, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau was progressives’ most convincing piece of evidence that liberal internationalism wasn’t dead yet. The UK opted to march out of the European...

Book review: Labour's great betrayal

Brexit: What the Hell Happens Now?, Ian Dunt, Canbury Press, 2016, £7.99
Two months ago Theresa May called a snap general election to secure a personal mandate for Brexit. May then proceeded, during the campaign, to refuse any meaningful discussion of...

Book review: A sense of solidarity

Harriet Harman’s autobiography gives an insight into a sisterhood that has supported many and changed Britain for the better, writes Alison McGovern
Ask any woman who has been senior in the Labour party in recent times – and many who were...

Review: What's next?

What's Next? Britain's future in EuropePeter Wilding (IB Tauris, September 2016)The back cover of Peter Wilding’s new book, What’s Next? sets an ambitious goal: to ‘spell out a bold new vision for British foreign relations.’ Many of the book’s core...

Book review: Called to account

Called to Account: How Corporate Bad Behaviour and Government Waste Combine to Cost Us Millions                                                  ...

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