Articles tagged book review:

Britain Alone review – a flawed insight into post-War Britain

  • 14 Aug 2021

Britain Alone by Philip Stephens (Faber & Faber), £18.29 Philip Stephens, the distinguished Financial Times columnist, surveys Britain’s recent history from Suez to Brexit in his new book Britain Alone, an account of the country navigating the post-World War era.  Th...

Review: Greater: Britain After The Storm by Penny Mordaunt and Chris Lewis (Biteback), £20

  • 25 May 2021

It is rare for a serving senior Minister to publish a book while in office, and what a book it is. Before you even reach the first chapter, there is a veritable Becher’s Brook of bedazzling “names” saying how wonderful it is – Boris Johnson, Tony Blair, Elton John, Richard Cur...

Review: Stop Bloody Bossing Me About: How We Need To Stop Being Told What To Do by Quentin Letts

  • 14 May 2021

The words Quentin and Letts strike terror equally into the hearts of Parliamentary performers and members of the theatrical community. In his reviews of political performances and sketches of West End productions, this keen observer of those foolish enough to push themselves c...