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Book review: Total Politics Guide to the 2010 General Election

One of the first publications from Iain Dale’s new Biteback publishing imprint dedicated to political books, The Total Politics Guide to the 2010 General Election (Eds, Greg Callus and Iain Dale) weighs in at just under 300 pages divided into two (unequal) sections: the first is a series of 14 articles examining different aspects of the coming election; the second non-half comprises over 200 pages of regional and constuency profiles. As you might guess, this is a for-geeks-only book. But, then, if you’re reading this review that label probably applies.

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  • User AvatarGeorge Kendall 31st May - 10:47am
    @Joseph Bourke I agree with a lot of what you say above. I've often read of the "productivity puzzle" of the UK. Do you have...
  • User AvatarPeter Martin 31st May - 10:33am
    @ Anthony Watts, the EU thinks we should: "...Pursue fiscal policies aimed at achieving....prudent medium-term fiscal positions and ensuring debt sustainability.... while enhancing investment etc...
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    "In some ways the English layer of the Lib Dems is there because we are a Federal Party with the Party in Scotland and Wales...
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    @ Michael BG, I had thought of suggesting that anyone who was short of friends should join a political party! But, I've probably had a...
  • User AvatarKatharine Pindar 31st May - 9:52am
    Thanks, Antony, that's very helpful, to learn of the EU's comprehensive suggestions for our industrial and economic strategy. There seems much to agree on in...
  • User AvatarGeorge Kendall 31st May - 9:47am
    @John Marriott Glad we are agreeing on a lot. As far as I know, the NHS are already doing as you suggest, including trying out...