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BoFdate 2007 By The BoF
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BoFdate 2007 brings you the best of the angry political and cultural ramblings from batofury.co.uk. From Robert Mugabe's facebook page to Gordon Brown's potty mouth, BoFdate 2007 reminds you of all... More > the things from 2007 you want to forget.< Less
Health Warning: Government! By Mike Sivier
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Always irreverent, often scathing, Vox Political has been commenting on the UK political scene since late 2011. Health Warning: Government! collects the best articles of early 2013 into a handy... More > volume, providing guidance and insight into the facts behind the rhetoric - in a way that everyone can understand.< Less
Health Warning: Government! By Mike Sivier
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Always irreverent, often scathing, Vox Political has been commenting on the UK political scene since late 2011. Health Warning: Government! collects the best articles of early 2013 into a handy... More > volume, providing guidance and insight into the facts behind the rhetoric - in a way that everyone can understand.< Less
Vox Political: Strong Words and Hard Times By Mike Sivier
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Always irreverent, often scathing, Vox Political has been commenting on the UK political scene since late 2011. Strong Words and Hard Times collects the best articles of 2012 into a handy volume,... More > providing guidance and insight into the facts behind the rhetoric - in a way that everyone can understand.< Less
Vox Political: Strong Words and Hard Times By Mike Sivier
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Always irreverent, often scathing, Vox Political has been commenting on the UK political scene since late 2011. Strong Words and Hard Times collects the best articles of 2012 into a handy volume,... More > providing guidance and insight into the facts behind the rhetoric - in a way that everyone can understand.< Less
The Livingstone Presumption By Mike Sivier
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Vox Political's Mike Sivier examines the evidence in this dissection of Labour's anti-Semitism row - and comes to a shocking conclusion.
The Livingstone Presumption By Mike Sivier
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Vox Political's Mike Sivier examines the evidence in this dissection of Labour's anti-Semitism row - and comes to a shocking conclusion.
Mr. Blot By Dandi Palmer
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Every time you have to fill in a form, Mr. Blot the teapot is there to make sure you do it right. It is possible to view this and other picture books at www.dandi.me.uk
This is the world that we live in By Sylvia Arthur et al.
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What do international development, John Cage, contemporary religion and the cult of Lady GaGa have in common? They’ve all been featured in the pages of Lucid Magazine. Since its inception in... More > March 2008, the editors of lucidmagazine.co.uk have dissected, debated and deliberated over the most pressing – and sometimes most trivial – cultural issues of the day, from the serious to the surreal. From politics and current affairs to the arts and ideas, no subject has gone unstudied. With insightful commentary and in-depth analysis, Lucid has proven to be the home of intelligent new journalism on the net. Now, collected in this anthology, is a year’s worth of writings spanning world affairs, travel, modern London, popular culture and opinion. Dive in and be enlightened, inspired and entertained. Or simply become immersed in the multiple contradictions of the world that we live in. All proceeds go to Afrikids: www.afrikids.org< Less
This is the world that we live in By Sylvia Arthur et al.
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What do international development, John Cage, contemporary religion and the cult of Lady GaGa have in common? They’ve all been featured in the pages of Lucid Magazine. Since its inception in... More > March 2008, the editors of lucidmagazine.co.uk have dissected, debated and deliberated over the most pressing – and sometimes most trivial – cultural issues of the day, from the serious to the surreal. From politics and current affairs to the arts and ideas, no subject has gone unstudied. With insightful commentary and in-depth analysis, Lucid has proven to be the home of intelligent new journalism on the net. Now, collected in this anthology, is a year’s worth of writings spanning world affairs, travel, modern London, popular culture and opinion. Dive in and be enlightened, inspired and entertained. Or simply become immersed in the multiple contradictions of the world that we live in. All proceeds go to Afrikids: www.afrikids.org< Less