31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
From the cover for this I thought it would just be another fun rant against political correctness, nanny statism and everything else that dogs our nation today (no bad thing in my view). But reading it I started to realise that it's actually an extremely impressive piece of research with an astonishing level of detail. I now feel very well-equipped to argue the case against government interference in areas where they simply don't belong. I've read Mr Johnston's Home Front columns for some years now and always enjoyed them, but when extended to book length it not only hits home, it actually leaves you spitting with rage!