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Cameron's Coup: How the Tories took Britain to the Brink
Cameron's Coup: How the Tories took Britain to the Brink
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4.0 out of 5 stars One who seem completely unmoved by the growing gap between rich and poor or the plight of those of those on the ..., 23 Jan. 2016
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We have a largely right wing media in this country.One who seem completely unmoved by the growing gap between rich and poor or the plight of those of those on the minimum wage or below who are desperately seeking to give their family a decent start in life.A good example is the lack of attention that is currently being paid to the Housing and Planning Bill which will see the slow demise of Local Authority Housing and a housing market which will put the purchase of a home beyond the reach of most on the average wage.Ms Toynbee's book goes a little way to redress the balance,it is full of data which is difficult to deny showing the way in which England in particular is being transformed by ideologists bent on diminishing the size of the state and reducing the support for struggling families.Sadly it will never be a best seller and the deceit will continue.
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Bent Arms & Dodgy Wickets: England's Troubled Reign as Test Match Kings during the Fifties
Bent Arms & Dodgy Wickets: England's Troubled Reign as Test Match Kings during the Fifties
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great value for any cricket lover, 29 Aug. 2013
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Excellent, covering a period often neglected nowadays.
I particularly liked the social context against which the cricket was being played.The gradual decline of the M.C.Cs influence and its failure to arrest a dwindling audience for the game


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