Following his Sunday Times No. 1 bestseller, Littlejohn's Britain, the Daily Mail's most succesful columnist delivers the coup de grace to New Labour, as the nation prepares to vote them out of office. He is not only tough on Brown and the causes of Brown, but devastatingly funny about 'Elf and Safety', 'Yuman Rights', the Surveillance Society and all the bureacratic absurdities that make modern life worse than anything George Orwell ever imagined.
'Littlejohn has been ... a vivid exponent of a great British columnar style that stretches back five centuries or more. He's a distant, bastard cousin of Thomas Nash, Daniel Defoe and Alexander Pope. Cassandra and Bernard Levin might justly buy him a pint in the Chesire Cheese. Like or loathe him, he's the real, talented deal.' Observer
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If you prize free expression, this book is essential reading. I was unable to find fault with a single sentiment (Roger Lewis Daily Telegraph 2010-04-03)
Fizzing with outrage, brilliantly scathing, laugh-out-loud hilarious ( Daily Mail)
Littlejohn returns with a fiercely hilarious collection of pieces on the Brown Years
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Book Description Hutchinson, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 352 pages. 9.49x6.30x1.18 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0091931681