Book awards: Paddy Power And Total Politics Political Book Award Shortlist

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Works (43)

Arguing for Independence: Evidence, Risk and the Wicked Issues (Viewpoints) by Stephen MaxwellPolemic, 2012
Ban This Filth!: Letters from the Mary Whitehouse Archive by Ben ThompsonPolitical Humour/Satire, 2012
Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right by Daniel TrillingDebut, 2012
Britain for Sale by Alex BrummerPolemic, 2012
Defending politics : why democracy matters in the twenty-first century by Matthew V. FlindersPolemic, 2012
Drugs Without the Hot Air by David NuttPolemic, 2012
The End of Politics: And the Birth of IDemocracy by Douglas CarswellPolemic, 2012
Events, Dear Boy, Events: A Political Diary of Britain from Woolf to Campbell by RUTH WINSTONEBiography, 2012
Gang of One by Gary MulgrewInternational Affairs, 2012
The Geek Manifesto: Why Science Matters by Mark HendersonPolemic, 2012
The Geneva Trap by Stella RimingtonPolitical Fiction, 2012
Half a Wife: The Working Family's Guide to Getting a Life Back by Gaby HinsliffDebut, 2012
House of Fun: 20 Glorious Years in Parliament by Simon HoggartPolitical Humour/Satire, 2012
Is China Buying the World by Peter NolanInternational Affairs, 2012
A Kick Against the Pricks: The Autobiography by David NorrisBiography, 2012
Last Man Standing: Memoirs of a Political Survivor by Jack StrawBiography, 2012
The Liberal Unionist Party: A History (International Library of Political Studies) by Ian CawoodPolitical History, 2012
Mullahs Without Mercy: Human Rights and Nuclear Weapons by Geoffrey RobertsonInternational Affairs, 2012
Nancy: The Story of Lady Astor by Adrian FortBiography, 2012
The New Few by Ferdinand MountPolemic, 2012
No Worse Enemy: The Inside Story of the Chaotic Struggle for Afghanistan by Ben AndersonInternational Affairs, 2012
Nuclear Iran: The Birth of an Atomic State by David PatrikarakosInternational Affairs, 2012
On the Front Line: The Collected Journalism of Marie Colvin by Marie ColvinInternational Affairs, 2012
Pawn's Gambit by Harry ArmstrongPolitical Fiction, 2012
Real Britannia: A Partial, Proud History of the Glory and the Spin by Colin BrownPolitical History, 2012
Revolution 2.0: The Power of the People Is Greater Than the People in Power: A Memoir by Wael GhonimDebut, 2012
The Road Not Taken: Revolutionary Moments in British History by Frank McLynnPolitical History, 2012
Robert Oppenheimer: Inside the Centre by Ray MonkBiography, 2012
A Sentimental Traitor by Michael DobbsPolitical Fiction, 2012
Skagboys by Irvine WelshPolitical Fiction, 2012
The Spanish Ambassador's Suitcase by Matthew ParrisPolitical Humour/Satire, 2012
The Strongman: Vladimir Putin and the Struggle for Russia by Angus RoxburghInternational Affairs, 2012
Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwanPolitical Fiction, 2012
Tiger Head, Snake Tails: China Today, How It Got There, and Where It Is Heading by Jonathan FenbyInternational Affairs, 2012
The Young Atheist's Handbook: Lessons for Living a Good Life without God by Alom ShahaDebut, 2012
The Burden of Power: Countdown to Iraq - The Alastair Campbell Diaries by Alastair CampbellPolitical book of the year, 2013
Education, education, education : reforming England's schools by Andrew AdonisPolitical book of the year, 2013
Ever the Diplomat by Sherard Cowper-ColesPolitical book of the year, 2013
Everybody Matters by Mary RobinsonPolitical book of the year, 2013
A History of the World by Andrew MarrPolitical History, 2013
Live From Downing Street by Nick RobinsonPolitical book of the year, 2013
Politics of Coalition: How the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Government Works by Robert HazellPolitical book of the year, 2013
Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity and Poverty by Daron AcemogluPolitical book of the year, 2013

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