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By Kerron Cross

ISBN-10: 1502728370

ISBN-13: 9781502728371

A funny booklet taking a look at the topic of British politics – from lifestyles in Parliament, to lifestyles in neighborhood executive, to getting elected/selected your self – from the perspective of somebody who has labored at each point within the political procedure and has lived to inform the tale!

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