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I can't believe you just said that
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Passive aggression. Road rage. Snarky tweets. Queue-jumpers. Idiots who are #justsaying. Fat shamers. Victim blaming. Furious waitresses who refuse to...
Why the Dutch are different
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*A SCOTSMAN TRAVEL BOOK OF THE YEAR* Stranded at Schiphol airport, Ben Coates called up a friendly Dutch girl he'd met some months earlier. He stayed ...

The descent of man
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'A breeze of a read, makes you see our male-manufactured world a little differently' Matt Haig'GRAYSON PERRY FOR KING AND QUEEN OF ENGLAND. Imagine h...
Sorry I'm late, I didn't want to come
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'Funny, emotional and deeply inspiring, this is perfect for anyone wanting to break out of their comfort zone' HeatWhat would happen if a shy introver...

Inequality and the 1%
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Since the great recession hit in 2008, the 1% has only grown richer while the rest find life increasingly tough. The gap between the haves and the hav...
Swiss watching
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A FINANCIAL TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAROne country, four languages, 26 cantons, and 7.5 million people (but only 80% of them Swiss): there's nowhere else i...

Roads, runways and resistance
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From the anti-roads protests of the 1990s to HS2 and Extinction Rebellion, conflict and protest have shaped the politics of transport. In 1989, Margar...
Stitched up
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*Shortlisted for the Bread and Roses Prize, 2015* *Winner of the ICA Bookshop Book of the Year 2014* Stitched Up delves into the alluring world of ...

Who killed my father
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Who Killed My Father is the story of a tough guy - the story of the little boy I never was. The story of my father.'What a beautiful book' MAX PORTERI...
Clear bright future
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'Thrilling, brilliant, radical ... an admirable defence of humans against machines' GuardianA passionate defence of humanity and a work of radical opt...

The violence of austerity
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Austerity, a response to the aftermath of the financial crisis, continues to devastate contemporary Britain. In The Violence of Austerity, Vickie Coo...
This is London
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This is London in the eyes of its beggars, bankers, coppers, gangsters, carers, witch-doctors and sex workers. This is London in the voices of Arabs, ...

Saving the sacred sea
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Civil society is a loaded concept in Russia; during the Soviet period, the voices that heralded civil society were the same ones that demanded the U...
No logo
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'No Logo' was a book that defined a generation when it was first published in 1999. For its 10th anniversay Naomi Klein has updated this iconic book.B...

Things can only get worse?
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'…as the Labour candidate I prepared for every possible question on the local radio Election Phone-In. What I had not prepared for was my mum ringin...
The end of faith
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This important and timely book delivers a startling analysis of the clash of faith and reason in today's world. Sam Harris offers a vivid historical t...

What dementia teaches us about love
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A SUNDAY TIMES, NEW STATESMAN AND FINANCIAL TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR'Immensely powerful . . . her investigation of this terrible illness is sensitive an...
Economic gangsters
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Meet the economic gangster. He's the United Nations diplomat who double-parks his Mercedes on New York City streets at rush hour because the cops can'...

The clash of civilizations and the remaking of world order
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In 1993 the esteemed journal FOREIGN AFFAIRS published an article entitled The Clash of Civilizations? by Samuel P. Huntington. According to the jou...
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Once upon a time, the world was neatly divided into prosperous and backward economies. Babies were plentiful, workers outnumbered retirees and people ...

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