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'A fun history of political dishonesty' The Times In a history full of wit and acumen, Private Eye journalist Adam Macqueen dissects the gripping stories of the biggest political lies of the last half-century, from the cover-up of Churchill's stroke to Iraq's WMDs to Theresa May's announcement that she wouldn't be calling a snap election. Also covering a selection of Donald Trump's litany of untruths, other infamous lies from foreign shores, and lesser known British whoppers, this is the quintessential guide to dishonesty from our leaders.
|Publication date:||7th June 2018|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Political corruption, Social & cultural history,|
Adam Macqueen has been reporting for Private Eye since the early days of Tony Blair's government. He covered the epic phonehacking trial of Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson for the magazine, and writes the regular 'Number Crunching' and 'Focus on Fact' features. His books include The Prime Minister's Ironing Board and Other State Secrets (2013) and the Sunday Times top ten bestseller Private Eye: The First 50 Years, an A-Z(2011). He lives in Hastings with his husband, the painter Michael Tierney.More About Adam Macqueen