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Description An introduction to the key political issues in Britain today and their impact on the electoral and policy process. The author shows how the agenda of debate has evolved from the period of post-war con... more

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AdvantagesGreat recipes from Britain

DisadvantagesNo imperial measurements

...This book is an accompaniment to the BBC series the great British Bake Off which is or was a baking competition hosted by Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins. The book includes 120 mouth-watering recipes. It encompasses the heritage and the recipes from around Britain, including the traditions surrounding the recipes. The book is published by the Penguin Group and was first published in 2010...

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Excellent

AdvantagesBeautifully maintained and a tells a story of British resolve

DisadvantagesFar too many people died here

...The British Residency, Lucknow, India Today Lucknow is the capital city of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India and is apparently the world?s 4th fastest growing city. Historically it has always been a city of culture and has had a number of different rulers over the centuries. In 1856 British East India Company took it upon themselves to take over control of the city and the Awadh and this later...

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Excellent

AdvantagesBill Bailey & Dylan Moran at their best

DisadvantagesThat not more people have watched it.

...Originally shown on Channel 4 in 2000, Black Books had me in hysterics from the start. The comedy is dark and unmistakably British, which is what makes it such a fantastic programme. Written by Graham Lineham (creator of Father Ted) with Dylan Moran (who stars in the programme), this is in my opinion one of the greatest comedies (but seriously under-rated) ever made. I think either you'll love...

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