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Free For All

Gavin Francis

An urgent call-to-arms in defence of our NHS

Invisible Lines

Maxim Samson

A geographer's exploration of the world's unseen boundaries – the divisions we make, find or feel

We Could Have Been Friends, My Father and I

Raja Shehadeh

A subtle psychological portrait of the author's relationship with his father during the twentieth-century battle for Palestinian human rights

The Invention of Essex

Tim Burrows

The secret history of England's most notorious county


Simon Kuper

Power. Privilege. Parties. It's a very small world at the top.


Henry Dimbleby

The food system no longer serves us: it's killing us. Here's why we should be hungry for change

How to Invest

Peter Stanyer

A new guide to personal investment for the era of cryptocurrencies and personal trading platforms

Liberalism and Its Discontents

Francis Fukuyama

A defence of liberalism by renowned political philosopher Francis Fukuyama


Vicky Spratt

The urgent story of this country's biggest crisis, told through the lives of those it most affects

Geography Is Destiny

Ian Morris

The story of Britain, from its first moments as an island to its possible future

Butler to the World

Oliver Bullough

Sunday Times bestselling author Oliver Bullough reveals the scandalous reality of Britain's new position in the world

The World in Conflict

John Andrews

The complete guide to the causes and current status of global hostilities

The Medal Factory

Kenny Pryde

The full story of the most successful organisation in the history of sport

A Home of One's Own

Hashi Mohamed

As cities expand and rents rise, what does it really mean to have a home?

Confronting Leviathan

David Runciman

A primer on political theory from bestselling author and host of Talking Politics David Runciman

The Digital Silk Road

Jonathan E. Hillman

An expert on China's growing digital empire provides an urgent look at the battle to connect and control tomorrow's networks

All In It Together

Alwyn Turner

A biting and original history which places culture front and centre to explain how our country went to pieces


Dimitris Xygalatas

A radical anthropologist takes readers on a journey through the shadow-side of human civilisation

Mountain Tales

Saumya Roy

A city struggling with the cost of its appetites. A rubbish mountain eighteen stories high. And the people who call it home.

Speaking and Being

Kübra Gümüsay

What happens when our language is no longer fit for purpose, and how we can change the discourse

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