Iain Dale And Sir Vernon Bogdanor: The People Who Make Politics

Temple Methodist Church, 1 Pebble Lane, Budleigh Salterton, EX9 6NN
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Politics is all about personalities, and British political history is no stranger to their impact. Some election results are inevitable and some take even the pollsters by surprise. Some have changed the world. Two experts share the ever-changing landscape. The commentator and LBC presenter Iain Dale talks with the writer and Research Professor at King’s College and Gresham Professor ofLaw, whose latest book looks at six politicians who changed the course of all our lives.

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Iain Dale And Sir Vernon Bogdanor: The People Who Make Politics (21 Sept 2024)
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