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BBC correspondent in Washington, Jon Sopel brings his own insight to the question of what is going on in US politics since the arrival of Trump. He paints an interesting view and is extremely readable.
How did we get to a place where bullshit is not just rife, but apparently so effective that it has become the communications strategy of our times? Written with the generous intelligent and wry humour that admirers of his broadcasting will recognise. Essential reading for anyone involved in communication.
Only 10% of Cabinet ministers in Ireland in almost 100 years have been women. All the living members of this exclusive club ( 19 women ) are interviewed here, from Mary Robinson, Joan Burton and Mary Harney to name but a few. These are personal stories but give us remarkable insights into a changing Ireland.
Feargal covers the story of his own family history and prompts reflections on what it means to kill for a cause, and how to reconcile history and war with moving forward. A thoughtful and powerful read.
From the bestselling author of The Big Short. Michael Lewis shines his spotlight on what happens, or might happen, if those people in power, just decide to ‘not show up’ It’s a fast and riveting read about how constancy in administration needs to actually deliver for the country, and how in this Trump era that may not be happening.