1 Funeral of a Maverick 2 The Ugly Voter 3 Nigel Farage 4 A Golden Touch 5 The Rabble Army 6 Green Trouble 7 When Labour Fell for Europe 8 Oops, We Let in a Million! 9 Marching on the Streets 10 Toxic Tories 11 Chasing Celebrity 12 White Riot 13 Boris-mania 14 Shattering the Mould 15 Bloom Gloom
A book that will remain relevant after the General Election for years to come.
Tim Newark is a prolific historian, has written TV scripts and worked as a consultant for among others the BBC, and reviewed for the Telegraph and Financial Times.
'An entertaining romp.' Ian Birrell (David Cameron's speech writer), Observer; '[An] excellent and timely history of the decline of the old party system.' Nick Cohen, Spectator; 'Newark's pacey, racy gossip about political murky doings frequently made me chortle and also cleared up a few mysteries... This book is a treat: a political book which is the antidote to politics, You'll love it.' The Northern Echo; 'Charts the success of protest parties in modern times.' Grimsby Telegraph; 'Amusing, behind-the-scenes insight into why voters are fed up with the main political parties.' Ann Mallalieu Countryside Alliance; 'Brilliant and witty.' Andrew Roberts